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Aggregation of selected recently-updated blogs, news feeds and tweets:

Wednesday September 20, 2017

14:25 Potato farmer concerned about Trudeau tax changes - The Globe... »nathan rochford:blog

Potato farmer concerned about Trudeau tax changes - The Globe and Mail

14:00 Charlottetown Launches Youth Wellness Week »City of Charlottetown
2017-09-20 The City of Charlottetown's Youth Retention Advisory Board, Charlottetown - Youth Matters,
11:51 Tyler and Michelle engagement  »nathan rochford:blog

Tyler and Michelle engagement 

11:50 Art in the Open »nathan rochford:blog

Art in the Open

11:43 Queens Arms Intersection Work Progressing; Public Thanked for Their Patience »City of Charlottetown
2017-09-20 The City of Charlottetown wishes to thank the public for their role in the successful start
11:32 Upgrading to iOS 11 for your iPhone & iPad »AmberMac
After a long summer of beta-testing, Apple has now released iOS 11 to the masses. Here are some things you’ll want to know about before you upgrade. Features As usual, the design has been updated, but the new iOS has a slew of other changes, too, including: new control center (which is customizable) improved Siri […]
11:11 NGLS awarded honors at Shellfish Festival »New Glasgow Lobster Suppers
  We are so happy to announce that over the past weekend we were selected as the recipient of Restaurants Canada’s Shellfish Excellence Award . The plaque was presented by Shanna Munro, Restaurants Canada President & CEO during The PEI Shellfish Festival in Charlottetown on Saturday September 16th. This award honors a PEI operator that has demonstrated […]
10:43 Beach bonfire/starry night »nathan rochford:blog

Beach bonfire/starry night

10:42 The seasons »nathan rochford:blog

The seasons

10:34 Tall ships visit Charlottetown  »nathan rochford:blog

Tall ships visit Charlottetown 

10:32 Trudeau visit - June »nathan rochford:blog

Trudeau visit - June

09:33 Fire Department to Host Open House on Oct. 1 »City of Charlottetown
2017-09-20 The Charlottetown Fire Department is hosting an Open House on Sunday, October 1 to help
06:23 More showers possible today across PEI.. »peistormchaser
Wednesday, Sept 20th 6:20am.. A cold front oriented NE-SW is currently located along the St Lawrence River Valley. This front will move east today sweeping across the island later this afternoon. High pressure will build in tomorrow from the north … Continue reading
02:50 Emily and Jamie’s wedding »nathan rochford:blog

Emily and Jamie’s wedding

02:44 Adam and Lyndsey’s engagement »nathan rochford:blog

Adam and Lyndsey’s engagement

02:34 Cape Tryon lighthouse »nathan rochford:blog

Cape Tryon lighthouse

02:29 Trip up west/moon over West Point lighthouse  »nathan rochford:blog

Trip up west/moon over West Point lighthouse 

02:24 Peggy’s Cove »nathan rochford:blog

Peggy’s Cove

Tuesday September 19, 2017

22:01 Sandpiper »justpictureit
photo - Sandpiper

18:52 Strait Steamers on Cards »Straitpost - PEI Postcards
One of the more popular areas for topical postcard collection is the depiction of ships on cards. While the ports of Prince Edward Island were hardly major destinations for steamers the fact of being an island meant a dependence on vessels for connection to the mainland and there are a number of interesting cards showing … Continue reading "Strait Steamers on Cards"