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The province has fallen embarrassingly behind the rest of Canada.
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Bell was one of the companies affected.
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If you like to dance until midnight, sample delicious food truck fare or rave to some of the world's best music, then there's definitely something for you in the Great White North this summer. Coast to coast, Canadians are gearing up for the start of another exciting season of music festivals. With a selection as diverse as its landscape, music lovers have their pick from folk to hip hop, EDM to country, and everything in between!
"One can just be one's self in P.E.I."
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Mighty machines, working for you doin' mighty things.
Elimination of poverty would have some very obvious and immediate benefits, but a Universal Basic Income would also have some more subtle - and yet, in my mind, very exciting - possible benefits: a universal basic income could enable the greatest unleashing of human potential ever seen.
The Kensington police service joked that they would make drunk drivers listen to the band's songs as punishment.
Chef Michael Smith
The results of the plebiscite are non-binding.
If you've watched the Food Network, you probably know Chef Michael Smith. Over the least 20 years, the tall, fun-loving chef has hosted several popular cooking shows, including Chef at Home and Chef A...
And Islanders are thrilled at the sudden interest in a shrinking, aging corner of their rural province.
"There's been no threat found."
"This is about a service that women have the right to. We had that right denied in Prince Edward Island for the last 30-odd years."
I wanted to take my kids on a trip. Somewhere, anywhere in the world. I've always loved to travel, and one of the things about having kids is that travel plans tend to be put on hold until the kids ar...