CBC Prince Edward Island

Audio Archive

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Island Opera Singers in Italy

We caught up with two Island opera singers who just got back from a music festival in Italy. Parker Clements and Hannah O'Donnell will tell us what they learned and what they hope it means for their future careers.

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Andy Walker on the PC Leadership Race

There are two people officially in the race to be the leader of the PEI PC party. We heard from Andy Walker, from the leadership organizing committee, about what's coming up for the candidates.

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Art in the Impound

Hear how police nearly towed away an art piece that was a part of Art In The Open.

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Hells Angels Lottery Bust

Sargeant Len Isnor from OPP's Biker Enforcement Unit, explains how nine Island men, alleged to have have links to the Hells Angels, were arrested and charged under organized crime legislation on PEI.

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Island Farmer Wins Award

Conversation with David Francis who is being recognised on a national level, for his commitment to sustainability. David talks about his big win this week, receiving the Canadian Cattlemen's Association's environmental stewardship award.

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Mother and Daughter Medalists

In the history of Team PEI,there have been two medals in swimming. Just recently 15 year-old Alexa McQuaid won silver and her Mom Katherine won silver in 1985.

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Creep Catchers Catch PEI Man

A check in with the Cape Breton Police, after a tip from a "creep catchers" group recently led to the arrest of a Charlottetown man. We'll hear what that force thinks of this kind of group.

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Expensive PEI Hotels

If you're planning to stay at a hotel this summer, you are going to have to dig deep. We'll hear how much you could have to pay...and why.

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Should GMO Foods be Labelled

Island Morning's Stephanie Kelly took to the streets of Charlottetown to hear what some people think about the idea of labelling GMOs in Grocery stores.

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Mental Health Petition

A woman from St. John's, Newfoundland is hoping her online petition will make mental health part of the curriculum in all Canadian provinces. The petition has more than 28 thousand signatures.

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Health Petition reaction

PEI's Education Minister Doug Currie drops by Island Morning to explain new student well being supports coming to some Island schools this fall.

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School Supplies Too Expensive

Jerica Devos as well as the Parker Grimmer from the Public Schools Branch addressing the challenges of buying school supplies for students. Some schools charge a fee and buy the school supplies for students, other schools don't.

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How Many Wade Update

`How Many Wade` campaign spokesperson says there's still lots of work to be done to find out what the next steps are in the discussion about mental health services on PEI.

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Ship Wreck or Wharf

Ellen MacLeod turns to social media, hoping to get some answers. She thinks she has found a piece of history washed up on the beach.

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Naloxone Action Plan

Chief Public Health Officer with an update where things stand with the province's opioid action plan.

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Saving Stordy's Pond

A group in Crapaud has saved one of the Island's historic mill ponds. Stordy's pond was in danger because of erosion.

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Foxes begging for food in national park

Officials at P.E.I. National Park are worried about people feeding foxes in park, and have been fining some people who throw food to the animals.

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Georgetown Amalgamation Concerns

Residents of Georgetown think they are being shut out of ongoing amalgamation talks in the area.

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Timbersport Champ

Kelly Bowness says she is excited to be the STIHL Timbersports pro-women Canadian champion.

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Why are older Islanders skip insulin?

A researcher at UPEI is trying to find out why some diabetes patients put off taking insulin, or don't take it at all. Terri Kean says usage is low among older Islanders.

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Green crabs may be ruining rare moss

UPEI PhD candidate Paula Tummon Flynn is researching if green crabs are destroying a rare strain if Irish moss in the waters off Basin Head.

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Dr. Herb Dickieson

Chat with Dr. Dickieson about his career in medicine and politics after nearly 30 years working as a doctor on PEI, Dr.

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Bad Year for Raspberry

Summerside raspberry grower Matt Compton explains why this summer has been less than ideal, for the island's raspberry crop.

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Moto 150

Montreal-based photographer Jimmy Ung is travelling throughout Canada by motorcycle, photographing and interviewing people he meets along the way. He's in PEI this week, and he stoped by our studio.

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Petition Against The Mount

We hear from Business owner Paul Jenkins and resident Cathy Ayers Horne as they state their case for and against a development proposal for seniors housing in Sherwood.

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A is for Angst

We walk through a roller coaster of emotions.. from A to Z... with artist Jenni Zelin... set to open her first solo exhibit at the Guild.

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Jesus on Corner Shelf

An antique dealer in Alberton says he instantly recognised the image of Christ in a knot of wood on his corner shelf.

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Train Station Brewery

Alex Clark has this story about his vision for a new brewery to be located at the historic train station and former library on Water Street in Summerside. -- and why he chose the old train station.

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Libby Osgood, NASA Nun

From working with NASA to being a nun. We'll here the story of 34-year-old engineer, Libby Osgood. And how she's helping bridge the gap between religion and science.

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An Ontario couple recently made PEI the destination for what they called an "eco-wedding. We'll hear about their effforts to save the environment...and some money too.

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Family Violence Videos, Danya O'Malley

PEI Family Violence Prevention Services is creating informational videos in Arabic, Persian, Mandarin, Spanish, and French -- geared towards people who's first language isn't English.

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Mark Arendz, T-Shirt Campaign

Mark Arendz is representing Canada at the Paralympics in Korea. He's part of a new t-shirt campaign to raise funds We'll hear about the fundraiser, and why Mark's about to fly halfway around the world to find some snow.

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Cameron O'Hanley at Canada Games

An update on an Island athlete who had his sights set on Canada's Para Soccer team. Four few years ago, he suffered a brain injury after being in a car accident.

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Dutch Memorial

Pieter Valkenburg spent months researching the soldiers who are listed on the Borden Carleton cenotaph. He is working with an organisation in the Netherlands to honour the story of one soldier who he believes saved a dutch village as he died.

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Finance Minister Tours PEI

Federal finance minister, Bill Morneau drops by to chat about everything from tax changes to interest rates. It's part of his tour around the Atlantic provinces.

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Rockabye Hamlet Hits Indian River

Cliff Jones creator of Kronborg 1582 is happy to share his history with the production. There will be a concert performance of the production at St. Mary's Church in Indian River.

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On the Heritage Minute trail

Rebecca Bartlett and Jim Ellwood tell Matt how they are visiting all 87 sites featured in the Heritage Minute television series.

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Seeing the Dunkirk soldiers return home

The movie Dunkirk tells the story of thousands of allied soldiers saved on the beaches of Northern France during the second world war. Paul Jones watched them return home when he was 10 in Bromley, England.

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Logan and Lisa

Logan Maddix shares this tale of true love as he talks about Lisa Rogerson. He will be honouring her memory this Friday during Chautauqua in Summerside.

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Dangerous Riptide

Beth Johnston and Eric David share their stories of surviving the dangerous PEI riptide.

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Wigwam Connects

Todd Labrador has been working with locals this week to build a traditional wigwam at the Port La-Joye-Fort Amherst historic site, using local materials and traditional techniques.

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Pocket Talkers

Daria Valkenburg about The Hard of Hearing Association's new Pocket Talker assistive communication device.

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Hockey Helps Boy with Diabetes

We hear about an NHL player's visit to Lennox Island, and a young Island hockey player who shares his diagnosis of Type 1 diabetes.

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Checking in with Education and Skills Special Advisor Andreas Schleicher. He explains why PISA testing scores on PEI are consistently low.

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First Time Crossing Bridge

101 year old Chester Banks celebrated his birthday by crossing the confederation bridge for the first time. The birthday treat came together thanks to Cindy-Lou Adams, a volunteer at the community care home.

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Sun Damage Pictures

Emma McDermott has a new UV photo booth,to show people the effects of sun damage on their face. Her hope is to promote sun safety.

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Climate Change Committment

The head of PEI's Climate Change Secretariat says we're already lean on our emissions, and so it's a lot tougher for PEI to reach the Paris agreement goals than other provinces.

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Cedar's Spread to Sobeys

Original Maroun's garlic spread owner and creator Ryan Abdallah, explains how his garlic spread made it to the store shelves of the Sobeys chain.

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Remembering Elizabeth Sovis

We hear from Edmund Aunger about what he's been doing for the past five years since he lost his wife while they were cycling on PEI in 2012. A memorial service is being held later today in Hunter River...

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The Story Line - Call One

Our friend Dave Atkinson opens the PEI phone book, picks out a name, and then will bring us the story of the person who answered. The first call is a gem. Dave finds a rescue hero living in Alberton.

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Wheelchair Accessible Beach

Chelton Beach resident Daviel Savoie explains how going to the beach might now be easier for people with mobility issues. New additions at the PEI National Park are helping with some accessibility issues.

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Wildfire Volunteer

A conversation with an Islander living in the heat of the wildfire scare in BC. Rachel Cook has this birds-eye view, from her home town of Prince George.

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How Many Wade

Sarah Stewart-Clark has this update on the social media 'How Many Wade' campaign. The Facebook group has been gathering stories of Island families who are falling through the cracks of the PEI mental health system.

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Government Responds To Deadline

Rob Henderson says government is working hard to improve the mental health system. He isn't sure it's realistic that government will be able to resolve the items highlighted by the How Many Wade campaign.

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Rezoned Family Denied

Owen Pitre is upset after his request to transfer their younger daughter was denied by the public schools branch.

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Beach Water Testing

Chat with the author of a report from the Not for profit group, Swim Drink Fish Canada. She says PEI should regularly test water.

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The Big Swim

A chat with the only Islander taking part in the annual Big Swim. Ryan Bradley talks about the rigorous training involved in preparing for this fundraiser for Brigadoon Village.

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Diversity in the Theatre

Conversation with the first black actor to play a Father of Confederation with the Confederation Players.

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Harry Holman Historic Sites

Historian Harry Holman is the newest PEI member of the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada. We talked to him about the changing nature of recognizing historic people, places and events, and his thoughts on the recent decision when it comes to the

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Lawn Summer Nights

Thursday nights are going to be busy at the lawn bowling greens in Sherwood this month. That's because a new fundraiser for Cystic Fibrosis Canada on PEI is taking place. We found out more about Lawn Summer Nights.

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"Beyond The Beach" Eco-Tourism

The Souris and Area Branch of the PEI Wildlife Federation is hoping to give visitors a taste, literally, of what Basin Head has to offer. We found out more about their experiential tourism product called "Beyond the Beach".

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Amusement Ride Inspector

The thrill of going on the rides at the fair or amusement park is the best part of summer for many people. Inspector Shaun MacArthur is tasked with making sure all those rides are safe and sound, and he takes his job very seriously.

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Breakfast Seminars

Former MP David MacDonald will be hosting a weekly seminar about earth and humanity. The sessions are being put on by the UPEI Climate Lab. David MacDonald came by to tell us all about them.

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Montgomery Honeymoon Trail

Following in her footsteps. A woman from Scotland has visited all the spots were Lucy Maud Montgomery and her husband went on their honeymoon. We heard from Dianna Hemphill about her love of Lucy Maud Montgomery.

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Tignish Man Walks Across Canada

Here is the story of Henry "Hank" Gallant of PEI. In 1967 he wanted to mark Canada's centennial in a special way by walking across the country. Coast to coast.

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Timbersports athletes on P.E.I.

Canadian Timbersport champion, a climbing world record holder, and looking for even more glory this weekend in Charlottetown. Stirling Hart drops by and tell us more about the lumberjack championships.

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Panhandler's Response

Panhandling from the perspective of someone who panhandles. A response to complaint about the number of people asking for money on Charlottetown street corners.

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One Dollar = One Church

Checking in with a real estate agent who wants to sell the West River United Church for a buck! He says its a great deal for the right buyer.

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Annoyed By Panhandler

Honor Nevin was unimpressed after a recent encounter with a panhandler. She has no problem expressing her frustration with the city and it's policies on panhandlers. We also head to the streets to find out how others feel.

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Mosquito Repelling Plants

UPEI Biology professor Christian Lacroix drops by with a list of some of the flowers and plants that help to keep those biting bugs at bay.

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Southeast Environmental Association

The Southeast Environmental Association shows interest in renewing the Harvey Moore Wildlife Sanctuary.

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Cancer Survivor Wants Changes

A breast cancer survivor thinks some Island women who have dense breasts, don't know it, and therefore at greater risk. She wants changes to how women with dense breasts are screened for cancer.

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Monopoly Man

Monopoly collector is rolling the dice on selling off his collection. He tells us how he came to have nearly 50 copies of the game.

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Lennon Fundraiser

Susan Davis is hoping no other Island family has to go through what hers has. Her son Steven died from an accidental drug overdose last year, and now she's helping raise funds for a planned recovery house.

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Confederate Flag

A man in Queens County says 3 flags went missing from his house last week. One of them was the Confederate flag. He says it's a way to honor soliders from the civil war. But not everyone sees it that way. We talked to an American academic to hear some of

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Students Leaving Early

A Jr High School about what happens during those last few days of school that are still considered "instructional".

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Stink Bug Warning

We'll hear about the brown marmorated stink bug and why Islanders are being asked to keep an eye out for them. Christine Noronha is a researcher in etymology with Agriculture and Agri-food Canada

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Sovereign's Medal for Volunteers

A long time volunteer and community builder has been has been recognised by the Governor General. She's been involved with health care and culture within the Mi'kmaq community.

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Sports Academy for Island Athletes

The Founder of a new private school plans to help young Island athletes study and play sports at the same time.

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Newcomers Sharing Stories

Hear about a new website created by a group newcomers to promote the positive contribution of immigrants on PEI and around the world.

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Paul Couvrette's medically assisted death

Liana Brittan shares the story of her husband's choice for a medically-assisted death. Paul Couvrette chose to die on the couple's 14th anniversary.

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Favourite Teacher #3

Part 3 and the final in our favourite teacher series. Today, Jamie Crawford from Charlottetown about hir choice for favourite teacher.

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Goat ban makes family move from Cornwall

Rosalyn Abbott says her family will move out of Cornwall after being ordered to get rid of two goats living with the family.

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Favourite Teacher #2

Part 2 of our favourite teacher series. Today, Jenny Wooldridge from Charlottetown about her choice for favourite teacher.

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Upstream Solution to Health Care

Understanding the so-called "social determinants" can help us prevent health problems before they happen. That's the idea behind the non-profit group, Upstream.

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Ebb & Flow

A new artist in residence program is coming to The Dunk. The Canada 150 project will see musicians writing and performing music at the popular music venue.

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Favourite Teacher #1

Part of our series we'll run over the next three days as Islanders share memories of their favourite teachers.

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Animal Rescue Team

Hearing about the need for the Canadian Disaster Animal Response Team on Prince Edward Island. Ron McConnell explains how this volunteer organisation would step in to help rescue animals.

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Bus Driver Wins Award

Souris school bus driver talks about the surprise of receiving the 2017 School Bus Driver Award, after 32 years of service.

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Artist Meets Governor General

Artist Becka Viau drops in to chat about receiving Meritorious Service Medal by governor general, David Johnston. The award recognises her contribution to the Island's arts community

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Parkinson's Ride

After five days and 273 kilometers, a group of friends with Parkinson's Disease have completed their bike trip accross the province.

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Microphone Video

We heard about a plan to use music in Island classrooms--with the goal of opening up a conversation on consent.

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Cammie's Journey

An update with 10 year old Cameron Richard after years of battling cancer. Her mother says she is disease-free and that it's nothing short of a miracle.

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Political Panel - Parties and Teachers

Political panellists, Paul McNeill, Mary Lynn Kane and Dennis King drop by to talk about the latest poll numbers, what's new in PEI's education system and who's thrown their hat in the ring for the PC party leadership.

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Viewfinder's Filmmaker

Morell Regional High School grad gave himself a challenge for his school project, make an historical short film, on a modest budget. Here is his story of success.

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Final Teacher Allocation Numbers

The Public Schools Branch has released the numbers of how many teachers each school will have. Bethany MacLeod explains what it will mean for teachers.

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Stroke Survivor's Tale

Tim Bolger is happy to talk about life after a stroke at age 52. He shares his story and offers advice.

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New Business for Newcomers

One of 12 newcomers who've completed a course on entrepreneurship in Canada explains how the program worked for him.

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Teacher Allocation Details

Public School official responds after a concerned parent rally. He promises parents will find out very soon, about the teacher allocation plans.

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Concerned Parent's Rally

A member of the parent council at Kinkora Regional High School has plans to rally to get some answers from government. She needs to know parents will be heard.

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Cats vs Birds

Rosemary Curley and Dr. Helene Van Donick weigh in on the debate around whether cats should be kept inside to protect themselves and birds.

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Pedalling Parkies

Two Islanders with young onset Parkinsons will be part of a group of people with Parkinsons biking the Confederation Trail across the Island.

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New Catholic rules for Family Service

Putting the 'Catholic' back in Catholic Family Services. Bishop Richard Grecco explains the new vision for the organization.

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Sean Casey Electoral Reform

We heard about a vote last night in the House of Commons, and why an Island MP says he was one of only two Liberals to go against his party.

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My Energy Xpert

Not sure if changing to LED lightbulbs or adding insulation is worth your money? A new online tool will soon help.

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Holding onto your French

Kyle Gill of Jeunesse Acadienne et Francophone de l'Île-du-Prince-Édouard say immersion students should join the group to practice French.

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Gymnast medals in Montreal

Alex Mann is a busy student and gymnastics coach who can add national medal winner to his list of accomplishments.

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Verge Of Homelessness

Lize Keenan says she's on the verge of homelessness because of the city's lack of affordable housing.

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From Cornwall to Cambridge

Hannah Taylor drops by to chat about embarking on an adventure at one the world's top schools.

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Bridge Bike Lane

Josh Underhay is excited about the announcement of a new bike lane on the Hillsborough Bridge. He says cyclists have been waiting for a long time.

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Ramadan Food Drive

Najam Chishti explains how a charity event will help in the celebrations surrounding Ramadan.

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Suicide Strategy Reaction

An Island group believes proposed timeline isn't fast enough for the province's new suicide prevention strategy.

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Travelling 20 Countries

All the way to Kyoto to catch up with Nicholas A'Hearn on his 20 countries journey. He is happy to share some of his adventures.

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