Students and staff are being asked to mask up when they return to classes at the University of Prince Edward Island starting Tuesday.
Hundreds of students at a junior high in Summerside won't have to worry about finding a non-medical mask to wear on the first day of class, thanks to a donation by a local business organization.
This week, education officials held meetings with bus operators on P.E.I. to go over the new health protocols for while riding the bus to school.
With classes resuming, numbers at Island daycares are expected to rise with more parents heading back to work and needing child care again.
The building at one of the busiest intersections in Charlottetown is about to be demolished to make way for a pizza joint.
Two other business people, both newcomers, are each navigating the challenges of starting new businesses during the restrictions that come with a pandemic.
CBC News reported more than 18,000 foreign nationals — most of them American citizens — have been turned back at the border after trying to enter Canada.
The latest case of COVID-19 on P.E.I., a man in his late teens who arrived following international travel, was announced Friday after two other cases were confirmed during routine testing of self-isolating essential workers. The workers had travelled to the province from another country.
Three active cases of the virus have been reported on the Island, as of Friday. No one on P.E.I. has died or been hospitalized.
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