Thinh Nguyen is an associate producer with CBC P.E.I. He can be reached at email@example.com
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New kitchen on Lennox Island serves up healthy meals and a sense of community
There's a new community hub in the heart of Lennox Island. The Sweetgrass Gathering Kitchen was launched two months ago and has become a place for people in the community to gather and enjoy healthy meals.
How the healing centre at Abegweit First Nation on P.E.I. helps community members' mental wellness
For many years, the healing centre has been an important part of the Abegweit First Nation on P.E.I. It's a place where community members can feel safe and talk about what they're going through, but it also brings people back to their roots.
Why Islanders are being encouraged to share good-neighbours stories this week
This week, Islanders can share stories on social media of neighbours who do good things to welcome others, using the hashtag #PEIgoodneighbours.
Islanders with roots in Kerala, India find sense of home on P.E.I. through festival celebrations
Islanders with roots in the South India state of Kerala are feeling a sense of home and togetherness this week as the community celebrates a 10-day harvest festival called Onam.
Islanders with ties to Pakistan working to raise funds for flood victims
Severe flooding from monsoon rains in Pakistan has killed more than 1,150 people and displaced millions from their homes. Here on P.E.I., Islanders with ties to Pakistan are trying to help.
Charlottetown residents call for more frequent buses, later into the night
Buses on certain routes in Charlottetown need to have longer hours, some riders are saying. That includes routes two and three, which run in residential areas outside the downtown core.
Joy and dignity among the crops as P.E.I. patients help tend garden beds
A project called Gardens of Life is providing much more than food for people living at the province's palliative care centre and 5 long-term care homes.
Why these gen-Z artists are encouraging Islanders to unplug from technology
Generation Z is often described as tech-dependent, but a group of gen-Z artists who have a new exhibit in Charlottetown are encouraging Islanders to look up from their phones and enjoy little moments in life.
Islander bikes across Canada to help children fight cancer
Nathan Carter launched his cycling fundraising trip six days ago in Vancouver, with a goal to raise $5,000 for the SickKids Foundation. He's hoping to reach P.E.I. by the end of September.
Young newcomers help raise over $13K for Charlottetown's QEH
A charity concert in Charlottetown on June 22 raised more than $13,000 for medical equipment at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, thanks to a group of young performers and volunteers.