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"I began to hallucinate at night when I was trying to fall asleep. Black figures of demons, screaming women, and babies with broken bones would fill my room.

I had insomnia at the time, so it was much like a nightmare from which I could not wake. I got a couple of hours of sleep every night, and in the morning they would be gone."

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"Recent provincial government announcements declaring more help is on its way for lower-income Islanders, is just another jab to the sides of those who fall in the middle-income bracket – still striving to make ends meet."

"As a small island with very limited resources, it would appear at first glance that we don’t have much to work with – but is that correct? With a growing movement to re-industrialize North America (spearheaded by U.S. president Donald Trump and recently-elected Ontario Premier Doug Ford), there’s no better time like the present for P.E.I to get in on the action and bring some of those manufacturing jobs to our shores."

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Last Week

11 July 2018 - By, Dave Lidstone



Legalized it: A profile of p.e.i.'s cannabis advocate

Annie MacEachern has advocated hard for cannabis to be legalized in Canada. But on October 17th, when Islanders are legally allowed to light-up for the first time, there will stll be kinks to work out



Mayzil at a Glance


months in existence

Our first article was published on October 30th 2017. 



feature articles published

Including interviews with interesting and knowledgeable people from Toronto to Slovenia. 



views so far

Although we're only in our infancy, Mayzil is adding fresh perspectives to P.E.I.


Write for Mayzil

Mayzil magazine is a weekly online magazine seeking to add new perspectives to Prince Edward Island. By using creating non-fiction storytelling, entertainment and opinion pieces, Mayzil aims to give a voice to unpopular or unexplored topics and how they relate to the Island. Mayzil publishes issue explorations, investigative features, human-interest stories, first-person narratives, personal essays and culture pieces. Contributing articles are 500 - 1,000 words, starting at $50. Features articles are 1,000 - 2,500 words, starting at $100. Illustrations and photographs start at $5.