Tony Davis

Tony Davis grew up on P.E.I. and studied journalism at Holland College. He can be contacted at anthony.davis@cbc.ca

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Young Islander builds ice fishing shack, hopes for winter catches

Eleven-year-old Matt Perry, from Tignish, says he loves fishing during the summer. Now, with the help of his family, he has built an ice fishing shack.

P.E.I. woman suffers cuts after flying ice smashes through car windshield

A P.E.I. woman is encouraging others to clean off their vehicles after a chunk of ice smashed through a windshield, causing glass fragments to spray into her face.

4 years of fire safety issues lead to eviction at Charlottetown apartment

The city is telling the owners of a Charlottetown apartment they need to evict tenants and renovate to comply with fire bylaws.

Black representation on P.E.I. focus of annual Black History Month panel

Several members of P.E.I.’s Black community gathered to discuss the power and importance of representation.

P.E.I. newcomers using virtual reality to learn trade skills

Some newcomers with experience working in construction are being trained to bring their skills up to Canadian standards.

P.E.I. seniors having trouble booking COVID-19 vaccine appointments through hotline

The province started taking appointments of Islanders 80 and older for the COVID-19 vaccine. However, several Island seniors we’re unable to book an appointment.

NHL legend teaches P.E.I. students lessons on racism and inclusion

Students at Birchwood Intermediate School in Charlottetown got a virtual visit from an NHL legend, an Olympic hockey player and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday.

Some Islanders with low vision having trouble navigating COVID-19 barriers

Robert Mercer was born with low vision and likes to get out of his Charlottetown home often — but COVID-19 has complicated things.

P.E.I. woman caught in coyote snare warns trappers to double-check for permission

A woman who got caught in a coyote snare on her own property in western P.E.I. is warning trappers to be more careful about where they set their traps.

Online video series aims to show tenants how to organize when facing rental issues

The P.E.I. Fight for Affordable Housing group is hoping to inform renters on their rights through a series of online webinars, which will focus on how tenants can organize when faced with issues.

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