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PEI Pulse: liquid handcuffs, stoned dogs, and swimming goats

The struggle to get off methadone, the growing popularity of the beach goats of P.E.I. and a growing number of cases of dogs eating marijuana. Welcome to episode one of P.E.I Pulse.

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Governing Cannabis Consumption

Gary Demeulenaere with the wheres, whats and hows of cannabis consumption on PEI. We'll hear how the province is preparing and more about the legislation government tabled last week.

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Former Humboldt player

Islander Rob Rice still has the jersey he wore when he played with the Humboldt Broncos in the 1980s. Since the tragic accident in Saskatchewan, he's been thinking a lot about his time with the team and reconnecting with former teammates.

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Seniors meet and eat with newcomers

A group of seniors in Kensington decided they wanted to more about the cultures of those people who now call Canada home. We'll hear who the Senior Surfers have been meeting and eating with and what they've taken away from the experience.

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Poli Panel (New budget but no election)

Another look into PEI's political file with the Poli- Panel. Publisher Paul McNeill consultant Dennis King, lawyer Mary Lynn Kane and Roy Johnston debate the political landscape of PEI. Today's hot topics include the new liberal budget, the new NDP leader and a new independent member stirring the pot at the leg.

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Holocaust memorial

Israel Unger is sharing stories as an author, retired university professor and Holocaust survivor in hopes that the horrors of history, are not repeated. Israel is travelling to PEI for Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day.

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Everybody's got a story to tell

Dave Atkinson drops in with another story straight from the PEI phone book. This time, romance, adventure, and even a heroic dog named Mickie.

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Rick and Morty vs. Dungeons and Dragons

Island comic book artist Troy Little has been hired for a major new project Rick and Morty vs. Dungeons and Dragons. The series is based on the popular animated TV characters Rick and Morty.

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Teaming up for kids lunch program

Upper Room Soup Kitchen and St. Jean Elementary school are teaming up on a pilot project to make sure every student gets the food they need to focus. Tracy Ellsworth and Mike MacDonald explain the need and how the program will work.

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Musician battles cancer

Musician Chris LeClair feels emotional about a benefit to help his family through his battle with an aggressive cancer. Chris has played in bands, taught guitar lessons, helped to coordinate a rock band program in schools and played at many community benefits over the years. Now a group of friends are coming together in support of him.

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Vying for NDP Leadership

Margaret Andrade, Joe Byrne and Susan MacVittie all think they have a plan to pull up the NDP's support numbers. We'll hear how they'd do that, where they stand on electoral reform and more ...

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Peace Of Mind #11 (Final)

Our 'Peace Of Mind' series continues with Jessara Sinclair's overview of the Island's mental health system. In part 11, Health and Wellness Minister Robert Mitchell says he knows there's still work to do when it comes to support for mental health and addictions.

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Living in fear after carjacking

Toshia Noye and her family, still dealing with the trauma as victims of a carjacking in New Brunswick. She says and her young sons have been working hard to put the fear behind them.

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Muddy roads worry emergency workers

Muddy roads on PEI are causing safety concerns for some residents and first responders on PEI. In one area, residents and emergency workers say they'd like to see some improvements for safety's sake.

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Paralympian Legacy

PEI government honours the success of Island paralympians, Mark Arendz and Billy Bridges, with plans to pay tribute to the athletes for years to come.

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Rising cost of farm land

PEI Senator Diane Griffin about report released recently recommending ways to curb the rising cost of farm land. The Senate report, outlines ways to make sure the cost of farmland doesn't freeze people out of the industry, or become a problem for those looking to sell.

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Drag queen storytime

A drag queen named "Whatshername" sharing songs, stories and a message of acceptance with a crowd of more than 80 people at Confederation Centre public library.

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Surviving war but not PTSD

Harry Forestell with this story of the Silver Cross family that lost two sons to PTSD, in the aftermath of Afghanistan. Soldiers Ron and Ryan Anderson died at home in Canada, unable to deal with what they saw and did during war.

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Peace Of Mind #10

Our 'Peace Of Mind' series continues with Jessara Sinclair's overview of the Island's mental health system. In part 10, Jessara looks at wait times for people wanting to see a psychiatrist.

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Fighting 2 zone EI system

Carl Phillis is advocating for the eradication of the 2-zone EI system on PEI. He says he's being "punished for being poor" as a result of the switch.

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Holland College suspends programs

Sandy MacDonald says low enrolment, and evolving technology are key factors in a recent decision to cancel some programs at Holland College. Golf Club Management and the photography-digital imaging will be off the program list in September of this year.

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NHL Legend visits PEI

Hockey legend, Boston defence-man Ray Bourque is excited to be coming to PEI next week to play two charity games.

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Island man still climbing after bad fall

Matt Cormier is making a remarkable recovery after surviving a 30-metre fall off a mountain in New Brunswick just six months ago. We'll hear how he's coming back from a long list of injuries to return to the sport he loves.

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Substitute teacher Shortage

A teacher, a substitute and a Public Schools Branch official on what's causing the shortage in supply of substitute teachers, and what's being done to help alleviate it.

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Peace Of Mind # 9

Our 'Peace Of Mind' series continues with Jessara Sinclair's overview of the Island's mental health system. In part 9, advocates say a new curriculum for teachers will help students learn more about their own mental health.

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Pitching his swing in the Den

One of the country's top fast-pitch players from PEI, has now built the 'Exit Speed Swing' . Jeff Ellsworth will soon pitch the patent-pending product in the Dragon's Den.

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Fake headlines make headlines

A new twitter feed on PEI is making headlines. Neal Gillis says It randomly generates fake PEI news headlines throughout the day.

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Arendz, 6 medals in 10 days

P.E.I.'s Paralympic medalist Mark Arendz hopes his remarkable story can inspire everyone. Five individual medals plus a team medal at the Paralympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang.

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Bridges carrying Silver back to PEI

Three time Paralympic medalist Billy Bridges with his silver medal perspective from the para hockey competition at the Paralympics in Korea.

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Public forum on mental health part# 2

Are mental health services in P.E.I. keeping up with the need? That's the question that was tackled at a public forum hosted by CBC P.E.I. We'll hear excerpts from the event. Guest speakers include Dr .

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Public forum on mental health part#1

Are mental health services in P.E.I. keeping up with the need? That's the question that was tackled at a public forum hosted by CBC P.E.I. We'll hear excerpts from the event. Guest speakers include Dr. Heather Keizer, Sarah Stewart Clark, Bruce Davison and Verna Ryan.

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Mi'kmaq leader wants apology from MP

Mi'kmaq elder Keptin John Joe Sark and MP Wayne Easter react to comments made at a recent meeting about a petition to remove the name Amherst from the a national historic site on P.E.I. Sark says Easter's remarks at the meeting were offensive and racist.

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If I had a million dollars? I'd buy a lobster license

The purchase price of a lobster fishing fleet on P.E.I. is rumoured to be more than a million dollars. Mark Hackett puts buyers and seller together, Shelley Deagle has been asked to sell her boat and license, and 23-year-old Nigel MacDonald and say he can't afford to fish.

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30 years between hockey games

Sean Gracey grew up playing hockey, though he went nearly 30 years without putting on his skates. Now he's back on the ice playing with the old timers, and even letting the kids he drives to school a chance to score on him.

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Before running for local council some advice from P.E.I. politicians

Later this year the 2018 municipal elections are coming up on P.E.I. We decided to ask some local politicians what they wish they knew before their first run at civic politics.

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Loving son creates clothing to help MS

A P.E.I. man has created a line of clothing designed to raise money and awareness for MS. It's in honour of his mother who is also battling the disease.

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Finding healing in Vietnam 50 years later

Serving in Vietnam was a traumatic experience for veteran Kier Kenny. The Island resident recently returned to the country he said he would never visit for the first time in close to 50 years. He found the closure he needed.

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'I'm comfortable with who I am,' a UPEI student share her struggle with mental health

Jane McLaughlin needed to take a year away from her nursing studies and basketball career at UPEI to deal with mental health, now she's sharing her story to help others.

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Lucy Maud Montgomery’s Heritage Minute

A new Heritage Minute is being released that looks at the life and struggles of Lucy Maud Montgomery.

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The women who’ve inspired you

On International Women's Day we wanted to know what women inspire you. So we took to the streets of Charlottetown to find out.We'll tell you what some people had to say.

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Fidget away. This school gives kids a way to burn off energy

A P.E.I. School is helping kids focus in the classroom by offering them some interactive equipment. Ecole Francois Buote has spark bikes, wiggles stools and fidget tools. We'll hear what it means for the students.

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How has 'Me Too' changed your life

We're several months into the Me Too movement and CBC P.E.I. wondered if it is having an impact on the lives of people living far from Hollywood.

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No cow, no problem, how 4H is reaching out to city kids

More than half of the 4H members on P.E.I. don't live on farm. Now Island farmers are opening up their barns to share their animals with kids from town.

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Shattered sunroof scares couple

Imagine you're driving down the highway, when suddenly your sunroof shatters above you. It's what happened to one PEI couple recently, and as it turns out, hundreds of other Canadian drivers. Steve Bruce will bring us that story.

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Happy to win discrimination battle against government

Millie King says she hopes people are inspired by her fight to get more supports for her daughter who has schizophrenia. Listen in to hear about her five year battle, and what she thinks of where things stand now with the province government.

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The landscape of W.S Louson - Harry Holman

"The Edwardian Island through a Camera's Lens-The landscape of W.S Louson" is an exhibit on now at the Confederation Centre art gallery. It shows the works of an amateur photographer who saw many of his photos of PEI, end up in early postcards of the Island. We'll pay a visit to the gallery to speak with the curator of the exhibit, Harry Holman.

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Dutch Thompson - Bygone Days - St David's Day

We'll go back to the by-gone days with our good friend Dutch Thompson. To mark St.David's Day, he'll have stories of slate and coal mining, nannies and Welsh cider.

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NFU concerned about food promotion

The National Farmer's Union has concerns about a new organization on PEI that says it's goal is to educate Islanders about where their food comes from. Farm and Food Care PEI received provincial funding to help promote farming on the Island.

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Islander's Olympic success with Team Korea

Peter Gallant reflects on his experience as head coach of South Korea's women's curling team. An olympic silver medal for South Korea... and incredible memories.

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Eric Payne - Soldier on Sledge

Islander, Eric Payne, has been named captain of the "Soldier On" national sledge hockey team. They are taking part in an international competition later this week...will be practising with NHL alumni...and will be the guests of the NHL at a game in Washington. He'll be by with all the details.

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Mystery at the Lumbercamp

Good food...good music....good laughs...and a good mystery. Ruby Arsenault of Palmer Road will tell us about a real community production taking place this Friday and Saturday night called "Mystery at the Lumber Camp."

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'Sad how good we are at doing lockdowns'

Islander Mark Stevenson teaches in a Florida community about two hours from Parkland. He says he would quit his job before carrying a gun into a classroom. We talked to him just after his own school was on lockdown after gunshots were being fired nearby.

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Scents and sensibility, why you need to cool it with the cologne

After a P.E.I. high school student ended up in hospital staff got students together to remind them to take it easy scented products. Rob Dickson creates care plans for people with environmental illnesses. He explains why it is time for all of us to have a look at what products we are wearing.

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Peace of Mind - Recruiting Psychiatrists

Jesara Sinclair talks to graduating psychiatrists about what they look for when it comes to finding a job. Dr. Heather Keizer also updates Health P.E.I.'s recent recruitment efforts.

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Mark Arendz

He already has silver and bronze. We'll catch up with PEI's Mark Arendz ahead of his third trip to the Paralympics He'll tell us about the hard training and determination ...and what the encouragement from PEI means to him.

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Norman Foote

Juno award-winning children's entertainer Norman Foote, takes to the stage at the Harbourfront Theatre tomorrow evening in a "Pay What It's Worth" show. He is promising a show that will bring a smile to the young and the young at heart. We'll catch up with him.

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Pothole season=Repair Season

Scott Adams, Wayne MacFarlane and Ernie Stanley weigh in on the problems with PEI potholes.

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Medical Assistance in Dying

Dr. Matt Kutcher and Liana Brittain with their thoughts and recommendations on future plans for the 'MAID' procedure - Medical Assistance In Dying.

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Heart not height drives this P.E.I. basketball player

Crohn's Disease has slowed Daniel McIntosh's growth but not his desire to be a better basketball player. A recent family tragedy only added to the 15-year-old's determination to make his team and everyone around him a little bit better.

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Kids with diabetes camp close to home

After a camp for kids with diabetes was moved from P.E.I. a group of parents has come together to offer an alternative camping experience without leaving the province.

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Anti Gambling message takes a hit

Advocates say they're disappointed, and are calling for a review of the province's responsible gaming strategy. Reporter Kerry Campbell joins us with the details.

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What Islanders think about winter

Molly Pendergast and Nicole Williams hit the streets of Charlottetown to find out what Islanders think about this winter's unusual weather.

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Islander shapes Olympic curling broadcasts

Robbie Doherty has picked up a job at the Olympics as a spotter for the curling competition. He helps international broadcasters understand why curlers have picked their shots and how the rocks will move.

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Film equipment free for female filmmakers

Well-known actor, Jonathan Torrens, is looking to support east coast female filmmakers, by offering free equipment rentals for film projects.

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Islander part of groundbreaking research at Harvard

Justin Pater: accepted to Harvard University as a post-doctoral fellow at the Dana-Farber Cancer Instititute. Working in cancer genetics and drug discovery research.

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Putting on weight to help improve mental health service

Vincent Adams is wearing a 50 pound vest on his back to raise funds for Lennon House. He hopes the "weight of the world" fundraiser will help with awareness about mental health issues.

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11 year old saves his sisters life

Haley Matheon had an operation that saved her life. And it was all possible because her 11-year-old brother volunteered to donate his bone marrow. We'll check in with the family as they reflect on the past year and Haley's road to recovery.

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Of maps and MLAs; Island Morning political panel

Paul MacNeill, Mary Lynn Kane and Dennis King discuss the "what if" map that shows how P.E.I.'s electoral maps would change if residents support proportional representation.

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'He knows we're hurting, he knows we're prepared to take this forward.'

Jason Driscoll died by suicide last May. On March 1st, what would have been his 22nd birthday, his parents will be celebrating his life and hope everyone on P.E.I. will have some ice cream to raise mental health awareness.

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Men Matter: male survivors of sexual abuse

Ian Forgeron is a program facilitator for the Men Matter group on PEI. He's bringing men together to begin a journey of trauma recovery after being victims of male sexual abuse.

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Missing my mom: Island Woman wants answers from inquiry

Barbara Bernard told her story at the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls in Moncton. We'll hear from her, and some of her recommendations to the inquiry.

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Golden anniversary: Dave "Eli" MacEachern

It was 20 years ago this week, that Dave "Eli" MacEachern became the first person in PEI history to step onto the Olympic gold podium in Nagano.

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Peace Of Mind - Part 7

Our 'Peace Of Mind' series continues with Jessara Sinclair's overview of the Island's mental health system. There's been a lot of talk about the need to replace PEI's psychiatric hospital. We'll get a tour of the facility from the province's chief of mental health and addictions, Dr. Heather Keizer

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Addiction: High school students hear first hand

Kelsey Ford and Kyle Buote share stories of personal stories of addiction and recovery with students at Bluefield High School.

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Inspectors help with food safety violations

Ryan Neale, from the provincial health department, explains what happens when food establishments are found lacking in food safety.

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The Kindness of Kids

Marie McGaugh: sometimes the kids are teaching the teacher. A kind action from kindergarten kids, catches the attention of their substitute teacher at Souris Regional.

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Islanders want barriers on bridge

Concerned Islanders want more safety measures on the Hillsborough bridge. Sarah Stewart Clark and Amanda Brazil propose that such measures could help people in crisis.

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Goalie Ava Boutilier breaking through in US college hockey

She turned down prep schools and switching to women's hockey to male hockey on P.E.I. Now Ava Boutilier is a freshman at the University of New Hampshire, the team's starting goalie, and hoping to be part of Canada's national women's team.

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Reducing barriers for women working in agriculture

Mary Robinson explains how a new proposed 3 year project will help attract more women to the agriculture sector.

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Family Service offers infertility counselling

Kathy Jones says people who are experiencing infertility can now access counselling through Family Service PEI. She knows, first hand, some of the emotions people go through and she wants others, to know they're not alone.

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Doll maker's passion to help children

Nancy Maclean: She heard the story behind the Izzy Doll and decided to pick up her knitting needles and get involved.

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Farmers mental health program needs more money

Robert Godfrey, says the popular Farmer Assistance Program needs more money to help Island farmers and their families deal with things like depression and anxiety.

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Angie's year: triple bypass and new baby

Angie MacCaull didn't think she'd end up having triple by-pass surgery to save her life. She shares her message for other young, healthy people like herself. People need to listen to what their bodies are telling.

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Islanders air their 'pet- peeves' on facebook

Traffic, roundabouts and the question "who's your father?" have all made the list of Islanders' pet peeves on the Historic PEI Facebook page this week.

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An 89-year-old boxer loves mixing it up in the gym

Recovering from a stroke that left part of him paralysed... 89-year-old Herman Sewuster is lacing up boxing gloves and sparring to help improve his coordination and strength.

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Peace Of Mind - Part 6

Our 'Peace Of Mind' series continues with Jessara Sinclair checking in on PEI's mental health walk in clinics -- who's using them and what work still needs to be done.

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Transitioning from female to male

For 37-year-old Jay Gallant transitioning from female to male has been a difficult road. He's hoping the province will cover more surgeries and provide more information and support.

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Pastor refuses to check box

Philip Woodworth is not comfortable signing off on requirements for the Canada Summer Jobs program. He is concerned the reproductive rights issue is now part of application process.

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Kombucha crackdown ends on P.E.I.

An Island liquor inspector was just doing their job when they stopped a local restaurant from selling kombucha. The minister responsible for the liquor laws has torn up the warning and says kombucha can flow again.

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