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A successful launch

Posted by Oped 2620 days ago PEI Guardian| a successful launch All
http://www.theguardian.pe.ca — The enthusiastic response to the kickoff of the Festival of Small Halls this season should convince the provincial government once and for all that it's well worth funding this phenomenally popular event. Read More
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What kind of development does city want?: Now that the city has rejected this developer's project, it's uncertain what will happen to the site.

Posted by Oped 2620 days ago PEI Guardian| what kind development city want city rejected developers project uncertain happen site All
http://www.theguardian.pe.ca — Charlottetown council's vote this week to reject a developer's condominium proposal is obviously a disappointment for the developer, but it also sends a confusing message to others interested in presenting development proposals to council. Read More
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Offering a facelift for CPP: Settling on the fine print will pose a challenge to those working to improve the Canada Pension Plan

Posted by Oped 2621 days ago PEI Guardian| offering facelift cpp settling fine print pose challenge working improve canada pension plan All
http://www.theguardian.pe.ca — It's encouraging that most of Canada's finance ministers see the need to improve the Canada Pension Plan, but there's a lot of work ahead in defining what those improvements will be. Read More
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The wonder of nature

Posted by Oped 2622 days ago PEI Guardian| the nature All
http://www.theguardian.pe.ca — The fourth annual Hillsborough River Eagle Festival last weekend was a perfect illustration of the growing appeal of events and activities that celebrate the wonder of nature. Read More
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Giving fishermen a heads-up: DFO should put more effort into making sure fishermen know when an area has been closed to harvesting

Posted by Oped 2622 days ago PEI Guardian| giving fishermen headsup dfo effort making fishermen area closed harvesting All
http://www.theguardian.pe.ca — The federal government may have its protocol in place for monitoring water quality and assessing pollution sources, but if the recent reaction of Island fishermen to the latest closure to shellfish harvesting is any indication, Ottawa needs to get better at communicating its intentions. Read More
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Mentors for our time

Posted by Oped 2623 days ago PEI Guardian| mentors time All
http://www.theguardian.pe.ca — Three inductees into the Junior Achievement Prince Edward Island Business Hall of Fame were appropriately honoured recently for their contributions. Read More
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Preserving our maritime landscape: Many of our lighthouses may no longer be required, but they have played an important role in our coastal economy.

Posted by Oped 2623 days ago PEI Guardian| preserving maritime landscape lighthouses longer required played important role coastal economy All
http://www.theguardian.pe.ca — It's no huge surprise that the federal government is declaring many of the country's lighthouses surplus. Read More
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An official commitment from the province: Volunteers who have been keeping the Macphail homestead going finally have some long-term support from government

Posted by Oped 2624 days ago PEI Guardian| an official commitment province volunteers keeping macphail homestead finally longterm support government All
http://www.theguardian.pe.ca — Supporters of the Macphail homestead no doubt were heartened last month when they got assurances from the province that funding would be made available to keep the facility operating. Read More
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