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Wednesday July 1, 2015

22:46 Fireworks display postponed in Charlottetown »The Guardian - Local News
A last minute decision to cancel the fireworks display in Charlottetown left spectators confused and upset. The city said it had to postpone its Canada Day fireworks display due to an increase in wind speed less than an hour before the 10 p.m. fireworks display. The city said if weather ...
22:46 Ellsworth putting up big numbers  »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Second best batting average at ISF Worlds
22:42 Richards signs one-year deal with Red Wings »The Guardian - Sports
DETROIT - The Detroit Red Wings have signed defenceman Mike Green and forward Brad Richards to free-agent contracts. The team announced Wednesday that Green will get a three-year contract and Richards a one-year deal. Green has spent his entire career with Washington, recording 113 goals and ...
22:27 Canadian teams busy on free-agency day as Leafs trade Kessel to Penguins »The Guardian - Sports
TORONTO - Free-agency day felt like trade-deadline day, with all seven Canadian teams getting in on the action. The Toronto Maple Leafs made by far the biggest splash Wednesday, dealing Phil Kessel to the Pittsburgh Penguins in a six-player, three-pick blockbuster. That came on the heels of the ...
22:25 Canada Day Fireworks Postponed; Victoria Park Traffic Advisory Remains in Place »City of Charlottetown
2015-07-01 The City of Charlottetown's Canada Day fireworks are postponed until July 2 at
22:24 Two more hits for Ellsworth at world championships »The Guardian - Sports
Jeff Ellsworth's two-run home run in the first inning got Canada rolling Wednesday at the International Softball Federation world championship. When the inning was over Canada led Great Britain 6-0 en route to an 11-1 victory in Saskatoon. Canada is 6-0 and plays its final game of the round ...
21:00 Crow Lessons »justpictureit
photo - Crow Lessons

Though a favorite tree branch is gone, the crows are still having classes with their children.

20:13 McKenna, MacLean pace Islanders to win in second game of doubleheader »The Guardian - Sports
The top of the order did the damage Wednesday as the Charlottetown Gaudet's Auto Body Islanders salvaged a split of their doubleheader with the Chatham Ironmen. Leadoff man Dylan McKenna and No. 2 hitter Morgan MacLean were each 4-for-4 as the Islanders won the second game 7-0 in New Brunswick ...
19:40 Motorcyclist injured in Kings County crash »The Guardian - Local News
The Kings District RCMP (Souris) responded to a report of an injured motorcyclist who had crashed his vehicle into the ditch on Route 16 near Kingsboro on Canada Day.RCMP was assisted by Eastern Kings Fire Department and Island EMS in attending to the injured rider, a 61-year-old man from ...
18:23 [AH] More thoughts on Riven Lands: Canada and Laurentia from 1980 »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
This Canada Day, I decided to revisit the OUP anthology Riven Lands: Canada and Laurentia from 1980. Back when I first posted my reaction to this book in 2008, it sparked a substantial discussion about the extent to which the dissolution of old Canada into Laurentia and the new Canadian federation was inevitable. Looking at the essays again, I'm caught by the tragic inevitability of it all. From the moment the Quiet War started, the Dominion was bound for a reckoning at terrible cost to its people. It was trapped by history.

Old Canada remains trapped. Looking south from my vantage point in Boston, there just hasn't been much positive change in the Dominion. Laurentian nationalism remains as strong as Canadian resentment, each set of grievances distracting each country from tackling its own crying issues The economic crash hit both countries hard, though Laurentia was at least spared the housing boom. (Is it ever likely that Montréal will regain its pre-war population, or Ottawa?) The Maritime Canadian provinces continue to drift, most notable for being a source of migrant workers for anywhere that will take them: the rest of Canada, the United States, Britain and Ireland even. (Newfoundland's separation last year wasn't unexpected, not with oil affording it an incentive to try to start over again. Here's to wishing them success.) In Canada west of the Ottawa, meanwhile, stagnation. Will Alberta try to follow Newfoundland? Will Premier Ford be able to save Ontario's industry?

Maybe social democracy will rise and save everyone, uniting all of old Canada across the old borders. Who knows? By this point, I really doubt the competence of the old Canadian political classes to solve old issues, never mind resolve current problems. The world moves, and moves ahead.

I keep wondering if Canada could have survived. On a few forums today, I suggested that if not for the Social Credit governments of the post-war era and their hyperinflationary policies, there might have been enough wealth to sooth differences between Laurentians and the rest of Canada. If Spain and Yugoslavia could survive the 1970s and 1980s, could Canada not also manage? The United States was surely at least as attractive a market as western Europe, and intra-Canadian grievances until the 1960s were certainly not as deep as those in Spain and Yugoslavia. Or was the collapse of Canada preordained? Was Canada, paradoxically, not multinational enough, with a sufficiently large and united Anglo population falsely thinking itself large enough to override the Laurentians?
17:39 O’Leary presents Canada Day awards »Journal-Pioneer Local
Youth of the Year and Volunteer of the Year
17:13 [PHOTO] The July Pan Am Metropass »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
The July PanAm Metropass #toronto #panamgames #ttc #metropass #

The 2015 Pan-American Games are being held in Toronto, and the Metropass of the TTC for this month has been designed accordingly. "Like."
16:45 Kensington Railyards filled with Canada Day celebrators »Journal-Pioneer Local
Isabella Paynter, 10, and Maleah Welton, 9, took in the Canada Day celebrations at the Kensington Railyards.
16:37 Sexy Laundry opens in Victoria »onrpei
Henry (Rob MacLean) & Alice (Martha Irving who directed Anne & Gilbert, The Musical for 5 years) represent the modern middle aged couple in a crumbling relationship, saying out loud what most lovers might only wish they could hear from each other at the advice of a marriage councillor. In the first opening night of […]
16:37 Green’s Shore attracts large crowds for Canada Day festivities »Journal-Pioneer Local
With each passing July 1, Linda Schurman feels a little more proud to be a Canadian.
16:28 RCMP reminds Islanders to celebrate Canada Day safely   »Journal-Pioneer Local
Prince Edward Island RCMP is reminding Islanders to celebrate Canada Day safely, whether its on land or water.
16:19 Stress test for Hillsborough Bridge »The Guardian - Local News
Government of P.E.I. looking at whether bridge can handle weight of pedestrian walkway, sewage pipe
16:12 Seaside Experiences offers food and entertainment on the ferry »Journal-Pioneer Local
This summer, get ready to take your senses on a different kind of voyage with Seaside Experiences.
15:58 Decreased prices for petroleum »Journal-Pioneer Local
The Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission approved petroleum-pricing decisions that have all seen a decrease.
15:33 Canada Day celebrations underway across P.E.I. »The Guardian - Local News
Canada Day celebrations are underway across the province with Islanders wishing their country a happy 148th birthday. Charlottetown's official Canada Day opening ceremonies began at 11:30 a.m. at Victoria Park with the singing of the national anthem, Canada Day cake, and a 21 gun ...
14:13 Small-ball victory for Reds at East Coast Games »The Guardian - Sports
The Scotiabank Reds avenged an earlier loss to the Saint John Stingers in the final of the East Coast Games recently in Saint John, N.B. The Stingers won the round-robin contest 5-4, but the Reds took the under-21/open women’s championship game 7-2. It is the Reds third tournament win of the ...
14:05 Health P.E.I. working to improve quality of life for COPD patients »The Guardian - Local News
Islanders with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease see collaborative approach between acute, primary, home care
13:39 NHL Puck Drops: NHL landscape changes during draft weekend »The Guardian - Sports
The recently completed NHL draft in Sunrise, Fla., was notable as much for several trades involving established players as for the prospects selected. With slim pickings in the upcoming free-agent market, several teams turned to trades to address their roster issues. The Boston Bruins provided ...
13:01 Ellsworth helps Canada remain undefeated »Journal-Pioneer Sports
St. Lawrence’s Jeff Ellsworth had a double, two singles, drove in run keeping Canada perfect Tuesday
12:29 Garden Tour participants will impress the public this summer with their gardening skills »Journal-Pioneer Local
As a young girl growing up in Quebec, Lise Genova loved watching her grandmother work in her garden.
12:08 RCMP conducting boat patrols today »The Guardian - Local News
RCMP will be on the water today checking for impaired sailors. Island RCMP said they will conduct boat patrols with the Department of Fisheries and Oceans in the North Rustico and Charlottetown areas today. Various checks will be completed under the Canada Shipping Act and the Liquor Control ...
12:06 Gas prices going down one cent »Journal-Pioneer Local
Improved supply, demand market dynamics over past two weeks allow for price reductions, says IRAC
11:44 Motorino favoured to win Canada Day pace »The Guardian - Sports
Motorino and driver Terry Gallant get the top call in the Canada Day pace today at Red Shores at the Summerside Raceway. Post time is 1 p.m.The four-year-old black gelding, co-owned by Gallant and Eric Johnston, Summerside, gets to side-step heavyweights Big Surf and D GS Camme and with his ...
11:09 Ellsworth helps Canada remain undefeated »The Guardian - Sports
St. Lawrence’s Jeff Ellsworth had a double, two singles and drove in a run to help Canada stay perfect Tuesday at the International Softball Federation world championships. Canada defeated Argentina 7-5 in Saskatoon to improve to 5-0 while Argentina falls to 3-2. Brad Ezekiel and Ian Fehrman ...
11:09 Ellsworth helps Canada remain undefeated »Journal-Pioneer Sports
St. Lawrence’s Jeff Ellsworth had a double, two singles and drove in a run to help Canada stay perfect Tuesday at the International Softball Federation world championships. Canada defeated Argentina 7-5 in Saskatoon to improve to 5-0 while Argentina falls to 3-2. Brad Ezekiel and Ian Fehrman ...
11:00 Gas prices going down one cent »The Guardian - Local News
Improved supply, demand market dynamics over past two weeks allow for price reductions, says IRAC
10:37 One accident leads to another multi-vehicle pile up »The Guardian - Local News
Truck roll over in New Annan Tuesday leads to traffic tie-ups, which leads to multi-vehilce crash further along road.
10:10 Questions raised in Legislature over teachers' union job offer »The Guardian - Local News
Opposition Leader Steven Myers questioned the timing of when Gilles Arsenault was offered job
09:13 Sunny today, showers tonight expected across PEI.. »peistormchaser
Wednesday July 1st 9:00am.…. Happy Canada Day !! A couple of features on the map this morning. First of all, the area of high pressure which gave the clear skies last night has moved off to the east of NS … Continue reading
09:03 Like new, winter Tires on steel wheels for Corolla (62 Words) » | New Topics
I have 4 studded winter tires on steel wheels bought at Montague Tire last fall 15" that will fit Toyota Corolla's. Only 5,000km on them & next to new.

Reason for selling, we bought another car. We're in Montague and they are stored in a dry basement all in bags. I can take a photo if asked.
Interested? pm me....
08:21 Happy Canada Day, Wear Red, Like Me »
What does it mean to be a Canadian……….   we have been blessed, We Are Canadians!!! black and white and……
08:07 You heard it first »Island Musings
If you have savings the spread it amongst various institutions. Then when we enter a world wide crisis you may withdraw more than the small limitation imposed by each institution. Also have a small nest egg in hard wealth, I.E. Gold or silver. Finally have a sufficient amount of cash to weather a short term&ellipsis;Read the full post »
08:00 Issue #192: Marvel’s Post Secret Wars Lineup »Misfortune Cookie

Issue #192: Marvel’s Post Secret Wars Lineup Download Directly From iTunes Feedburner Link Marvel’s post Secret Wars lineup was revealed this week and we break down all the books. Which ones are we most excited for? What do we think of Marvel’s dedication to the X-Men? Do we see any issues with the new lineup. […]

The post Issue #192: Marvel’s Post Secret Wars Lineup appeared first on Stephanie Cooke.

07:07 Daily Specials for Wednesday, July 1, 2015 »Casa Mia Daily Specials

The Daily Specials at Casa Mia Restaurant for Wednesday, July 1, 2015 are:

  • Roasted Red Pepper and Tomato Soup $4.99
  • Chicken Caesar Salad with Proscuitto...12.99 Served with cheese croissant.

Casa Mia Restaurant
131 Queen Street
Charlottetown, PE
Telephone: (902) 367-4440



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