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Nuns make 2nd attempt to establish convent
Jan 25 2017

SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. – A second attempt by a group of Ontario-based Catholic nuns to establish a convent in Summerside took its first step forward Wednesday night.

A meeting was held at city hall to give the public a chance to comment on the rezoning of 403 Granville St. from high density residential to institutional. The nuns, who are known as the Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus of Ragusa, are in negotiations with land developer Pan-American Properties Inc. to build their new convent at that location.

Saks Off 5th opens at Vaughan Mills
Mar 16 2016

First three Canadian stores opening Thursday, including one in Vaughan Mills

Vaughan Citizen

Shoppers who are passionate about designer brands, but don’t like paying boutique fashion store prices are about to get a taste of what Saks Fifth Avenue has to offer.

The well-known retailer, owned by Hudson’s Bay Company, is set to open its first three Canadian discount, outlet stores – dubbed Saks OFF 5TH — including a 35,000-square-foot location in Vaughan Mills.

Charlottetown development balances old and new, heritage advocate says
Oct 3 2014

Natalie Bull cites redevelopment of Kays Bros. Building as great success story

The Heritage Canada The National Trust has a long history of on-the-ground work in Charlottetown, from restoring Heartz-O’Halloran Row (1975-1977) to the downtown Charlottetown Main Street Project in the late 1980s. The National Trust notes that the City of Charlottetown’s “exemplary stewardship of its heritage resources’’ was recognized in 2005 when it received the Prince of Wales Prize for Municipal Heritage Leadership.

Zellers for Sale
Jan 13 2011
Tourism awards
Sep 24 2009
Donation to IWK
Jun 1 2007
Finding a home
May 26 2004
Career Move
May 22 2004
The Guardian
Oct 25 2003
A&W coming back
Oct 27 2001
Ecolodge scrapped
Dec 22 1999
Kmart Development
Aug 27 1999
APM Mechanical
Jan 13 1999