Nicola MacLeod is a reporter with CBC in P.E.I.
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Police say use of tear gas was 'right deployment' in Charlottetown drug raid
A police raid in downtown Charlottetown Thursday ended with two arrests and the seizure of drugs, cash and weapons, according to a news release the Charlottetown police issued on Friday.
Construction groups warn homeowners to get quotes, ask questions as building boom continues
Two P.E.I. associations in the home construction and renovation industry say they are receiving weekly calls from home owners who are dissatisfied with the contractors or builders they've hired.
P.E.I. will have fewer Moderna vaccine doses in the coming weeks
P.E.I. Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Heather Morrison says the province’s Moderna vaccine shipment will be less than anticipated this month.
P.E.I. confirms presence of coronavirus variant first found in U.K.
P.E.I. has confirmed that the coronavirus variant first found in the U.K. has been detected on P.E.I.
Chez-Nous planning to move remaining residents, staff to Summerside facility
The president of the board at La Coopérative Le Chez-Nous says the remaining residents of the Wellington long-term care facility are going to be moved to Summerside.
Feds, province announce $31M for unspecified Island road projects
The provincial and federal governments have announced 173 kilometres of Island roads will be getting a $31.7-million upgrade.
Driver hits tree in Charlottetown yard
Charlottetown Police say a 32-year-old Summerside man faces impaired driving charges in connection with a car crash early Saturday morning.
Fewer sniffles, no flu: P.E.I. seeing 'unintended impacts' of COVID-19 measures
Ten months after the COVID-19 pandemic began, Islanders may be starting to see some of the unintended benefits of the province’s public health measures: fewer respiratory illnesses and virtually no influenza.
P.E.I. pharmacists in talks with Chief Public Health Office to give COVID-19 shots
The executive director of the P.E.I. Pharmacists Association says there have been talks with public health officials around having pharmacists distribute and administer COVID-19 vaccines.
Everyone in long-term, community care to get 1st dose of vaccine by Jan. 22
P.E.I. Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Heather Morrison says her office hopes all staff and residents in community and long-term care facilities on the Island will have received their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine by Jan. 22.