Jessica Doria-Brown


Jessica Doria-Brown is a videojournalist with CBC in P.E.I. Originally from Toronto, Jessica has worked for CBC in Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick, and Ontario.

Latest from Jessica Doria-Brown

Eastern P.E.I. restaurant will serve up a side of child care this fall

The owners of a restaurant in Souris, P.E.I. have come up with a unique way to stay busy during the traditionally slow off-season: by offering after-school care to children in the area. 

P.E.I.'s Maritime Christian College moves entirely online

P.E.I.'s Maritime Christian College has stopped in-person instruction and moved its degree programs and certificates entirely online. 

Summerside student and teacher with shared diagnosis team up to help others

An Island student-teacher pair is working together to raise awareness about Crohn’s and colitis on P.E.I.

Too much tulip traffic: Grower asking Islanders to take photos elsewhere

An Island tulip grower is asking people taking photos of his flowers to stay out of his fields and visit a nearby tulip U-pick instead.
Atlantic Voice

A living wake: Why this Charlottetown man chose to talk about his medically assisted death

'We are born. We live. We die. It's what you do with the middle part of that sandwich that matters to me.' Listen to Craig Mackie's journey in a new Atlantic Voice documentary.

Team Alberta athletes bring 'lucky loonie' tradition to P.E.I.

Canada Games athletes from Alberta are doing their part to spread good luck at the games — by hiding loonies in areas where they are set to compete. 

Atlantic Vet College now has its own state-of-the-art MRI machine

The Atlantic Veterinary College in Charlottetown is now the proud owner of a state-of-the-art MRI machine, and officials expect it to enhance training, research and treatment. 

Trip to Charlottetown cemetery helps Island students connect with fallen veterans

Some Island elementary school students are getting a unique chance to connect with Canada's military history this week — by visiting cemeteries where veterans are buried.  

EI changes will mean hard winter for many, says P.E.I. seasonal worker

An Island woman says recent changes to the employment insurance program could mean a long, hard winter for many on Prince Edward Island. 

Forestry consultant says P.E.I. woodlots hit hard by Fiona

Some members of P.E.I.'s forestry industry say Fiona caused so much damage to Island woodlots — it may not be possible to recover.