CBC Prince Edward Island

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Borden Funding

2-million dollars is going to Borden-Carleton area. It was part of a promise made a few years back when the McCain plant closed, and now residents know where the money is going. We heard what some of them have to say.

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Island Field Runoff

The Agricultural-Environment Unit says there has been an increase in the number of complaints about runoff this spring, and it's working with farmers to prevent it from happening in the future. Sharon Labchuk says she's reported a number of runoff inciden

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PEI Mental Health

PEI's opposition health critic James Aylward wants to hold public consultations to get feedback on PEI's mental health system.

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Facebook Group Questions Premier

'How Many Wade' is a Facebook group that features stories of people struggling to get help from the mental health care system on PEI. Verna Ryan, CAO of Mental Health, reacts.

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Johnston makes national junior wheelchair basketball team

Westley Johnston is spending the month with Canada's best wheelchair basketball players before joining Team Canada for the world junior championship.

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Metal Tree Helps Healing

Debbie MacDonald says her community has come up with a unique way to memorialize residents who have passed away.

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Academic, Pastor, Counsellor and Humanitarian.

A bit of a tribute to well known Islander David Morrison, whose work has touched the lives of many here at home and around the world.

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Children's Memorial Place

Island man helps parents find peace at the 12-acre International Children's Memorial Place.

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Political Panel - Leg Wrap

Political panellists, Paul McNeill, Mary Lynn Kane and Dennis King drop by with a take on this sitting of the PEI Legislature.

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PEI's Anchorman

It not everyday that Charles Doull drops all his gear to reel in a massive three thousand pound anchor.

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Correctional Workers Battle PTSD

Angela MacIvor has this investigative report on the risk of developing PTSD as correctional workers in the maritimes.

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Help from Bridge

A new program known as "the Bridge" that's bringing teams of service providers together with people at risk.

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Pee Wee's help the Butterfly Boy

A heartfelt story of young hockey team from Alberton, reaching out to help a boy, they have never met.

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Provincial Park Advice

Public outreach officer Janette Gallant explains how staff are preparing to help visitors to the National Parks.

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Island Chef in Ethiopia

Chef Illona Daniel explains how to prepare a Canadian spread for 800 people in Ethiopia.

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Young Filmmaker

12-year-old Zaneta Ambassa drops by to tell Mitch how to make a successful movie. She's headed to Toronto for the TIFF Kids Jump Cuts Young Filmmakers Showcase.

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Filmmaker Explores Homelessness

Filmmaker Krista Loughton says her documentary "Us and Them" explores connections between homelessness and addictions.

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Colonel Gray's Little Mermaid

Kristen Thompson, Kobe Nabuurs and Andrew Petrie present the challenge of mounting the Disney Musical, The Little Mermaid, at the Confederation Centre.

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Yoga for Trauma

Bernie Mullin-Splurde and Triona Harrop drop by to explain how a Dynamic Fitness program will benefit trauma victims.

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The Bells are back

Catherine Hennessey and Kevin Murphy are excited about the arrival of the long-awaited St. Dunstan's bells.

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Young Austrian Voters

An associate professor at the University of Vienna says 16-year-olds are already voting in Austria.

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Political Panel - Child Advocate

Paul McNeill, consultant Dennis King and this week, filling in for Mary Lynn Kane, accountant Kathy O'Rourke. Topics include Child advocate, young voters , Ferries , suicide prevention strategy and question period in the leg.

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CBC PEI Do Crew gets to work

CBC PEI is helping local organizations find volunteers for projects. You can help by volunteering some of your time.

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Jared's Horse

Madonna Morrison and Brian Andrew from Meridian Farms speaking with Nancy Russell about a connection between a young autistic boy and his horse.

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Suicide Prevention

Legislative reporter Kerry Campbell talks with opposition MLA James Aylward and Health Minister Robert Henderson about developing a suicide prevention strategy for the province.

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Maple offers online visit to physicians

A new private service is offering Islanders a chance to consult a doctor online. People pay for every virtual visit. We asked the CEO how it works.

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Obesity Report

Mitch talks with Dr. Arya Sharma, chair of Obesity Research and Management at the University of Alberta. He says the new Obesity report is shedding more light on how the provinces are helping Canadian shed pounds.

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Kerry in the House - Young Vote

Political reporter, Kerry Campbell drops by with the synopsis on the events in the PEI legislature. This week a 7 hour session and a debate on whether 16-year-olds should vote.

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First Lobster Of the Season

Matt talks with, Lobster boat captain, Shelley Deagle about her expectations of the season to come.

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Belcourt Future

Bishop Richard Grecco and Dianne Young talk about the plans for Diane's non-profit group to take over the Belcourt Centre. The plan is to create a recovery house for people struggling with mental health issues and addictions.

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Fort McMurray Wildfire Anniversary

Looking back. It's been almost one year since thousands of families fled Fort McMurray to escape wildfires. This morning we'll hear from two families about how their lives have changed. We'll hear from Shannon Comeau, and Donna Jesso.

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Fort Amherst Historic Site Name

What's in a name? According to some people...a lot. Keptin John Joe Sark and others would like to see the name Amherst removed from the Port-la-Joye-Fort Amherst National Historic Site. We heard from a retired professor and a Mi'kmaq elder on the topic.

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Rezoning concerns

Parents now know if their kids will be going to a different school next year. We hear from one who can't understand the rules and the head of the Public Schools Branch.

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Attracting Chinese tourists from near and far

Grace Xin, a consultant with the Tourism Industry Association of Canada, says P.E.I. should be working to attract more Chinese tourists.

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LGBTQ Meeting

Natalia Goodwin talks with MP Randy Boissonnault and Rosemarie Dale from the Rainbow Alliance at UPEI. The LGBTQ community had a chance to send a message directly to the prime minister via the visiting minister.

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Kerry in the House - Mill River

Political reporter Kerry Campbell drops by to share the latest on the Mill River deal and what incoming owner Dan MacDougall has to say about it.

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Support for LGBTQ Island youth improving

A psychologist from the IWK says support for Island LGBTQ youth is improving and Suzanne Zinck says a team in Halifax is ready to help too.

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Citizenship Ceremony

Nicole Williams caught up with Farahnaz Rezaei just after a citizen ceremony this weekend in Charlottetown.

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Syrian Moms

Sarah Keaveny Vos talks with student Kawthar Najla, Interpreter Raeda Alhassan, and volunteer Carol Lang. A new group has formed to help teach English to Syrian women with young children

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Wayne Easter Trade

Malpeque M-P Wayne Easter, the co-chair of the Canada-United States interparliamentary group drops by with a look at some trade practice issues between the United States and Canada.

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Peter Childs

Matt talks with Peter Childs from Dyson School of Design Engineering at Imperial College in London, England.

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Brush Fires

Mike Montigny, field services manager with the province, drops by remind listeners about the rules and regulations around spring brush and grass burning.

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Child Advocate

Kerry Campbell talks with Green leader Peter Bevan-Baker and Premier Wade MacLauchlan about the issue of a Child Advocate on PEI.

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Grandparents Motion

Kerry Campbell talks with Don Avery, from a grandparent support group and PC MLA James Aylward. All parties voted unanimously in favour of a new motion calling on government to develop an assistance program for grandparents raising their grandchildren.

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Prostate Cancer

Gabriela Ilie is the Endowed Soillse Research Chair in Prostate Cancer Quality of Life at Dalhousie University. She is on PEI to talk to talk with Islanders affected by prostate cancer.

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Little Libraries

Reading Town PEI director, Becka Viau drops by to talk about a new online map to help people find tiny book lending libraries across PEI.

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Logan Daley

Allison Jenkins talks with Logan, Alana and Jason Daley about Logan's recent announcement, that he is transgender.

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Alberton Hockey

Coach Mitch Illsley talks about the Alberton Peewee A Regals and their quest for the Good Deeds Cup.

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Advanced Care

Palliative Care consultant Dr. Mireille Lecours about the advance care planning, and where Islanders can go for help.

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Hand Pie

Nancy Russell talks with chef, Sarah Bennetto O'Brien and marketing specialist Melody Dover about Sarah's new buisness called The P.E.I. Handpie Company. The company is pushing the limits of the portable pie and customers are eating it up.

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Canada 150 Celebrations

Executive director of Ottawa 2017 Guy Laflamme drops by to chat about what's happening in the nation's capital to celebrate Canada's 150th. Guy explains how PEI will be featured there.

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Holland College Residence meeting

Sarah MacMillan talks Charlottetown Councillor Greg Rivard and resident Madan Giri after a meeting on proposed expansion of Holland College in Charlottetown.

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Kerry In The House - Schools and Budget

Kerry Campbell drops by his weekly look at happened at province house. Kerry says government and the opposition debated government's decision to keep all schools openand then the provincial budget.

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Lung Transplant

59-year-old Sandra Livingstone talks with Natalia Goodwin about living with a rare lung disease for more than a decade. She is waiting for in Toronto for a double lung transplant.

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Sew BLessed

Faith LeClair tells Mitch how the art of sewing is making a comeback in Kensington.

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Women In Politics

Dawn Wilson, executive director of the PEI Coalition for Women in government, and with Kirstin Lund, with Winding Path Inc., talk about project aimed at getting women involved in PEI politics.

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Political Panel - Public schools Branch

Publisher Paul McNeill, lawyer Mary Lynn Kane and consultant Dennis King drop by to debate the merits of government after the decision to keep schools open, despite recommendations.

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Vimy Oaks

Landscaper and arborist Jim Landry wants to plant Vimy oaks in PEI and New Brunswick to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Vimy Ridge.

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Vimy Peace Event

Island Peace Committee's Leo Broderick and Deirdre Kessler, poet laureate of PEI about the Vimy Ridge Readings.

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Compton- MacLauchlan Review Debate

MLA Darlene Compton criticises Premier Wade MacLauchlan for how the province handled the school review process.

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Doug Currie School Review

Education Minister Doug Currie drops to explain what will be happening over the coming weeks and months as schools, students and parents get ready for changes in 2017.

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Pat Mella Recommendations

Public Schools Branch member Pat Mella drops by to discuss the 31 recommendations that were voted on last night to determine the future of PEI's education system.

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Steven Myers Recommendations

Georgetown MLA Steven Myers drops by with his reaction to the recommendations released last night by the Public Schools Branch.

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East Pointers Juno

East Pointer's members Tim Chaisson, Jake Charron and Koady Chaisson talk about the recent win at the Juno awards. The band took home a Juno award for traditional roots album of the year.

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Oleary Hockeyville

Della Sweet, former arena manager, and a member of the O'Leary Hockeyville Committee talks about the town's big Hockeyville win.

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Argus Crash

Tom Steepe talks with Carl Delaney and Gerard Ginsen, about the Argus aircraft crash at CFB Summerside on March 31st, 1977. Three people died, and others were injured.

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Dr. Michael Chaiton

Dr. Michael Chaiton with the Ontario Tobacco Research Unit drops by studio to talk about why Islanders should reduce smoking habits.

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Pitt WCB Decision

Sally Pitt drops by to explain why the The PEI workers compensation board has linked the death of an Island man to workplace bullying and harrassment.

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Visiting Hours

Chief of Nursing, Allied Health and Patient Experience with Health PEI , Marion Dowling explains why Island hospitals have been relaxing their rules around visiting hours.

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Georgetown Food Truck

Georgetown Councillor Phillip Hubert talks about a planning committee that is putting the finishing touches on a bylaw that will create rules and restrictions for mobile vendors in town.

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French Medal

Jimmy MacAulay and Flora Matheson talk about a special ceremony that will honour Miles Matheson for his efforts to help liberate France during World War II.

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Women In Wrestling

A wrestling tournament held this weekend in PEI saw a lot of girl power. We heard from some young female wrestlers about why they like the sport.

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Winsloe Players

The Winsloe Players of PEI has been making people laugh for a good cause for decades. We heard from the long-time director about why this year will be her last at the helm, and what the past 40 years have been like.

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Midwifery PEI

Midwives might soon be able to practice on PEI. The government expects to pass a new act next month that will regulate smaller professions, such as the Midwives Association on P.E.I.

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Adam Perry Telefilm Award

Island filmmaker Adam Perry is being recognized nationally. He's one of the recipients of Telefilm Canada's New Voices Award, which recognizes emerging screenwriters across the country.

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Robert Harris Painting Restoration

We met an Island woman who's helping to bring new life to famous Canadian painting, with an Island connection. Tasia Bulger told us about the Robert Harris painting and her role in restoring it.

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Ava & Lilly Rashed

Ava and Lily Rashed, the twin daughters of David Rashed of Haywire fame are only in junior high, but these 13-year-olds are already making a name for themselves with their own music.

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PEI Energy Strategy

Too many 'will explore' and 'are looking at' and not enough bold ideas. We got the PC Party's take on the province's new Energy Strategy.

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Federal Budget Panel

Finance Minister Bill Morneau tabled the Liberal government's budget yesterday. We spoke to PEI Liberal MP Sean Casey and B-C MP Dan Albas, the Conservative's deputy-finance critic, for their thoughts on how the Liberal's plan will impact families and bus

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Easter Beef Show

Two brothers on PEI will take part of the 66th annual Easter Beef Show and Sale, becoming the fourth generation of their family to do so. We heard from the boys and their mom.

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Humble Barber Beer

We hear how a P.E.I. barber is fighting back against provincial liquor ruling...by having a prohibition of his own.

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Low-Income Energy Programs

There may be thousands of low-income Islanders eligible for a free efficiency PEI program, that haven't accessed it. We heard what efficiency PEI is trying to do to get awareness out there.

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UPEI Muscle Research

Finding out why injured muscles in a young person repair themselves faster than in someone older. UPEI Assistant Professor Adam Johnston has just received close to half-a-million dollars to try to answer questions like that.

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Lacrosse PEI Officials

Lacrosse PEI has seen growth in player numbers, up about 100 players from 2015 to 2016. Now, the organization is looking for more officials and coaches to keep up with demand.

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North Rustico Sheep Cheese

A couple in North Rustico, P.E.I. is going back to their family roots to create a new line of cheese and yoghurt products made from sheep's milk. We spoke with Gabriel Mercier, who co-owns Isle Saint-Jean Farm, along with his wife Deirdre.

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Peter Gallant: Korean Curling Coach

He's played in nine Briers and done some coaching in the past. Now Peter Gallant is the national coach of the Team Korea at the world women's championship. And he's now eyeing the Olympics. We caught up with Peter on Island Morning.

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Hockeyville - O'Leary

O'Leary has made the final two in the Kraft Hockeyville contest... ensuring themselves 100-thousand dollars for arena upgrades. Now, they are going for the top spot.

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Coming Home Study

A Masters student at UPEI is doing her thesis on the experience of young people coming back to the Island after living somewhere else. And, she's still looking for participants.

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Veseys Bee Seeds

The Bring Back The Bees campaign has been widely popular, and General Mills has ordered in total 4 million packages of wildlfower seeds. We spoke with John Barrett, the director of sales, marketing and development at Veseys about the seed supplier's invol

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Summerside Development

George Dalton, past president of the Summerside and Area Historical Society , Bill Martin mayor of Summerside and Sean Aylward, owner of The Humble Barber. Waterfront development was the topic at a public meeting in Summerside.

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PEI Water Act

Land and Environment minister Robert Mitchell drops by to explain long awaited draft of PEI's new water act that was just released on Thursday

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New Anne of Green Gables

Amybeth McNulty, the star of CBC's new adaptation of Anne of Green Gables, talks about debuting as Anne on CBC's new adaptation of the classic tale.

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Seniors Subsidised Housing

Minister of family and human services, Tina Mundy explains how some seniors are being passed aver for a chance to live in subsidised housing even if they are at the top of the list.

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Hockey Head Shots

Hockey mom Mary MacPhee is worried about hits to the head in hockey. She's asking hockey associations to spread the word and hopes speaking out will help keep players safer. Rob Newson from Hockey PEI responds to her request.

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Antartic photo expedition

Island photographer Dave Brosha will tell us how he ended up as a photographer-in-resdience in Antarctica.

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Top college basketball players in P.E.I.

Albert Roche the athletic director at Holland College says the CCAA basketball championships will be a boost for the college and community.

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Celliers Patient Registry

Dr. Andre Celliers is chief of family and community medicine with Health PEI. He is asking the patients of Dr. Filza Naveed not to put their names on the registry.

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Nursing Home Beds

Valerie MacKenzie and Health minister Robert Henderson talk about why there are vacant beds in PEI seniors homes that the province has not approved.

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Gord McNeilly

Gord McNeilly drops by to talk about his recent decision to leave the NDP party for a spot with the Liberal party.

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Special Olympics update

Special Olympics athletes, Janet Charchuk and Alyssa Chapman talk about preparing for the World Winter games this weekend.

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Vessey's Bees

John Barrett director of sales, marketing at Vessey's Seeds drops by to chat about a campaign by General Mills called Bring Back the Bees. The company partnered w

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Carbon Pricing

Kerry Campbell talks about a controversy around how PEI plans to implement carbon pricing. Ottawa has said all provinces and territories have to bring in by January 1, 2018.

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Be Bold for Change

Mari Basiletti of the PEI Status of Women is urging people to Be Bold for Change on International Women's Day. She talks about the work that has been done and what is left to do.

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Daughters of the Vote

Stratford's Taya Nabuurs joins 300 women from around the country to talk about the role of women in politics past, present and future.

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CBC Radio 40th Anniversary

Retired CBC Technician Barry Vessey drops by to talk about the first day of CBC FM radio on PEI.

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Vimy Ridge trip

Three Oaks teacher David Chisholm talks about a trip students will be to northern France to mark the 100th anniversary of The Battle of Vimy Ridge.

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Dealing with picky eaters

Registered dietitian Roxanne Laughlin shares tips for dealing with picky eaters.

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Birthday Hero

Owen Killam is being recognized for saving a friend's life at a birthday party.Sarah MacMillan speaks with Owen Killam and his parents Doug and Laura.

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Art Of Loving Yourself

Dexter Nyuurnibe, a youth mental health advocate drops by to talk about his presentation on the art of loving yourself. He shares his personal story with mental illness and finding strength in vulnerability.

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Trade HERizons

Sara Roach-Lewis, the creator of Trade HERizons and Jenna MacNeill, a recent graduate of the program drop by to discuss the success of the Trade HERizons program for women.

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School Review Update

The public meetings are over now, but the process continues. Public Schools Branch director Parker Grimmer drops in to talk about what's happening now and what happens next when it comes to recommendations to close and rezone some Island schools.

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Big win at the right time

Charlotte Brown explains how her husband Daryl won over $55,000 the same day he had colon cancer surgery.

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Morell Public Meeting

Darlene Hendricken and Charlotte Bryne speaking at a public meeting on school reorganization in Morell. This is the third and final round of school meetings.

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Boomer retires

Kevin "Boomer" Gallant drops by Island Morning to talk about his recent decision to retire from CBC Charlottetown.

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Fishing Memorial

Nicole Williams speaks with Sandra Hodder and Darlene Balsor at the Iceland 2 memorial in Souris. The memorial for ten Souris fishermen who died fifty years ago. And we'll find out how is helped connect long-lost family members.

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Electoral Boundaries

Kerry Campbell drops by to explain a new initiative from the PEI Electoral Boundaries Commission. He talks about how and why the group has created two sample electoral maps.

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Islanders moved off patient registry

Dr. André Celliers, Chief of Family and Community Medicine says 3,500 names have been removed from the patient registry since October.

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Putting P.E.I. on the map

People who get the Spring edition of CAA magazine may be surprised by PEI isn't named on a map talking about Canadian history. We'll talk to a tourism operator who noticed and CAA.

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Fish Photography - Sean Landsman

We'll hear how a local fish is getting an Island photographer some international attention.

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Ice Maker - Larry Richards

We'll hear from and Islander who's headed to the Brier curling championship in Newfoundland. But he's not part of a team, he's part of the crew that's making the ice.

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Dietitians offer food guide suggestions

Registered Dietitians Laurie Michael and Jennifer Taylor say changes to the Canada Food Guide should take advantage of modern tools to help Canadians make better food choices.

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Morell Rink Missing Cat

Morell Rink operations manager Ricky MacFarlane and resident, Marie Eldershaw tell the story about a special rink cat that prompted a social media frenzy.

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Westisle School Meeting

Stephanie Kinch, St. Louis from HSA, and parent Katie Hutt react during a public meeting at Westisle school. The communities are facing the possibility of two schools closing, Bloomfield and St. Louis Elementary.

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Rural Rally

A number of Islanders rallied for Rural P.E.I. Mallory Peters is president of the Georgetown Home and School Association, Doris Simmons has grandchildren at the school and Darren Creamer is a business owner in Bedford.

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Mark Arendz win 5 world championship medals

A year away from the Paralympics in South Korea Mark Arendz says he is right on track to compete in the Para Nordic competition. He just won five medals at the world championships.

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