This week marks the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
Island Morning and Mainstreet are replaying some of the reaction on Prince Edward Island to the World Trade Centre attacks and the events that followed.
Summer resident and entrepreneur Doug Hall was in New York the day of the attacks. Former Island Morning host Wayne Collins spoke with him the morning of September 12, 2001.
Most Islanders can remember what they were doing the day of the 9/11 attacks. That is especially true for American citizens living on Prince Edward Island. Here's the CBC's Pat Martel speaking with American Vet College students at U.P.E.I., who were watching the live coverage.
During times of tragedy, many people turn to their faith. That's why on September 11, 2001 Island churches opened their doors for vigils, prayer and comfort. Here's the CBC's Sheila Taylor speaking with Minister Gail Hopkirk of the United Church in Cornwall.
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