Carolyn Ryan is the acting digital senior producer at CBC Charlottetown.
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King says now not the time for P.E.I. to give up any vaccine doses
Prince Edward Island’s premier is rejecting calls in some quarters for provinces with few COVID-19 cases to send their vaccine allocations to worse-off regions.
P.E.I. health card no longer needed to get COVID-19 vaccine, says province
Holding a Prince Edward Island health card is no longer a must for people on the Island who want to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.
4 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed on P.E.I.
Prince Edward Island has diagnosed four more people as having COVID-19, including a male under 19 who is involved in minor sports, the Chief Public Health Office said late Friday.
The good, the bad and the in-between: Reaction to the P.E.I. budget
A reduction in small-business tax and help for health care, housing, education and daycare got high marks from some Island groups Friday. But the King government's budget was also called "a soaring narrative filled with exaggerated words of hope and self-praise."
Drop in hotel and food jobs a factor as P.E.I. employment fell in February
After months of healthier employment statistics than the country as a whole, P.E.I. bucked the trend in February, with employment falling by 500 jobs compared to a 259,000-job gain for Canada overall.
Where Islanders might have been exposed to COVID-19 — and where to get tested
Tough new COVID-19 measures kicked in at midnight Sunday, meaning some things are no longer possible on the Island until at least midnight on Wednesday.
Charlottetown restaurant latest possible COVID-19 exposure site as new case confirmed
Dr. Heather Morrison says Prince Edward Island public health officials are thinking about whether new circuit breaker measures are needed in light of six new COVID-19 cases this week — including a case linked to a previously unknown potential public exposure at a Charlottetown restaurant.
On a nutrition mission: P.E.I.'s most fervent cabbage fan plans cookbook
Some people casually say they 'love' this food or that food. When it’s Ann Thurlow and the food is cabbage, the verb is used repeatedly and passionately.
47 COVID-19 tests and still on the road: The life of a travelling surgeon
A trauma and orthopedic surgeon has been splitting his time between work in three New Brunswick hospitals and his home and family in P.E.I. And he's got dozens of COVID-19 test results to show for it.
Veterans Affairs staff to spend years away from Daniel J. MacDonald Building
The federal Department of Veterans Affairs confirms that no employees will be working from the Daniel J. MacDonald Building in downtown Charlottetown during planned renovations, adding to the stretch of near-vacancy since the COVID-19 pandemic began.