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Veg PEI community vegan potluck

If you are a vegan or vegan-curious, join fellow Islanders at Veg PEI’s monthly community potluck  [ ... ]

LGBTQ+ Youth Group

LGBTQ+ Youth Group meets the last Tuesday of the month from 6–8 pm at Murphy’s Community Centre, [ ... ]

Stephen Puiia

Lucky Duck Cola—Stephen PuiiaLucky Duck Cola is a surreal, dystopian satire written by Stephen Puiia and published recently by Solstice Publishing.

Humania is in danger. Cola mogul, Joe Tornado and General Lenis Meanest are in control and want to kick someone’s butt. Their target is the most disempowered, ugly and stinky group in Hover City—the Humaniacs. One Humaniac, Pooya, stands a chance to stop them. Lucky Duck Cola is the story of falling into and out of love set across a backdrop of monsters, gore, sex, political corruption, death, betrayal, genocide and slime.

Stephen Puiia is from Cornwall, P.E.I. He makes his living as a Yoga instructor.

Lucky Duck Cola will be launched at The Guild in Charlottetown August 10 from 7 to 9 pm. The book is available at the Bookmark and on Amazon.ca

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Some Upcoming Events

Abegweit on tour

Lennie Gallant takes Searching for Abegweit to Souris October 22
Souris Show Hall  The 2017 Ea [ ... ]

Chamber of Commerce 12th Annual Presiden...

November 15
Delta Prince Edward The Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce will host the 12t [ ... ]

Wapikoni: Cinema on Wheels

October 19 & 20
Select locations As part of Wapikoni Mobile’s first-ever coast-to-coast tour,  [ ... ]

Recent News & Articles

Full circles

Profile: Aaron Hastelow by Jane Ledwell “Where did the summer go to?” sings the cast of Anne o [ ... ]

The Guest Book: Dr. Alan Reesor

PEI Symphony, then and now On PEI, there is another anniversary besides Canada’s 150th to be cele [ ... ]

Over-the-phone support

Islanders who call 9-1-1 for medical emergencies can now get support over the phone until first resp [ ... ]