Noah Richardson has worked for CBC News in London, England, and on Prince Edward Island. He is a recent Carleton University journalism graduate. Follow him on Twitter @nrichardsoncbc.
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Coping with the cold: Islanders working outdoors demonstrate resilience
Wednesday's frigid temperatures and high winds put many Islanders to the test as they headed back to work.
Charlottetown police, RCMP canine unit respond to armed robbery
Charlottetown police responded to an armed robbery at One Stop Convenience at the corner of Queen Street and Bayfield at around 10:45 p.m. Thursday.
A global family: UPEI holds holiday dinner for international students
On Thursday, UPEI hosted a traditional Canadian Christmas turkey dinner for its international students.
Montague ER closures worry local residents
Monday’s temporary closure of the emergency room at the hospital in Montague, P.E.I., has left some area residents feeling anxious.
Cornwall's North River Rink to be demolished
The North River Rink, which has been a fixture in Cornwall, P.E.I., for more than 65 years, will soon disappear.
'The struggle is there': Prince County organization wants to give 500 backpacks to Island kids
With another school year just around the corner, a group of P.E.I. volunteers wants to ensure that Island students show up on the first day wearing backpacks full of all the pens, pencils and paper they need.
'Where's that $25 million going to go?': Opposition raises questions about health accord funding
Health PEI announced Wednesday that it is adding more spaces to its adult day program, which provides support for people caring for seniors at home — an announcement that has the PC Opposition raising questions about how the province will spend $25 million in health accord funding promised by the federal government.
Unincorporated areas near Georgetown looking to become a resort municipality
Some people who live in the unincorporated areas near Georgetown, P.E.I., are hoping to join together to have a stronger voice in the discussions about amalgamation.
Old Home Week slashes Thursday afternoon races from its lineup
Racing officials with Old Home Week have decided to cut Thursday afternoon races from the fair's programming lineup.
Charlottetown Fire Department assists boaters taking on water
Emergency officials in Charlottetown had to assist a pair of boaters in the harbour on Friday afternoon.