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Islanders By Choice

In some Maritime communities there are still two kinds of people...those who are "from" here and those who "come from away."

Take Prince Edward Island for example...Islanders are among the most welcoming and friendly of folk.

But many newcomers - or CFAs - say that friendliness only goes so far. Even after having spent years on PEI, they feel isolated and unable to break into community life.

Freelancer Dave Atkinson explores the idea of being "Islanders by Choice."

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