Prince Edward County’s Newspaper of Record
May 26, 2024
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Features

Culture
May 22, 2024

Going Going Gone!

Bid for the Build auction is back in person for the first time since 2019

Living History
May 22, 2024

Published in The Picton Gazette, 23 May, 1934

Columns
May 22, 2024

At home on the Glenora Road, and at the centre of the community

News
May 15, 2024

Just entering its third summer, the momentum at the Base is palpable

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Features
May 8, 2024

A Main Street institution still going strong

Living History
May 8, 2024

Lancaster Bomber, Spit-fire, Variety of Equipment Reveal Govt. Need for Fund to Carry on War

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Art
May 8, 2024

The Gazette celebrates the first anniversary of its new publishers with Eliza Kozurno’s "Still Life with Gazette"

Features
May 1, 2024

Andrew Innes, “County Cumulus, Early April”

Features
April 24, 2024

Gilbert and Lighthall Marketplace is closing its doors after 19 years in business. Last week, Chris Fanning sat down with Alexandra Bake, owner of the Marketplace as well as the historic building that houses it, to reflect upon change and Picton’s thriving  downtown core. 

Culture
April 23, 2024

Yvonne Lammerich retrospective at Oeno Gallery this month a challenging, immersive exhibit

Art
April 17, 2024

In which the Gazette samples the art on offer in Picton this month

Books on Film Club
April 17, 2024

The clash of opposites. It’s a perfect comic formula, and almost impossible to do well

Features
April 17, 2024

Albert College serves kids from the County — and around the world.

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