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MacLauchlan and Dumville To Settle Dispute via Charity Boxing Match

By: Nathan Hood CHARLOTTETOWN - After a bitter dispute that led to his defection from the Liberal Party caucus, now-Independent MLA Bush Dumville and Premier Wade MacLauchlan will attempt to settle their differences through a charity boxing match that’s being... Continue Reading →

Coalition Applauds Inclusion of People Named Robert in Cabinet

By: Nathan Hood CHARLOTTETOWN - The PEI Coalition for Roberts in Government is happy with the province’s continued inclusion of people named Robert in cabinet. “We are thrilled to see government recognize the unique perspectives and value provided by people... Continue Reading →

Letter: Marijuana Sales Should Not Go To Ottawa

By: Samuel Midkiff When Ottawa announced that they were planning to legalize marijuana, they initially planned to split the tax revenue 50-50 between the federal and provincial governments. They have since offered a greater revenue share to the provinces, but... Continue Reading →

Politics on Tap: Why Should Young People Care About Voting?

By: Taya Nabuurs At an event co-hosted by the Young Voters of Prince Edward Island and the UPEISU Get Out the Vote campaign, young political activists along with former and current politicians alike gathered at The Pourhouse on Monday evening... Continue Reading →

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