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#18: Kidney sisters, running a marathon with MS and a 6-year-old drummer
This week, we hear from two women united by one kidney donor, find out how a man with MS who couldn't walk a year ago is training for the P.E.I. marathon, and meet a 6-year-old with a passion for drumming.
Download #18: Kidney sisters, running a marathon with MS and a 6-year-old drummer
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#17: 'Rural communities are losing people - we wanted to buck that trend'
We hear about how Islanders rallied to support Alex Gallant when he was injured working on a farm in Alberta, we'll find out what a P.E.I. village is doing to prevent short-term rentals, and we'll follow one man's transition from working abroad in the oil industry to working on an organic farm.
Download #17: 'Rural communities are losing people - we wanted to buck that trend'
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#16: No more bottles in the ocean and finding a future
We find out why throwing a message in a bottle into the ocean is bad for the environment, visit the workshop of a man with a passion for model shipbuilding, and hear one Islander's story of finding direction and focusing on the future.
Download #16: No more bottles in the ocean and finding a future
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#15: 'Don't call Catherine my friend, call her my wife!'
It's Pride week on P.E.I., and this week on P.E.I. Pulse we bring you two powerful and personal stories about coming out.
Download #15: 'Don't call Catherine my friend, call her my wife!'
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#14: When breathing is a struggle and ugly part of history
This week, we hear about what life is like with COPD from one of the 8,000 Islanders who has the disorder, find out more about an uglier side of Charlottetown's history, and meet the 19-year-old Islander who is bringing home multiple awards for highland dancing.
Download #14: When breathing is a struggle and ugly part of history
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#13: Finding a way forward, and what people lose at a music festival
We head to the Village of Tignish with a look at how the town has found its way forward, we visit cobbler Dave Currie's workshop and we'll sift through the Cavendish Beach Music Festival's lost and found.
Download #13: Finding a way forward, and what people lose at a music festival
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#12: Waiting for a new heart, a new camp for kids with diabetes, and the joys and pains of summer jobs
We check in the family of an Island baby who is waiting for a new heart, talk to kids about how their week has been at the newly-established P.E.I. Diabetic Camp, and we'll hear about some of your most memorable summer jobs - the good, the bad and the very odd.
#11: Powering through Crohn's, swarms of bees and keeping trails clean
We hear about how Arlene Van Diepen powered through health challenges to get to a power lifting championship, learn what to do if you see a swarm of bees, and get a walk through of a new initiative to keep Island trails free of litter.
Download #11: Powering through Crohn's, swarms of bees and keeping trails clean
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#10: Farmers and mental health, the cycle of poverty and the gift of a kidney
We'll hear from two friends now connected by a kidney, talk about the cycle of poverty and why more Islanders are considered low income, and there have been two recent suicides in the Island's farming community - we'll hear about what others can do when they need help.
Download #10: Farmers and mental health, the cycle of poverty and the gift of a kidney
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#9: Damaged vehicles, literacy at 58 and poke on the beach
Sally Pitt shares her investigation into vehicles being damaged by a "hailstorm of rocks," we'll meet a carpenter who learned to read and write 40 years after leaving school, and we'll hear about the new poké restaurant in P.E.I. - and what it might mean to the local tuna industry.
Download #9: Damaged vehicles, literacy at 58 and poke on the beach
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#8: From oil platform to the ER, travelling for a summer job and cancer survivor
A musician tells us about his move from the oil patch to an emergency room in a rural hospital in P.E.I. , we hear from two Irish students on a summer job thousands of kilometres from home and a cancer survivor who finds inspiration in Harry Potter.
Download #8: From oil platform to the ER, travelling for a summer job and cancer survivor
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#7: Tick hunting, note in a bottle and The Buzz
We'll meet the tick hunters who are hoping to get more information of the tiny insects, hear about a note found in a bottle washed ashore and we'll also check in with the people behind The Buzz as the monthly arts and culture magazine celebrates 25 years.
Download #7: Tick hunting, note in a bottle and The Buzz
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