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Tuesday September 1, 2015

14:00 Charlottetown man caught with two methamphetamine pills gets probation »The Guardian - Local News
Sentence has been suspended in the case of a 25-year-old Charlottetown man who pleaded guilty Thursday in provincial court to possession of methamphetamine. Mark George MacMillan was found to be in possession of two methamphetamine pills when he was arrested by police on another matter. Chief ...
13:48 Ford victorious at Oyster Bed Speedway »The Guardian - Sports
Duskey, MacEachern given black flag
13:37 UPEI Student Union takes part in national “Get Out The Vote” campaign »Journal-Pioneer Local
UPEI students are being encouraged to exercise their right to vote.
13:00 Maritime Electric files $30-million capital budget plan to IRAC »The Guardian - Local News
Maritime Electric’s plans for 2016 includes a $30-million capital budget. The utility has filed its capital budget with the Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission. “It’s a very key part of our business,’’ said Kim Griffin, manager of corporation communications for Maritime Electric. “We file ...
12:56 NATIONAL AFFAIRS: Political foresight - or folly? »Journal-Pioneer Opinion
By embracing deficit financing as the modus operandi of a Liberal federal government Justin Trudeau has taken his biggest gamble to date.
12:55 Where Is The Stephen Harper 2007 Canadians With Disabilities Act? »NJN Network
Will either NDP Tom Mulcair NDP or Liberal Justin Trudeau restore justice for Canadians with disabilities keeping Stephen Harper's failed promise?
12:42 Phelan, Hughes lead Kensington under-12 girls »Journal-Pioneer Sports
KENSINGTON – Rachael Phelan and Brianna Hughes helped Kensington stay alive in the Subway P.E.I. Under-12 Girls Soccer League (First Division) playoffs on Monday evening.
12:35 Shooting Stars advance in playoffs »Journal-Pioneer Sports
SUMMERSIDE – The Summerside Shooting Stars have advanced to the semifinal game of the Subway P.E.I. Under-12 Girls Soccer League (First Division).
12:31 Steadman drives in four runs to spark Cardigan »Journal-Pioneer Sports
CARDIGAN – Craig Steadman batted 2-for-3 and drove in four runs to lead Cardigan Team Two past Cornwall 16-13 in a P.E.I. Peewee AA Baseball League game recently.
12:29 Nichols ignites Sluggers’ attack »Journal-Pioneer Sports
In exhibition women's softball
12:00 Report of woman on Covehead Bridge remains a mystery »The Guardian - Local News
The case of the disappearing Covehead bridge woman remains a mystery. On July 21, a couple called 911 around 1 a.m. to report they saw a woman standing in the middle of the bridge. The couple told police that when they turned back to see if the woman needed help, the person was suddenly ...
11:51 UPDATE: Mountie in hospital after bridge incident »Journal-Pioneer Local
RCMP called to complaint of jumper on Confederation Bridge
11:50 Volleyball officials’ clinics scheduled »Journal-Pioneer Sports
In Charlottetown and Summerside
11:36 RCMP officer injured on Confederation Bridge by man driving stolen vehicle »The Guardian - Local News
An RCMP officer is in hospital with non-life threatening injuries after being dragged by a vehicle in a bizarre incident on the Confederation Bridge this morning. RCMP spokeswoman Sgt. Leanne Butler says police responded at 5:45 a.m. to a complaint of an individual contemplating jumping off the ...
11:27 Terry Fox Run stirs up debate on bridge closure »The Guardian - Opinion
It’s become a regular five-year anniversary event – annoying to some, welcomed by many, and vehemently opposed by others. But it’s going to happen on Sunday, Sept. 20, when an estimated 15,000 runners and walkers will converge on the Confederation Bridge. It means the Island’s major ...
11:25 Cults emanate from religions? »The Guardian - Opinion
In his recent letter, R.A. Jenkins dismisses "history, man, the church, secular society, pluralism, science, governments, etc. …" in a God-centered world. Fair enough. But conspicuous by its absence is any mention of money, the economy or an embedded market mindset. But I guess that comes with ...
11:22 Paramedics there when most needed »The Guardian - Opinion
I recently had a sudden, unexpected medical episode that required my family to call 911. When the paramedics arrived, they started work immediately and got things under control. The three of us were in a small bathroom but they did what needed to be done, even in a small space. They took ...
11:17 Writer misses point of letter »The Guardian - Opinion
Ivan Bulger’s letter (Guardian, Aug.31) misses the point. In a liberal democracy we all pay for some services that we may not agree with or like as a result of fiscal cross-subsidies, and for the greater collective good based on what economists call the neighbourhood effect.In a pluralistic ...
11:15 Kudos to Summerside Rotary Club for leadership »The Guardian - Opinion
Kudos to the Summerside Rotary Club for leadership in establishing a Summerside Learning Centre; also to Murphy’s Community Centre for the Stratford After-School Program. Both are worthwhile additions to the Island’s educational services. The Summerside initiative, at least as described in the ...
11:12 Be prepared to vote NDP »The Guardian - Opinion
As our country moves toward election day, early signs indicate that voters have had enough of the Harper cabal, and that is just fine with this writer. As more and more it becomes obvious that Progressive Conservatives like myself no longer have a federal party to call their own.However it ...
11:10 Hail to Chief Gerald Wood »The Guardian - Opinion
For months, he called me Wendel because he couldn’t be bothered to remember my first name. He insisted that “Wendel Wangersky” sounded better anyway, and that my parents should have named me that. When I got my first boots and firefighting turnout gear, he made fun of me because I had the ...
11:08 Gas prices on P.E.I. take another dip »Journal-Pioneer Local
Gas prices on P.E.I. dropped another four cents per litre overnight.


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Things to do and see in PEI. Also reviews and opinions on PEI A&E and Literature.
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Funny, bizarre, politically incorrect, satirical, fun!
Education (18) new
Blogs discussing education or used in schools, universities, and colleges.
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Blogs which cover the gamut of subjects, from technical, to political, to personal
Islanders Away (62)
Expatriot Islanders, who continue to blog, and to mention PEI.
Lifestyle (37) new
Food, health, fitness, exercise, wellness, spiritual well-being, religion.
News and Views (59)
News-related blogs and news feeds. Also includes editorials and opinions on the news (op-ed), and politically-oriented sites.
Other blogrolls and aggregators (20)
Other blogrolls, lists and aggregations of blogs from PEI and other places.
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These personal blogs use syndication, which allows PEI Blogs to display recent posts.
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Blogs containing reviews of products
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Sports, leisure activities, and hobby-related blogs and feeds.
Technical - Computer (14)
Technical tips and advice
Travel (15)
Blogs describing their author's world travels
Weather (5)
Hurricane warnings, weather feeds

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