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A crowd-pleaser after all these years: Queen Elizabeth, monarch for as long as many Canadians can remember, still has the power to fascinate and to inspire.

Posted by Oped 2514 days ago PEI Guardian| a crowdpleaser years queen elizabeth monarch long canadians remember power fascinate inspire All
http://www.theguardian.pe.ca — It may be her quiet dignity or simply because she has been part of our lives for so long, but whatever it is, Queen Elizabeth II wins affection wherever she goes. Read More
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A successful debut for SummerFest: In planning for next year, organizers would be wise to regroup and assess what worked and what didn't work this year.

Posted by Oped 2515 days ago PEI Guardian| a successful debut summerfest planning year organizers wise regroup assess worked work year All
http://www.theguardian.pe.ca — SummerFest organizers are still crunching the numbers, but early indicators suggest the capital city's new summer kickoff festival was a resounding success. Read More
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Appreciating our political heritage

Posted by Oped 2516 days ago PEI Guardian| appreciating political heritage All
http://www.theguardian.pe.ca — The recently completed initiative to identify the graves of the province's deceased premiers and to honour them with a monument bearing their names was a worthwhile one. Read More
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Being more label-savvy at the grocery store: If we don't want our kids hankering for sugar and salt, then we should steer clear of foods with high amounts of these ingredients.

Posted by Oped 2516 days ago PEI Guardian| being labelsavvy grocery store kids hankering sugar salt steer clear foods high amounts ingredients All
http://www.theguardian.pe.ca — Health-care professionals who have already expressed concern about the fitness levels and dietary habits of Canadian young people are no doubt further troubled by a recent study identifying heavy doses of sugar and salt in kids' food packs. Read More
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Remaining wary over Veterans Affairs: In spite of assurances from the minister, Islanders can't go wrong in asserting the importance of keeping the department here.

Posted by Oped 2517 days ago PEI Guardian| remaining wary veterans affairs spite assurances minister islanders wrong asserting importance keeping department here All
http://www.theguardian.pe.ca — The recent assurance from the federal minister of Veterans Affairs that the department headquarters is staying put in Charlottetown should be a relief to all employees. Read More
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A necessary upgrade for the ER: The ER at the QEH was in need of a physical improvement, but will it get adequate staffing to significantly reduce wait times?

Posted by Oped 2519 days ago PEI Guardian| a upgrade er er qeh physical improvement adequate staffing significantly reduce wait times All
http://www.theguardian.pe.ca — Few Islanders would say the emergency department at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital didn't need the recent upgrade it received - ask anyone who's spent time there and witnessed the cramped arrangements both patients and health-care workers had to put up with. Read More
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A gem of a park

Posted by Oped 2520 days ago PEI Guardian| a gem park All
http://www.theguardian.pe.ca — It's only right that the capital city take over responsibility for the Joe Ghiz Memorial Park. Thanks to the initiative and commitment over the years of the IODE and Marlene Bryenton, this site has become an attractive jewel in the eastern end of the city, one that all city residents have the pleasure of enjoying. Read More
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Lessons in the aftermath of the summits: Canadians should consider who's to blame for what went wrong at the summits and what can be learned from the mistakes.

Posted by Oped 2520 days ago PEI Guardian| lessons aftermath summits canadians blame wrong summits learned mistakes All
http://www.theguardian.pe.ca — In the aftermath of the G20 summit, it's clear that there's plenty of blame and shame to go around for the level of violence surrounding the event last weekend in Toronto. Read More
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