Officials with the City of Summerside say the municipality is dealing with a $450,000 deficit after the first quarter of the 2020-21 fiscal year, citing lost revenues and extra spending throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Michael Ungar, a specialist in child, family and community resilience, is providing tips about how parents can help children with the return to school during the public health crisis.
Parks Canada employees say they have noticed an increase in bad behaviour among some visitors this summer.
Some of the facilities have been closed because of COVID-19 and staff say the pandemic may be encouraging more people from P.E.I. and Atlantic Canada to explore parts of the Island they might not normally go to.
A P.E.I. family was worried their tradition was in jeopardy — but with the Gold Cup race still taking place, and seating to watch it in person, the game was back on.
Despite the COVID-19 crisis, there are plenty of fun and safe things to do this weekend on the Island.
Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Heather Morrison says she is concerned about 811 delays that are preventing some Islanders from getting answers to their most pressing COVID-19-related questions.
MLAs on the province's standing committee on health say there are pressing issues that need to be addressed before the possible arrival of a second wave of COVID-19 in the province.
The recent change by P.E.I.'s Chief Public Health Office to ease restrictions around singing in public has caused a stir of excitement across the Island's music community.
A lack of registered nurse coverage means the Collaborative Emergency Centre at Western Hospital will not be open overnights from Aug. 20 through 23.
A P.E.I. small business owner is calling for changes to a COVID-19 relief program that helps pay for a portion of her rent.
The Island's French language post-secondary college is working to make its content more accessible to students online.
RCMP on P.E.I. say they have seen an "alarming" increase in child exploitation cases since the COVID-19 pandemic began in March.
P.E.I. has confirmed a total of 44 cases of COVID-19 since the pandemic began, with no deaths or hospitalizations. 40 of those cases are considered to be recovered.
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