Stephanie Kelly is the associate producer of CBC P.E.I.'s morning radio program, Island Morning.
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Parks Canada working to restore forest on P.E.I.'s Robinsons Island
Parks Canada is wrapping up work to help restore the forest on P.E.I.'s Robinsons Island.
'Please tell our story': P.E.I. widow reflects on her husband's decision to die
May 10 is a wedding anniversary Liana Brittain will never forget. It marked 14 years since her first date with the love of her life and 11 years since she married him. It was also the day she saw him for the last time.
Possible tax breaks for farmers and fishermen who give back
The province is looking to help farmers and fishermen get more of a tax break on food donations.
Got milk? 7-year-old P.E.I. girl gets special ADL delivery
A 7-year-old girl from Western P.E.I. can now drink milk without getting sick — thanks to a special delivery from ADL. Raya Cann has a rare disorder called lipoprotein lipase deficiency, so she can only drink skim milk.
P.E.I. hosts new Maritime Open bodybuilding competition
Bodybuilders from Atlantic Canada are in Charlottetown this weekend for the first-ever Maritime Open competition.
Potential Canada Post strike impacting P.E.I. businesses
A potential strike by Canada Post workers is already impacting businesses big and small on P.E.I. Some Island business owners say they've been ready for a while now.
80 fines issued in 2 days, says Queens District RCMP
A new initiative by Queens District RCMP has lead to more than 80 speeding fines in the last two days.
This year's potato crop promising, but more rain still needed
With a bit more rain, the Island's potato crop should be on track. P.E.I. Potato Board says this is a critical time of year.
More music, more money for P.E.I. composers
More local music will be featured on Island commercials and promo videos, thanks to a new partnership between the province and Music P.E.I. The provincial government has created a database of Island composers.
Stratford searches for stories behind soldiers
The Town of Stratford is looking for the public's help to find information on two local veterans.