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PRINCE COUNTY
First ag
TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 2017
ministers
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PRINCE COUNTY
First ag
TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 2017
All the prime
ministers
No plan for pot
THINGS TO
know
BY MILLICENT MCKAY
JOURNAL PIONEER
SUMMERSIDE
For Major Stewart, the newly
prepared construction site
wasnt just a hole in the ground.
Ive gone from working in
television and radio to gov-
ernment communications to
selling chicken and sh, said
Stewart, the owner and oper-
ator of Dixie Lees Summerside
location.
is June, Stewart is hoping
to open his Dixie Lee location
Ive been told that it will
MILLICENT MCKAY/JOURNAL PIONEER
Major Stewart with the exterior design of Summersides Dixie Lee location,
BY COLIN MACLEAN
JOURNAL PIONEER
SUMMERSIDE
The City of Summerside is
moving ahead with Part 2 of the
City staff members gave
council an update on progress
on this file during Monday
DESIREE ANSTEY/JOURNAL PIONEER
Dressed in his best shing garb and polarized sunglasses that make
it easier to see the trout, Sterling Jay, 67, casts his line
out into Scales Pond
with the hope of catching a 15-pound steelhead. The catch-and-release y sherman was one of many shing enthusiasts who ocked
to the
form based code
Ive visited multiple
Dixie Lee sites in the
Maritimes. And each
one has its own
personality to go with
PRINCE COUNTY
First ag
TUESDAY, APRIL
ministers
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Convincing victory
MONDAY, JULY
Celebrating
20 years
THINGS TO
know
BY DESIREE ANSTEY
JOURNAL PIONEER
SUMMERSIDE
day sun, thousands packed
senault excitedly yelled to his
mother, Rayona, as the first
My daughters, Paige and
emy of Performing Arts and
oat in the parade,
out neighbours and friends in
Academy program and shes a
friend of mine. She asked the
children to participate in this,
Theyre dressed as cowgirls,
Its a slow crawl for the 70
floats and three bands that
pus parking lot while cheered
Leading the parade is a
BY MILLICENT MCKAY
JOURNAL PIONEER
SUMMERSIDE
Steven Myers has been releasing
emails made by Parker Grimmer
on social media, the most recent
asbestos abatement and lead
ree Oaks Senior High
in Summerside.
Myers received access to the
ling a Freedom of
Privacy request.
cebook, Myers said he was
stunned.
In a recent interview he
ere were three separ-
ate breaches that occurred in
e fact that there were
ey delib-
formed government lawyer
Susan Willis of the breaches,
ere were the three
breaches by workers who did
not follow proper protocols.
While Chris (Keefe) feels the
exposures in these cases are
low and hopefully the risk to
is also low, it
will be an issue that needs to be
,
future, someone will likely need
to others also.
Myers says attitudes toward
ats extremely careless for
sibility to take care of the public
PARADE
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events
West Point Games Night
DESIREE ANSTEY/ JOURNAL PIONEER
MILLICENT MCKAY/JOURNAL PIONEER
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Full
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Today
Mainly sunny, Feels like
30. Winds light.
High 24, Low 18
Wednesday
Sunny with cloudy
periods, Feels like 30.
High 24, Low 19
Friday
Scattered showers (POP
70%), Feels like 30.
High 24, Low 17
Tuesday
Sunny with cloudy peri-
ods, Feels like 31. Winds
High 25, Low 19
Thursday
Chance of thunder-
showers (POP 40%).
High 25, Low 19
Saturday
Sunny. Winds north-
westerly 27 km/h.
High 20, Low 17
Todays
UV Index:
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Date Time ft. m.
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07/17 L 12:00 p.m. 2.3 0.7
07/17 H 6:01 p.m. 5.9 1.8
07/17 L 11:43 p.m. 3.0 0.9
07/18 H 6:04 a.m. 6.6 2
07/18 L 1:00 p.m. 2.0 0.6
07/18 H 7:20 p.m. 5.6 1.7
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07/17 L 6:50 a.m. 1.3 0.4
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07/17 L 6:04 p.m. 1.0 0.3
07/18 H 1:26 a.m. 2.6 0.8
07/18 L 8:16 a.m. 1.3 0.4
07/18 H 12:58 p.m. 1.6 0.5
07/18 L 6:34 p.m. 1.0 0.3
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MONDAY, JULY
World aairs
BY MILLICENT MCKAY
JOURNAL PIONEER
SUMMERSIDE
the courthouse in downtown
Twenty years later, Greenan
Generation XX before it was
hauling bricks and painting
MILLICENT MCKAY/JOURNAL PIONEER
BY DESIREE ANSTEY
JOURNAL PIONEER
NEW LONDON
Springbrook Schoolhouse has
graveyard where the children
BY ERIC MCCARTHY
JOURNAL PIONEER
ALBERTON
membership list has grown to
bers Executive Director, Rix
is hoping to see that number
She lists several benets of
membership: advocacy for small
business mixers, excellence
awards, business relationship
and referrals, promotion and
advertising, increased aware-
ness and attraction, inclusion
in a West Prince business dir-
participation in a Chamber
Chambers are among the
ganizations happening now,
nie, have been working with a
ization of the Chamber. Oce
space for the organization is
provided in the Rural Action
Rix, an entrepreneur and a
member of the OLeary Kraft
business background and a
lenges and opportunities that
can face, said the organizations
DESIREE ANSTEY/ JOURNAL PIONEER
named in 1925.
- The building was originally
located across the road in front
of the Geddie Bell tower, and
children would play in the Pres-
byterian Church graveyard.
- In 1948 log rollers and a single
horse moved the schoolhouse to
its present and more conven-
ient location.
- For many years a single teacher
would tutor all subjects to all
- Childrens initials can be found
on the old wooden shingles.
MONDAY, JULY
JOURNALPIONEER.COM
Brad Works
News Editor
Darlene Shea
Sports Editor
Jason Simmonds
U.S. President Donald Trump
visited Poland in early July,
stressing the countrys import-
he said, praising the courage
and spirit of the Polish people
e backdrop to his address
saw Uprising of 1944 against
Nazi Germany. It resulted in
more than 200,000 Polish deaths
Poland is among the five
least two per cent of their gross
of about 900 U.S. troops, and has
U.S. and NATO missions in Iraq
It is now acquiring a new
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BY DR. SUSAN HARTLEY
paign, coupled with the recent
coverage in the local media and
reality of mental health needs to
the courage to publicly speak up
nstead of taking measures to protect endan-
gered whales and other fragile marine life
in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, our so-called
environment friendly federal government is
heading in the opposite direction.
In recent weeks, scientists and environmental-
ists were sent reeling by the deaths of seven right
whales in the Gulf. Several others entangled in
shing gear were cut free one with tragic con-
sequences this week when a sherman died aer
being struck by a oundering whale.
Necropsies conducted on a P.E.I. beach
indicated at least two whales died from blunt
trauma, most likely caused by impact from ships.
Srebrnik
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SUBMITTED PHOTOS
FROM A1
A statement from depart-
and the removal of asbestos
as the issues were identied,
work stopped, the areas were
shut down, and the WCB was
cleaned according to proper
mer English Language School
dents and teachers were not
We are laying to rest and say-
who passed on October 4,
2016. Burial
will take place
at Our Lady
tion Church
graveyard in
Stratford on
Tuesday, July
18th at 2 p.m.
Reception to
follow in church hall. All are
munity Hospital, OLeary, on
2017, with his
loving family
by his side, of
las (Bobby)
Gordon of
Elmsdale age
loved husband
to Ferne Belle (nee Matthew)
Gordon. Born at Alma, P.E.I.,
of the late David and Manerva
don of Summerside. Loving
Heer, of Summerside. Lovingly
nault, Luke Gordon, Brianne
Gordon, Ella Heer and Claire
Heer. Dear brother to Wilna
Warren of Maplewood Manor,
He will be sadly missed by his
many nieces and nephews and
Clinton, on Saturday, July 15,
erick Fred
MacDonald,
formerly of
Sherbrooke,
Fred was
proud of his
community
and farm. He
very much enjoyed his family,
the land and animals. Born in
Sherbrooke, he was the son
of the late Colin and Bertha
(Cotton) MacDonald. Proudly
remembered by his children
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MONDAY, JULY
on Quebec City Muslim
BY THE CANADIAN PRESS
KAMLOOPS, B.C.
As more British Columbians
are chased from their homes
cials say they are concerned
that their place of refuge in
CP PHOTO
THE CANADIAN PRESS
TORONTO
videotaping their use of force
against inmates in a majority
In the 2016-2017 scal year,
the Oce of the Correctional
reviewed 1,436 incidents in
against a prisoner. While the
cent years, the high incidence
said from Ottawa. ats what
Prison policy mandates that
ance problems exist in both
compliance are of a relatively
minor or technical nature but
incidents in which a prisoner
alleges guards used excessive
force _ a criminal offence _
simply isnt available when it
One recent example is the
who alleged guards in March
at Kent Institution in Agassiz,
ent investigator from Zingers
The lack of video evidence
that could have proven or re-
investigator with little choice
other than to say he couldnt
conclude what happened in
Nomes cell that morning, his
Overall, Zinger said, cases
where video goes missing, is
Non-compliance incidents
involving video have fallen since
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wouldnt be commenting on
the data because they came
from a third party and would
woman Laura Cumming said
man said, full compliance with
but can also protect guards
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THE CANADIAN PRESS
WASHINGTON
years, Donald Trump is about to
start doing some explaining: the
U.S. president is poised to release
ing how he wants to change the
deal.
the administration publish a list
negotiations. The reason this
could happen any day is because
the administration hopes to
16 and the law requires this list
vance.
ment to say little in response to
the list.
I cant imagine that we would
gotiations actually start, Prime
sible about this, to be thoughtful
and responsible in how we en-
gage the administration.
That tight-lipped approach
ernments overall strategy: Make
the Americans lay out their cards
rst, given that they asked for
demandeur.
conicting approaches.
Trump keeps threatening to
rip up the trade agreement in the
absence of a major renegotiation.
His vice-president just delivered
a speech exuding collegiality and
would be a win-win-win.
e signals to Congress have
been equally contradictory.
MONDAY, JULY
JOURNALPIONEER.COM
Cancelled $30K
wedding becomes
INDIANAPOLIS An Indiana
celled $30,000 wedding to go
ner party for the homeless.
A bus pulled up to the swanky
event centre on Saturday that
Sarah Cummins had booked
for the reception in Carmel, a
suburb north of Indianapolis.
BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
LONDON
British police have charged
AP PHOTO
BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
WASHINGTON
President Donald Trumps
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
TEHRAN, IRAN
Irans judiciary said Sunday
that the brother of President
tained, and a Chinese-American
citizen sentenced to 10 years
behind bars for inltrating the
tional was identied as Xiyue
Wang, 37, and entered Iran as
a student, according to Mizan
the judiciary. Wang was not
BY JASON SIMMONDS
JOURNAL PIONEER
SUMMERSIDE
Do Over Hanover led all the
ing by Western Ideal-Driven
to Sin-Jennas Beach Boy won
the 49th edition of the $22,000
Governors Plate, presented by
Summerside Chrysler Dodge.
Time of the mile, before a big
merside Raceway on Saturday
It doesnt happen too often
a race plans out the way you
think, and it didnt (Saturday),
said winning driver Marc
Campbell, who left from Post
2. I really didnt think I was
Campbell acknowledged he
didnt know how well Do Over
I said best-case scenario I
would be following Hot Deuce
(from Post 7), and I would have
been OK with that, continued
the Winsloe resident. I didnt
THE JOURNAL PIONEER
MONDAY, JULY
JASON SIMMONDS/JOURNAL PIONEER
in Governors Plate:
1. Do Over Hanover (Marc Camp-
bell), Post 2.
2. Crombie A (Gary Chappell),
Post 8.
3. Junebugs Baby (Myles Heer-
nan), Post 3.
4. Hot Deuce (Walter Cheverie),
Post 7.
5. Invictus Hanover (Jason
Hughes), Post 5.
6. Good Friday Three (Kenny Ar-
senault), Post 3.
7. Forever Paradise (Adam
Merner), Post 1.
8. Allstar Seelster (Norris Rogers),
Post 3.
BY MIKE FARRELL
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J.
bytheseaside by a head in the
It was the fth Pace victory
JASON SIMMONDS/JOURNAL PIONEER
HARNESS RACING
BY JASON SIMMONDS
JOURNAL PIONEER
SUMMERSIDE
BY DAVE HOGG
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
AP PHOTO
SRW RESULTS
Howmacs Dragonator. Winning horse owned by Linda
Somers, Alan Conway and Lynn Livingstone, P.E.I.
Exactor 4-5 $8.20; Triactor 4-5-2 $57.50; Superfecta
Race 15
Ramblinglily (W. Cheverie) 3.50 2.60 2.10;
West River Ambyr (M.C. MacDonald) 15.80 5.30; Wood-
Times: 27, 56.2, 126.2, 155.4. Also ran: Good Luck
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct GB
Boston 51 41 .554 -
New York 47 42 .528 2
Tampa Bay 49 44 .527 2
Toronto 42 49 .462 8
Baltimore 42 49 .462 8
W L Pct GB
Cleveland 47 42 .528 -
Minnesota 46 45 .505 2
Kansas City 45 45 .500 2
Toronto (Stroman 9-5) at Boston (Rodriguez 4-2), 8:10
Saturday
St. Louis 4 Pittsburgh 0
Atlanta 8 Arizona 5
L.A. Dodgers 7 Miami 1
Milwaukee 3 Philadelphia 2
Springer, Houston, 106; Correa, Houston, 104; Abreu,
Chicago, 103; Andrus, Texas, 103; Cabrera, Chicago, 101;
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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
CP PHOTO
BY JASON MALLOY
THE GUARDIAN
STANHOPE
covered after slicing her tee
ance womens amateur golf
championship on the first
JASON MALLOY/THE GUARDIAN
Chris MacLauchlan 79 81 78 238
Chris MacLauchlan 79 81 78 238
Lorraine MacDonald 97 94 98 289
Tim Yorke 68 75 72 215
Tim Yorke 68 75 72 215
Malcolm Reid 75 73 76 224
Mel Bernard 76 77 78 231
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MONDAY, JULY 17, 2017
BY DESIREE ANSTEY
JOURNAL PIONEER
SUMMERSIDE
Among the excited screams
tured five women challenge
Shelley Lilly, organizer and
participant from Summerside,
says women are increasingly
realizing they have greater
physical strength than what
Anyone can do it, even
DESIREE ANSTEY/ JOURNAL PIONEER
ANTIGONISH
, N.S.
Four Prince Edward Island
Dylan Gosbee of Cornwall
was fifth; Kent Vincent of
Crapaud was sixth; Jonathan
and Greg Proude of Springvale
Dylan Blenkhorn of Truro,
N.S., made a life-long dream
a reality by winning the John
way. Cole Butcher of Porters
Lake, N.S., was second, third
spot was claimed by Craig
and Shawn Turple of Eneld,
Other P.E.I. drivers in the
race were Robbie MacEwen of
BY RYAN MCKENNA
THE CANADIAN PRESS
TORONTO
AP PHOTO
BY HOWARD FENDRICH
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
LONDON
Roger Federers wait for an
eighth title at Wimbledon is
Federer earned his eighth
land Club and 19th major
trophy overall. He capped a
marvellous fortnight in which
the amount of time it took
Federer to grab his rst lead.
Cilic, whose left foot was treated
by a trainer in the late going,
Open, where he surprisingly
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~ DESROCHES ~
In loving memory of a wonderful
husband, brother, brother-in-law, and
uncle,
Raymond
who passed away one
year ago today, July 14, 2016.
If tears could build a stairway,
And memories were a lane,
We would walk right up to heaven,
No farewell words were spoken,
no time to say goodbye,
You were gone before we knew it,
And only God knows why.
Our hearts still ache in sadness,
We look up to the sky
What we wouldnt give
We miss your voice,
we dont think of you, Jeff.
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