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  • What do you miss the most when you leave Prince Edward Island?

    Okay, so if we asked you for Islander Day what you miss most when you leave P.E.I....would storm days be on the list???? If not, what DO you miss when you're away from Prince Edward Island...whether you're away for a visit, or live far away. We'll share your thoughts Monday on Islander Day. 96.1 FM


    Dominique Chouinard: When I'm off Island, I miss the sunsets!!!

    Tina Peters-White:  i miss the friendly folks when I am off the Island...

    Claire Muir: I don't think I could stand living too far away from any shoreline! Wherever you live on PEI, you're only a short drive or walk from a great beach and a great walk...in the summer of course! - I'm "up West" and we have some of THE BEST "undiscovered by tourists" sweet summer spots! :)

    Joanne Ings: The salt air... I feel claustrophobic.

    Doreen Pippy: Storm Days are definitely on my list!!!

    Maureen Campbell-HanleyOf course storm days, we really do them best. But honestly every time I've lived elsewhere I miss summer daisies. They are spectacular her.

    Lobie Daughton: Predictable, I know, but I miss the Charlottetown Farmers' Market. I go to markets everywhere I travel, but have never found a better one

    Anna Baldacchino: What I miss the most when I am not on PEI are the Fall colours! I also miss the different berries we get on the Island and most of all the peace and quiet of the place!

    Shannon O'Connor: I miss the salt air the most...but the lupins are a close second! :)

    Lori Sipe MacLeanwhen I do leave the island for trips away...i miss the clean spring/summer air and the nice breeze. also the slower pace of our small island. such a nice thing to come home to after a trip away.

    What do you miss most when you leave Prince Edward Island? Call Talkback at 1-800-680-1898 or send us an email at islandmorning@cbc.ca and tune into Island Morning on Islander Day, Monday February 21st!


  • Tops in the concrete world

    Jody Knockwood placed second in the Wacker Neuson Trowel Challenge was held at the World of Concrete show in Las Vegas last month. Here's a picture of him on his machine in Charlottetown.


  • Hannah MacLellan's message!

    Check out Hannah's story in our Island Morning podcasts.



  • Free Yoga

    Andrew from Moksha Charlottetown was in for Fit Fridays and tossed in an extra for listeners. The first 20 people to dop by the Charlottetown studio and say they heard our segment will recieve a free class.  Check out the link above for class times.

  • Follow Team P.E.I.

    The Canada Winter Games run from February 11th through February 27th in Halifax and area.

    You can follow Team P.E.I. here:





    Tune in to hear reporter Brendan Elliott as he covers the Games from start to finish. We'll have lots of coverage on Island Morning, 96.1 FM.

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