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.
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Abegweit First Nation in mourning after death of 15-year-old girl
Residents of Abegweit First Nation are in mourning following the death of 15-year-old Chailo Jadis, who was struck by a pickup truck in Alexandra, P.E.I., on Saturday night.
Why prolonged power outages could mean health problems for some Islanders
With Hurricane Fiona approaching P.E.I.'s shores, home care provider Monica Thomas has turned into something of a delivery driver this week — travelling the Island, dropping off large oxygen tanks to clients.
'We're back, baby': Community choirs singing again after pause of more than 2 years
For the first time since the pandemic hit, many community choirs on P.E.I. are rehearsing and planning concerts.
Foreign-trained physicians frustrated by roadblocks to working on P.E.I.
Some P.E.I. physicians, trained in other countries, say they're frustrated by the roadblocks stopping them from working here.
Another P.E.I. doctor leaves practice and patients — the 4th in a month — and there may be more to go
Just a month after three Charlottetown family physicians announced they were leaving their practices — leaving more than 5,000 Islanders without a doctor — another one has confirmed that he's done too.
Rising mortgage rates cooling summer housing market, at least a bit
There are signs P.E.I.'s hot housing market is starting to cool off this summer, as mortgage rates continue to rise.
First year of P.E.I.'s public pre-kindergarten program draws fewer kids than expected
Eight months after P.E.I. launched its universal pre-kindergarten program at Island child-care centres, officials say the uptake hasn't been as strong as they anticipated.
Why one Charlottetown councillor voted against firing Peter Kelly without cause
A day after Charlottetown city council fired CAO Peter Kelly without cause, one of the three councillors who voted against that move is speaking out.
Council 'ran out of gas' in closed meeting on CAO Peter Kelly's future
After meeting behind closed doors for more than three hours, Charlottetown city councillors left late Monday night without an agreement on the terms of CAO Peter Kelly's departure.
Despite relaxed restrictions, touring still a challenge for P.E.I. musicians
With travel costs rising and the risk of COVID-19 cases cancelling shows, some P.E.I. musicians say touring is still proving to be a major challenge.