Julie Clow is a senior producer at CBC in P.E.I. She has worked as a producer for CBC bureaus in New Brunswick, Washington D.C. and Toronto.
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Proposed apartment building too tall for area, says Charlottetown's city planner
The proposal for an eight-storey apartment building for downtown Charlottetown wasn't compatible with the official plan, according to the city's manager of planning and development.
P.E.I. fuel prices fall across the board
Christmas shoppers out and about on Friday will get a break when they fill up their tanks.
Spending shows it's 'tough times' for Islanders in latest fiscal update
The province is now predicting a $98.6 million deficit, one million dollars more than anticipated in this year’s original operating budget.
Gender-based violence not going away, says advocate
More than 30 years after a gunman rampaged through Montreal’s École Polytechnique killing 14 women, gender-based violence still haunts communities across Canada, including P.E.I.
New mayor and council elected in Murray River
Murray River, P.E.I. has elected a new mayor and council.
Murray River citizens voting for mayor and full council
Residents of Murray River are casting their votes in the town’s election Monday, with the mayor's job and five councillor positions at stake.
Need beats pride as Islanders head into tough holiday season
Volunteers at the Souris Lions Club say there's been an increase in people who need a helping hand in the last few decades, and the club has had to work harder to meet that need.
Charlottetown Festival is closing the curtain on paper programs
P.E.I.’s oldest theatre festival is trying something new this summer: Theatre-goers at The Charlottetown Festival won’t be leaving with a souvenir program.
Gas, furnace oil prices increase on P.E.I.
The price of gas and other fuels is up Friday morning on P.E.I.
Atlantic premiers want federal government to postpone new clean fuel rules
The four premiers from Atlantic Canada want the federal government to delay implementation of its new clean fuel regulations. But Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault's office says refinery profits have been growing and 'there is simply no reason that they need to push costs onto consumers on July 1.'