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Island Morning Policital Panel Dec. 18, 14

Island Morning's political panel of Paul MacNeill, Wayne Collins and Jordan Brown offer their political naughty and nice lists for the this holiday season.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:15:48]


Military Family Resource Centre

Nancy Russell visits P.E.I.'s new Military Family Resource Centre to find out how it is helping Island military families.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:02:19]


Starlings arrive for night at Hillsborough Bridge

Up to 10 thousand starlings create a spectacular display of flying acrobatics every dawn and dusk above the Hillsborough Bridge. We learned why they move in formation.

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A visit to Bob-Mart

Bob Campbell has worked as a Youth Worker at Montague Consolidated School for 14 years. He started a free store in the school to help students with everything from clothing to school supplies and food.

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Alicia Barlow on Navy awards

Alicia Barlow won two major awards for the Navy, in two different countries. She explains what it was like, while her CO explains what makes her an ideal winner.

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A Headstone for Lilly

Joan Melanson explains why she is working to make sure Lilian Roache's grave has a headstone.

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Helping kids learn to cook

A new program is going to help kids learn to cook, an organizers are hoping the public can help with doantions of pots and pans.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:08:03]


Island Morning Policital Panel Nov. 28,14

Paul MacNeill, Wayne Collins and Jordan Brown discuss the fall legislative sessions and leadershi races for the Liberal and PC party.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:17:24]


Act of Kindness

80 year old Lois Campbell is smiling after a receiving a random act of kindness from a group of children. And now she is paying it forward...

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[mp3 file: runs 00:07:14]


Political Panel

Island Morning's Political Panel....Paul MacNeill and guest panelists Jordan Brown and Margaret Anne Walsh talk about some names being tossed around for the Liberal leadership, as well as the standing committee's recommendation to KEEP the moratorium on

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[mp3 file: runs 00:16:40]


Islanders star Sprong waits for passport

Daneil Sprong explains that while he waits for a passport from his new adopted home he can't play for Team Cabnada.

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Premier Robert Ghiz

Matt Rainnie spoke with Premier Robert Ghiz

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[mp3 file: runs 00:12:46]


Island Morning Political Panel Nov. 14, 14

Paul MacNeill,publisher of the Eastern and West Prince Graphic newspapers, Charlottetown lawyer Jordan Brown and former MLA and broadcaster Wayne Collins talk about the resignation of Robert Ghiz.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:18:40]


Kristen Cameron's wheelchair rugby dreams

Kristen Cameron talks about the strides she has made since being paralyzed by a drunk driver four years ago.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:02:00]


Dating and the divorced minister

Rachel Campbell completed her Master's thesis on Church gossip, and now the soon to be minister is researching'Ethics of Singleness and the Divorced minister.'

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Remembering Padre Alfred Seaman

Reverend Tom Hamilton's moving tribute to a fellow chaplain, who lost his life in World War ll. He now shares the story of Padre Alfred Seaman.

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Minster Currie on P.E.I. abortion policy

Health Minister Doug Currie speaks on the government decision to maintain status quo and not allow abortions on the Island.

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Ringing the cancer bell

Kyle Osmond was 21 when he was diagnosed with lymphoma. On the one year anniversary of his last treatment, his aunt from Ontario sent a special bell to P.E.I. One that many patients now

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[mp3 file: runs 00:03:42]


Halloween, deamons and devils

UPEI professor Richard Raiswell stops in for a visit to talk about demons ,the devil and his new book on the sightings.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:33]


Crime in Summerside

The candidates for mayor of Summersdie both acknowledge crime is an issue in the community. As Julia Cook reports both have different ways of dealing with it.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:03:38]


Johnny Doull

Island body builder Johnny Doull explains how an educational assistant helped him find his passion for the gym and body building.

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Montreal Expos Nostalgia

Remembering the Montreal Expos. Expos fan Campbell Webster has a unique place to celebrate his team's glory years. He has installed two seats from Jarry Park -- where the Expos used to play -- at his coffee shop in Charlottetown.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:05:42]


Political Panel Oct. 24, 2014

Island Morning's Political Panel, Paul MacNeill and guest panelists Jordan Brown and Margaret Anne Walsh discuss the shootings in Ottawa, abortion access on PEI and the backlog of Freedom of Information Requests.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:14:18]


Marathon success

The 11th P.E.I. Marathon was the biggest yet with over 3,000 people participating. CBC talked to some of the participants and lead organizer.

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Sunflowers for a Kenya Classroom

The sunflower is often seen as a symbol of strength and hope. It's perfectly suited to be part of the fundraising effort called Callum's Classroom to build classrooms for students in Kenya. Matt talked to Nancy Russell about the fundraiser.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:06:33]


Searching for more women entrepeneurs

Hannah Bell of the PEI Women's Business Association talks about the advantages of having more women owning thier own businesses.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:01:38]


CHANCES Health Clinic

CHANCES Family Centre has hired a nurse-practitioner. Mary-Catherine Connolly will work at Chances new community health clinic in Charlottetown. Executive Director Ann Robertson and Connolly explained the project.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:03:44]


Potato Recall

Gary Linkletter says he is making changes to his plant even though it appears someone outside the supply chain tampered with a bag of potatoes. A man from Labrador found a needle in one of his spuds.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:03:44]


Island Morning Social Media Panel

@davecormier and @BethPJohnston talk about the use of social media as a protest tool, and just how organized an unruly mob can be.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:05:21]


Research on Tap

Assistant UPEI nursing professor Dr. Christina Murray talks about her research on women left to run the family when their husbands are working out west. A study that found men spend an average of 60 days at home every year when they work in the oil patc

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[mp3 file: runs 00:04:51]


Feeding Hong Kong protesters

Andrea McCarvill is supporting protesters upset at Beijing's plans to approve candidates for future leadership elections. She is from P.E.I. living in Hong Kong for the last decade.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:01:32]


Turtle rescue off Egmont Bay

Alcide Arsenault explains what it was like to find an endangered leatherback turtle stranded in his lobster gear.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:04:17]


PEI Vinefest

Sundi Richard and Daniel Lynds stop by Island Morning on the first day of PEI Vinefest.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:04:27]


Political Panel

Island Morning's political panel of Paul MacNeill, Jordan Brown and Margaret Anne Walsh talk about the Liberal nomination in Egmont, and the school board strategic plan.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:14:43]


Goodbye Lucy

Lucy helped Randy Quinn navigate the streets of Charlottetown for over a decade. But now it's time for Lucy the guide dog to retire. We met up with them both as they get ready to say bye.

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