The British American chiefly published international news and agricultural articles excerpted from other publications. Local news, particularly speeches made at the House of Assembly, was also published, along with advertisements and anecdotes.
The Morning News and Semi-Weekly Advertiser was first published as an independent penny paper, neutral in politics and religion. It featured short articles on international and local news, fiction, poetry, advertisements and anecdotes. There was brief reporting on the law courts and the House of ... more
Haszard's Gazette was established by James D. Haszard in 1851. Haszard had previously been the Queen's Printer, and, on being displaced from this office by Edward Whelan, he immediately began the publication of his own paper, Haszard's Gazette. He published it himself until 1853, ... more
The Guardian, the successor to the Island Guardian, began publication in 1890 as a politically independent newspaper printing news and advertisements. Its editorials often discussed trade and tariffs, and it supported temperance and the Scott Act. Local, national and international news coverage was ... more
The University of Prince Edward Island Cadre began publication on October 3, 1969. It was the successor to the Prince of Wales College Times and the St. Dunstan's University Red and White, both of which institutions were amalgamated to form U.P.E.I. in 1969. The Cadre printed U.P.E.I. news and ... more
The Gem, the student newspaper of the University of Prince Edward Island, was founded on November 3, 1983. It was the successor to the UPEI Sun. U.P.E.I. news, news from other universities, sports, humour and feature articles were all printed in the Gem. Issues of concern included student loans, ... more