Steve Bruce

Video journalist

Steve Bruce is a video journalist with CBC P.E.I. He landed on the Island in 2009, after stints with CBC in Fredericton, St. John's, Toronto and Vancouver. He grew up in Corner Brook, N.L.

Latest from Steve Bruce

Housing 'a significant worry' for international nurse recruitment, Health P.E.I. says

With Health P.E.I. planning to recruit hundreds of internationally trained nurses in the next year, the agency is also on the hunt for places for them to live.

P.E.I. campground closing for good after damage from Fiona

The owner of a popular campground along P.E.I.'s North Shore has decided to shut it down permanently, more than a year after post-tropical storm Fiona caused extensive damage to his business.

'Rainbow after the storm': Fiona-damaged daycare on P.E.I. reopens bigger and better

Jamie-Lynn Mosher never imagined she'd have a nice thing to say about Fiona — certainly not after the storm severely damaged the childcare centre she runs in a small eastern P.E.I. community. But a little over a year later, she's developed a soft spot for the storm.

Hospital capacity issues 'not surprising,' says Health P.E.I. CEO

Health P.E.I. is reporting better conditions at the province's hospitals Wednesday, after warning that all four were over capacity generally and in their emergency departments on Tuesday evening.
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How a horse drug case has led to calls for change in Atlantic Canada's harness racing industry

A controversial ruling by the commission that governs harness racing in Atlantic Canada has prompted calls for more transparency and better oversight of an industry which receives millions of taxpayer dollars and gambling revenues each year.  

Some UPEI students having trouble getting into courses as enrolment grows

The UPEI Faculty Association says staffing numbers at the university aren’t keeping pace with enrolment, which is causing some challenges for students who need certain courses to earn their degrees.

Family and friends look back at former premier Jim Lee's life

The son of former P.E.I. Premier Jim Lee says the time following his father’s passing has been filled with learning, as Islanders reach out to share their condolences. 

Harness racing commission lifts P.E.I.'s driver Marc Campbell's indefinite suspension

P.E.I. harness racing driver and trainer Marc Campbell has had his indefinite suspension lifted, thanks to a ruling by the Atlantic Harness Racing Commission.

'I still don't sleep': Islanders continue negotiating Fiona insurance claims, a year later

Some Prince Edward Islanders are still waiting on insurance claims to go through and repairs to be made on damage done by post-tropical storm Fiona a year ago.

Worth the risk? How Fiona fuelled fears around waterfront development on P.E.I.

In the year since Fiona struck the Island, UPEI's School of Climate Change and Adaptation has seen a big jump in inquiries from waterfront property owners as well as potential buyers wondering about the risk level — and what they can do to lower it.