Arturo Chang

Reporter

Arturo Chang is a digital reporter with CBC P.E.I. He previously worked for BNN Bloomberg. You can reach him at arturo.chang@cbc.ca.

Latest from Arturo Chang

Charlottetown e-scooter company says it welcomes regulation

The owner of a new electric scooter company in Charlottetown said he believes regulations will improve his business. 

Newcomers come to P.E.I. seeking to leave Mexican megachurch in the past

They met at a music class in Sinaloa, northern Mexico. They immediately hit it off and started dating. But something was off.

Red Cross says it's giving vulnerable Islanders priority amid long lineups for Fiona relief money

Countless Islanders are still waiting to receive the financial assistance the Canadian Red Cross is providing to those impacted by post-tropical storm Fiona.

Charlottetown council unanimously rescinds emergency shelter deferral

Charlottetown city council has unanimously voted to rescind its deferral on a decision to allow a provincial emergency shelter to open on Park Street, next to the old government garage. 

Evangeline seniors get knitting to help children in need this winter

Elderly Islanders with a passion for knitting may have an opportunity to put their hands to work for a good cause.

Island groups look to brighten Thanksgiving despite ongoing power outages

Thousands of Maritime Electric customers have had their power restored this weekend, but many Islanders are still expected to spend Thanksgiving Monday in the dark.

Charlottetown residents protest record rent hike as they deal with Fiona hardships

About a hundred Charlottetown residents gathered in the city's downtown Saturday to protest the rent hikes coming into effect in 2023.

Islanders leave homes for other accommodations as power outages continue 6 days after Fiona

Islanders who are still without power or water almost a week after post-tropical storm Fiona hit P.E.I. say they've been left with no choice but to leave their homes and find another place to stay.

P.E.I. potato farmers worried excess moisture caused by Fiona may damage crops

P.E.I. potato farmers say they're concerned excessive moisture in the fields caused by Fiona may lead their produce to rot in storage — though they hope that's not the case.

Maritime Electric hits milestone with power back for half of its customers on P.E.I.

Maritime Electric workers on P.E.I. are feeling a new optimism after hitting two benchmarks Wednesday night for restoring power following post-tropical storm Fiona.

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