Mikee Mutuc

Mikee Mutuc is a reporter and producer with CBC P.E.I. She was previously based in Toronto, and has worked on stories for CBC's The National, CBC's Cross Country Checkup, CBC Toronto and CBC Kids News. She graduated with a bachelor of journalism degree from Humber College in 2019. You can email story ideas to: Mikee.Mutuc@cbc.ca.

Latest from Mikee Mutuc

Organizer says P.E.I. midwifery program on track for approval by end of year

The organizer in charge of developing a long-awaited midwifery program on Prince Edward Island says regulations are on track to be approved by the end of this year.

P.E.I.'s rising population has planners trying to keep ahead of the curve

A legislative committee has been given a look at P.E.I.'s updated population action plan. It estimates the province's population could hit 201,000 by 2035 — and suggests what will have to change by then.

How this P.E.I. caterer is preparing its 1st in-person Indian harvest festival feast

A P.E.I. family-run caterer is preparing a grand feast as part of an annual Indian harvest festival called Onam, a 10-day event going from Aug. 30 to Sept. 8 this year. It marks the first month of the calendar year for the Malayali people — an ethnolinguistic group from Kerala, India.

COVID-19 vaccine for youngest Canadians 'good news' says P.E.I. CPHO

Some parents on P.E.I. are welcoming the news of Health Canada approving Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine for children under five in Canada, but the province's Chief Public Health Office says the rollout plans for vaccinating kids is still in the works.

P.E.I. dental offices facing staffing issues, appointment backlogs

An Island-wide staffing shortage in dental clinics is forcing some patients on P.E.I. to wait for months before receiving the care they need.

Walk-in clinics on P.E.I. in high demand due to doctor shortage

The hottest ticket on P.E.I. these days isn't for a concert or a sports event, but rather to see a doctor at a walk-in clinic, especially for the increasing number of people without a family physician.

At-risk species need legal protection, says P.E.I. Official Opposition

The Official Opposition is calling on the provincial government to establish an advisory committee immediately to monitor at-risk species on P.E.I.

Islanders continue to give as grateful charities deal with high cost of living

Rising inflation and fuel prices have taken a toll on the charities that have worked to help the most vulnerable people on the Island during the COVID-19 pandemic.

P.E.I. contractors ask province for help as fuel prices eat up construction budgets

The Construction Association of P.E.I. is hoping the province can help alleviate contractors who have been impacted by the volatility of fuel costs on the Island.

P.E.I. School Food Program website down until fall

At least 3,500 parents who use the P.E.I. School Food Program will no longer be able to pre-pay their children's meals until next year. As of May 14, the website that is used to order online has completely shut off due to technical issues that can't be rectified in the short term.