ECOPEI Annual General Meeting 2017

PRESS RELEASE The first draft of the upcoming Provincial Water Act is due out any day now, and the Environmental Coalition of Prince Edward Island is excited for what it could mean for the Island.  A good Water Act could... Continue Reading →

Diversity Strengthens Our Island Economy Panel

PRESS RELEASE Prince Edward Island’s major industries have joined together to host a panel and community discussion on how Diversity Strengthens Our Island Economy. The event is hosted at the Startup Zone on 31 Queen St on Wednesday, February 8th... Continue Reading →

Silent March, Loud Statement

By: Obinna Esomchukwu This past weekend, Islanders marched to show solidarity with the Muslim community around the world. The walk commenced with a prayer outside Delta Hotel, after which people gradually processed on Queens to the Province House. According to... Continue Reading →

Common Grounds: EWB & the Unity Project to Host Coffeehouse at Upstreet

By: Elizabeth Iwunwa Last week, the Cadre sat down with Laura Mohan and Nick Scott, organizers of "Common Grounds". This coffeehouse event is intended to generate awareness for Engineers Without Borders, and the Unity Project. **** TC: Could you provide some insight... Continue Reading →

Improving Our Intersection

By: Alex MacBain   I believe it is time to change the pattern of the traffic signals at the intersection of University Avenue and Browns Court. I have witnessed far too many long lines, close calls between cars, and awkward... Continue Reading →

Show Me the Money (and the Financial Statements): Unknown Canadian Federation of Students Bank Account Discovered with Close to $500,000 In It

By: Zach Geldert Photo by: Keith Capstick Every student at UPEI is obligated to pay certain fees at the beginning of the year to the Student Union. These fees go towards offering a variety of services to students such as... Continue Reading →

Electoral Reform: How a Government Can Spend $500,000 and Accomplish Absolutely Nothing

By: Connor Mycroft Okay, I need to vent. So you may have heard about the plebiscite we just had on PEI where we chose to replace the current First-Past-The-Post electoral system with Mixed Member Proportional. I say "heard" because people... Continue Reading →

Writing Wednesdays with Gary Graphite: Tips from Tutors

This week I have gotten a lot of questions about a lot of different things. So, I’ve decided to make a list of tips from our WC tutors. Try taking a walk to get out of a writing funk. When... Continue Reading →

The Cadre Recommends: Best Places To Dine On A Dime in Charlottetown

By: Zach Geldert Have you eaten Kraft Dinner for your past 7 meals? Are you tired of Mr. Noodles? Does that Michelina’s ‘dinner’ sitting in your freezer make you want to puke? If you have answered yes to any (or... Continue Reading →

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