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CPL Roundup: Di Chiara scores twice to lead York 9 over Forge FC 3-2

CHARLOTTETOWN — Joseph Di Chiara broke a tie with a goal on a penalty shot in the 60th minute to lead York9 FC to a 3-2 win over Forge FC on Wednesday in the Canadian Premier League. The goal was Di Chiara's second of the game.
'Game of inches': New Brunswick parties fighting for that elusive majority

'Game of inches': New Brunswick parties fighting for that elusive majority

FREDERICTON — When Progressive Conservative Leader Blaine Higgs called a snap election last week, he said he wanted to bring political stability to New Brunswick following two years of a minority Tory government — but a look at the province's elector
Non-resident property owners allowed in Newfoundland and Labrador on Aug. 31

Non-resident property owners allowed in Newfoundland and Labrador on Aug. 31

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — People who own property in Newfoundland and Labrador but who don't live there full-time can apply to enter the province next week. Dr.
Indigenous women's group says police too quick to label missing girls as runaways

Indigenous women's group says police too quick to label missing girls as runaways

The president of an Indigenous women's group says Amber Alert policies across Canada should be reviewed in light of a recent case involving a missing teenager from Cape Breton.
Section of rare forested land donated to Prince Edward Island nature reserve

Section of rare forested land donated to Prince Edward Island nature reserve

SOURIS, P.E.I. — A nature reserve in Prince Edward Island is expanding thanks to a land donation to the Nature Conservancy of Canada.

Diaz and Blasco score in Pacific FC's 2-0 victory over Valour FC in CPL play

CHARLOTTETOWN — Alejandro Diaz and Victor Blasco scored to help Pacific FC to a 2-0 victory over Valour FC in Canadian Premier League play Tuesday night at UPEI Alumni Field.
Doctors want health care to become top issue in New Brunswick election campaign

Doctors want health care to become top issue in New Brunswick election campaign

FREDERICTON — The New Brunswick Medical Society is calling on political parties to make health care the top priority of the provincial election campaign. President Dr.
New Brunswick says sports and extracurricular activities to resume when schools open

New Brunswick says sports and extracurricular activities to resume when schools open

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick reported one new case of COVID-19 on Tuesday, as provincial officials announced guidelines for sports and extracurricular activities for the upcoming school year. Dr.
More storms, more rain: St. John's planning for impacts of climate change

More storms, more rain: St. John's planning for impacts of climate change

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — St. John's is making changes to city infrastructure in preparation for a wetter, warmer future with more intense storms.
P.E.I. will ease restrictions on visits to long-term care homes next month

P.E.I. will ease restrictions on visits to long-term care homes next month

CHARLOTTETOWN — Prince Edward Island is further easing restrictions on visits to long-term care homes beginning Sept. 1. Chief Public Health Officer Dr.
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