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Thursday July 31, 2014

13:16 UPEI acting on athletics review »The Guardian - Sports
UPEI has developed a timeline to address recommendations from an independent review of its athletics and recreation department. “I have always said my priority would be to spend time with faculty, staff, students, and members of the P.E.I. community to realize key issues of importance from ...
12:05 East Prince Chapter of MADD promoting boat safety »Journal-Pioneer Local
SUMMERSIDE —The East Prince Chapter of MADD and the Canadian Safe Boating Council are teaming up to promote boat safety.
12:04 Balmas among under-17 prospects learning what it takes to play for Canada »The Guardian - Sports
CALGARY – It didn't take long for "the Canadian way'' to become a mantra at Hockey Canada's massive under-17 men's hockey camp. The slogan is on the back of every red T-shirt worn by the 108 players circulating through the Markin MacPhail Centre on Calgary's west side. The phrase is drilled ...
11:58 P.E.I. Youth Selects top New Brunswick counterparts »Journal-Pioneer Sports
DIEPPE, N.B. – The P.E.I. Youth Selects are looking to keep building momentum going into next week’s Canada Cup 18-under baseball championship.
11:17 Today is The Day To Become the Person you Dreamed You Would Be »Doug Hall's Innovation Engineering Leadership blog
Yesterday on the banks of the Saint John River, my Cousin Deb inspired the following blog post.  Enjoy… Inside everyone is a little voice.  A voice that speaks solutions to the problems of life.  As youth we embrace the voice.  As new employees we listen to the voice.  However – we soon learn the cultural [Read the full post...]
10:49 Firearm story shows bias »The Guardian - Opinion
Editor: Regarding “Restricted. prohibited guns could be carried on P.E.I. warns official” (The Guardian, July 26, 2014). It is my opinion, and that of many others, that from start to finish the article shows complete bias against the ownership and use of firearms and blatant disregard for ...
10:34 Peewee A Royals top Chevys 9-3 »Journal-Pioneer Sports
CHARLOTTETOWN – Ethan Bethell drove in two runs to lead the Charlottetown Royals to a 9-3 victory over the Summerside Chevys in a P.E.I. Peewee A Baseball League match here at Central Field on Wednesday.
10:31 Longing for Johnny Belinda »The Guardian - Opinion
Editor: Please bring back the stage play Johnny Belinda. It was my favorite production ever presented on the Confederation Centre of the Arts theatre stage.Maybe others would like to see it too? H. Shirley Horne,Charlottetown
10:31 Kensington pitchers combine on one-hitter »Journal-Pioneer Sports
KENSINGTON – Chandler Marshall, Bryson McEwen-Roberts and Matthew Clark combined to toss a one-hitter for Kensington in recent P.E.I. Mosquito AA Baseball League play.
10:13 Hillsborough team gets by Storm »Journal-Pioneer Sports
ROSEBANK – Hillsborough United pulled out a 3-2 win over the host West Prince Storm in a Subway P.E.I. Under-14 Girls Soccer League (Premier Division) game here at the Westisle Composite High School pitch on Wednesday.
10:03 Howatt’s two goals key Royals’ win »Journal-Pioneer Sports
HUNTER RIVER – Devon Howatt’s two goals sparked the Winsloe/Charlottetown Royals to a 4-3 road win over the Central Queens Clippers in Subway P.E.I. Under-12 Boys Soccer League (Premier Division) action here recently.
09:53 Nicholson, Arsenault lead Clippers »Journal-Pioneer Sports
HUNTER RIVER – Alyssa Nicholson and Sarah Arsenault each scored a goal and shared the shutout for the Central Queens Clippers in a 3-0 win over the Eastern Eagles.
09:52 Break & Enter - Residence »Charlottetown Police Police Reports
On Thursday, July 31st Charlottetown Police Services responded to an alarm sounding at a residence on Belfast Street. Upon arrival police found a cut window screen and entry had been gained. CPS Identification Section attended the scene along with the RCMP Police Dog Services. The matter remains under investigation. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Charlottetown Police Services at 629-4172 or Crime Stoppers 1-800-222-8477.
09:49 Buchanan, Sands net hat tricks »Journal-Pioneer Sports
CORNWALL – Becky Buchanan and Emily Sands each scored hat tricks in leading the Eliot River Ramblers to a 7-0 triumph over the Winsloe/Charlottetown Royals on Wednesday.
09:45 Indecent Act »Charlottetown Police Police Reports
On Wednesday, July 30th 2014 Charlottetown Police Services responded to the area of 145 Richmond Street after receiving a report of a male masturbating. The male was gone from the area upon police arrival. The matter remains under investigation. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Charlottetown Police Services at 629-4172 or Crime Stoppers 1-800-222-8477.
09:40 Arsenault records shutout for RC United »Journal-Pioneer Sports
CHARLOTTETOWN – Adele Arsenault recorded the shutout as RC United defeated the Winsloe/Charlottetown Royals 4-0.
09:30 Missing Dog - Siberian Husky »Charlottetown Police Police Reports
On Wednesday, July 30th 2014 Charlottetown Police Services received a report of a missing dog. The dog was last seen on the deck of 322 A Queen Street attached to a leash. The missing dog is a white, two year old Siberian husky named Mia. Anyone with information is asked to call Charlottetown Police at 629-4172.
09:05 30 Day Vegan Workshop Review + More Oh She Glows »Life on a Canadian Island
09:05 American Goldfinch in our Garden & Vintage Bird Guides »Life on a Canadian Island
09:05 Avonlea ~ The Village of Anne of Green Gables »Life on a Canadian Island
09:05 Brave Writer Arrow Selections :: Book Sharing Monday »Life on a Canadian Island
09:05 Chelton Beach Provincial Park & Delicious Scapes Take Out! »Life on a Canadian Island
09:05 Going Up! Elisa Otis's Trip to the Top :: Book Sharing Monday »Life on a Canadian Island
09:05 Great Blue Heron along Wrights Creek Nature Trail »Life on a Canadian Island
09:05 Historical Fashion Sticker Books :: Book Sharing Monday »Life on a Canadian Island
09:05 Journey North Mystery Class 2014 Results! »Life on a Canadian Island
09:05 Kaleidoscope 2014 Festival :: Balderston's Farm Tulips ~ Sand & Sky Creations »Life on a Canadian Island
09:05 Oliver Jeffers Books :: Book Sharing Monday »Life on a Canadian Island
09:05 Sailing on the Confederation, Northumberland Ferry »Life on a Canadian Island
09:05 Summerside: Samuel's Coffee House & Spinnakers' Landing »Life on a Canadian Island
09:05 Weeks 23, 24, 25 ~ Documented Life Project »Life on a Canadian Island
09:05 Documented Life Project ~ Weeks 27, 28, 29 »Life on a Canadian Island
09:05 It's a sad state of affairs ............... (91 Words) » | New Topics
....... when it takes a visiting teacher to bring up a subject, and explain it well, that should have been obvious to any conscientious educator. That's the harmful effects of the current practice of 'social promotion' - the passing of students into the next grade who haven't mastered the current grade's skills.

He gave a great interview on the CBC morning show today. Catch it if you can. ... -1.2723499

Where are our Island teachers on this?

09:05 Place Shakers @ John Brown's Grille - Fri, Aug.1 (63 Words) » | New Topics
The Place Shakers are back at the John Brown Richmond Street Grille this Friday. Want an excuse to get that special person in your life up on the dance floor with you? Drop by John Brown's around 10:30-11:00 on Friday.

(you can't see the drummer in this pic, but you can see his wife's amazing artwork above his head)...
08:59 Daily Specials for Thursday, July 31, 2014 »Casa Mia Daily Specials

The Daily Specials at Casa Mia Restaurant for Thursday, July 31, 2014 are:

  • 4 Cheese Sandwich with Black Forest Ham on Foccacia with Herb Aeoli and a side Black Bean Salad, $10.99
  • Cream of Mixed Vegetable Soup, $4.99

Casa Mia Restaurant
131 Queen Street
Charlottetown, PE
Telephone: (902) 367-4440

08:58 Prince County lobster fishermen not interested in stacking lobster licences »The Guardian - Local News
DFO implementing lobster licence buyout in LFAs 24 and 26A but policy change too late for LFA 25 fall season
08:39 Little horse, big job »Journal-Pioneer Local
Summerset Manor caring for two miniature horses for the summer
08:00 Noel Ayangma's failed legal attempts cost him over $30,000 »The Guardian - Local News
Ayangma to pay after failing to have human rights cases reviewed
08:00 Noel Ayangma's failed legal attempts cost him over $30,000 »Journal-Pioneer Local
Ayangma to pay after failing to have human rights cases reviewed
07:32 Coming out in rural Prince Edward Island »The Guardian - Local News
Gay students learn to have thick skin in high school from teasing and violence directed at them for their sexuality
07:32 Coming out in rural Prince Edward Island »Journal-Pioneer Local
Gay students learn to have thick skin in high school from teasing and violence directed at them for their sexuality
07:02 Charlottetown wish list tops $33 million for Build Canada »The Guardian - Local News
Province asks capital to submit its top five list for work under the Build Canada program
01:37 Summerside native to officiate at Under-20 Women’s World Cup »The Guardian - Sports
Carol Anne Chénard was refereeing a Friday night oldtimers men’s soccer game when someone noticed the teenager had something special. They wrote the Ontario Soccer Association and told them to come watch her officiate a game. The assessors agreed and before long Chénard was being booked for ...
01:35 Frill Seeker breaks trot mark again at Summerside Raceway »The Guardian - Sports
SUMMERSIDE – Frill Seeker did it again Wednesday night.The six-year-old bay gelding set his second track record for aged trotters in the month of July at Red Shores at Summerside Raceway.After establishing a new mark of 1:59.2 during the recent Lobster Festival harness racing meet, Frill Seeker ...
01:33 Baseball Islanders look to end losing ways tonight in Moncton »The Guardian - Sports
The Charlottetown Gaudet’s Auto Body Islanders look to snap a seven-game losing streak tonight in Moncton.The Islanders (10-15) play the Hub City Brewers (8-15) at 7:30 p.m.Charlottetown’s last win came July 8 against the Brewers and they are 3-0 against Hub City this season. The game was ...
01:31 Athletics, Chevies tied when rain falls on KCBL game »The Guardian - Sports
The P.E.I. Brewing Company Athletics and Morell Chevies were tied 7-7 Wednesday when the Kings County Baseball League game was called after six innings due to rain. Josh Kirpatrick was the Athletics’ starter with relief from Dylan Beck while Troy Coffin started for the Chevies with relief from ...
00:22 Former Panthers heading to Indiana »The Guardian - Sports
Fraser signs with ECHL's Evansville IceMen
00:18 Kids need direction, so P.E.I. dad fights his addiction to help »The Guardian - Local News
Allan Livingston has been successfully battling addiction for years and seeing how that has helped his children, he worries for others on the same journey. He wants Island youth to get direction, to have hope and have support. “Direction means a lot in today’s society,” he said. Livingston said ...
00:00 Province releases June tourism indicator report »Government of Prince Edward top news stories
Figures released today by the province show continued strength in several key areas including overnight stays and air traffic, says Minister of Tourism and Culture Robert Henderson.'We continue to be very encouraged by the numbers we're seeing so far for the 2014 tourism season,' said Minister Henderson. 'They give us reason to be optimistic about our ability to meet our goals for growth this year. But these are still early numbers, and the picture...

Wednesday July 30, 2014

23:23 Protest highlights sex change challenges on P.E.I. »The Guardian - Local News
Changing sex is a difficult journey, a protest gathering in Charlottetown heard Wednesday. From the look on the faces of tourists and residents passing by, it appears difficult on many levels. The event was organized by Jennifer McCreath of Newfoundland to coincide with Pride Week on P.E.I. ...


22:00 Berry Picking »justpictureit
photo - Berry Picking

I had fun picking strawberries with my littles. My grandson's shirt is in reference to 2014 celebrations in the province because the meetings to discuss the building of Canada were held here on the island. The red on the shirt is a part maple leaf, not a strawberry.

21:31 Frill Seeker sets another track record »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Fastest trotter in history of Summerside Raceway
21:31 UPDATED: Frill Seeker sets another track record »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Fastest aged trotter in history of Summerside Raceway
20:35 Charlottetown Unveils Community Gardens as Part of PEI 2014 Legacy Project »City of Charlottetown
2014-07-30 Seven new community gardens are being unveiled in Charlottetown this summer as
20:34 Camp Triumph kayakers safe after rescue effort »The Guardian - Local News
Coast Guard criticized for slow response
19:44 Safety concern prompts recall of thousands of bike and skateboard helmets »The Guardian - Local News
Health Canada says thousands of bike and skateboard helmets are being voluntarily recalled due to a potential safety hazard.It says FGL Sports Ltd. is recalling its helmets sold under the Capix Evo and Capix Jr Evo brands as a precautionary measure due to a manufacturing defect that may cause ...
19:32 Trinity Bradshaw ecstatic to be opening for Shania Twain »The Guardian - Local News
Summerside singer/songwriter part of 2014 Founders Week concert
19:00 We Are The Best at Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 7:00 »Tonight at City Cinema
Only 4 days left to see this film.

Rated: 14 Accompaniment (Coarse Language)
Runs: 100 minutes
Director: Lukas Moodysson
Country: Sweden
Released: 2013
Starring: Liv LeMoyne, Mads Korsgaard, Mira Grosin
Language: In Swedish with English subtitles
Awards: Winner, Tokyo Grand Prize,Tokyo International Film Festival;
Audience Award Winner, Reykjavik International Film Festival

“Swedish preteens Bobo and Klara are ready to launch their punk music careers. All they need to do is learn how to play their instruments and convert schoolmate Hedvig, a nerdy classical guitar player, from Christian to punk. Of course, no one at school appreciates their efforts, and neither does Hedvig's mom, especially after the girls give their long-tressed friend a very short haircut. The films is as much about preteen mentality - that paradoxical tendency to be hilariously overconfident and hopelessly insecure at the same time - as it is about creative aspirations. Director Moodysson has an unerring eye and ear for the early 80s - the adults, including some hippie parents, are as well rendered as the kids. It helps that he's working with three charismatic young actors. Sly, fun and irresistible.” - Susan G. Cole, Now Magazine

Advance Tickets ~ IMDB on Film ~

18:48 Hardy, Ellsworth hoping to stay on top of the softball world »Journal-Pioneer Sports
ALBERTON -- Island ball players Mitch Hardy and Jeff Ellsworth have a lot on their plate over the next two weeks as they attempt to help their Ontario club team retain world and national championship titles.
18:19 Summerside's Trinity Bradshaw set to open for Shania Twain »Journal-Pioneer Local
EDMONTON, Alta. —The news was music to Trinity Bradshaw’s ears.
17:49 Irish Heritage Festival starts Thursday »Journal-Pioneer Local
TIGNISH -- A common ball tournament will start and end this year’s Irish Heritage Festival of P.E.I. The tournament will be played on the Tignish ball fields starting Thursday at 6 p.m. and concluding Sunday with the championship game on Hogan Field.
17:46 No stacking plans in LFA 25 »Journal-Pioneer Local
ALBERTON -- The president of the Prince County Fishermen’s Association has no expectations that his membership will reopen discussion on stacking of lobster licenses now that the Department of Fisheries and Oceans has given the green light for stacking in LFA 26A at the eastern end of the ...
17:37 Showers spreading across PEI this evening.. »peistormchaser
Wednesday July 30th 5:30pm  A stationary trough pf low pressure remains oriented NE-SW over the Maritimes, meanwhile an area of rain currently over the Bay of Fundy is moving northward and should cross the island this evening. The trough of … Continue reading
16:33 Alberton museum’s new genealogy centre honours founder »Journal-Pioneer Local
ALBERTON -- The museum that Eileen Oulton started in Alberton continues to grow nearly 36 years after its founder’s death.
16:16 Random Road Checks - 36 Tickets Issued »Charlottetown Police Police Reports
Charlottetown Police Services, and personnel from PEI Highway Safety, conducted random road checks this morning within the municipality. These checks resulted in the issuance of 36 tickets under the Highway Traffic Act. One of the vehicles was towed for no insurance and another commercial vehicle was removed from service for multiple infractions including the operator being suspended. Charlottetown Police Services will be continuing random traffic checks in an effort to make Island roads safer.
16:13 MacBeath sparks Northside past Bedeque »Journal-Pioneer Sports
MORELL – Brodie MacBeath had a big game offensively to lead Northside to a 10-9 win over the Bedeque Blue Jackets in recent P.E.I. Midget Baseball League play.
16:10 ‘2014 Minutes of Story and Song’ being staged in Miltonvale Park »Journal-Pioneer Living
MILTONVALE PARK —Milton Community Hall will be the site of the latest performance of “2014 Minutes of Story and Song.”
16:08 North Rustico Country Music Festival goes this weekend »Journal-Pioneer Living
NORTH RUSTICO —North Rustico is going country this weekend.
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16:05 Water ban (26 Words) » | New Topics
It's soon time for the City of Charlottetown to issue a ban on watering lawns and driveways. I've see 2-3 neighbors watering their lawns this week!...
15:45 P.E.I.’s finest fiddles firing up Emerald ceilidh »Journal-Pioneer Living
Courtney Hogan and Richard Wood take the stage with Gordon Belsher
15:33 Big weekend of midget baseball »Journal-Pioneer Sports
SABA hosting 10-team tournament in Summerside and Freetown
15:30 Rough weekend for local riders in Canadian Superbike National Championship Series »Journal-Pioneer Sports
SHUBENACADIE, N.S. – Two Summerside riders were back on the track at Atlantic Motorsport Park last weekend.
15:19 Bantam AAA hockey team seeking coach »Journal-Pioneer Sports
O’LEARY – The board of the Prince County Warriors’ bantam AAA hockey team is seeking a coach for the 2014-15 season.
14:59 Man attacked while camping at Tracadie Beach Sunday released from hospital »The Guardian - Local News
Police report that they have received some tips from the public, but none that have assisted in identifying the suspect or his counterparts.


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