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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P.E.I. hospitals, police, utilities preparing for emergencies as Fiona closes in

Police services, hospitals, power utilities and fire services are getting ready for potential emergency situations as Hurricane Fiona prepares to pummel Prince Edward Island.

P.E.I. electric utility double-checking lists made after Dorian

Maritime Electric is preparing for the potential of widespread power outages as Hurricane Fiona heads for P.E.I., with a spokesperson saying it will be 'all hands on deck' when the storm hits.

Fiona might be worse on P.E.I. than Juan was, with 'historic storm surge'

The P.E.I. Emergency Measures Organization is now warning that Fiona could leave more damage on Prince Edward Island than Hurricane Juan did back in 2003.

What's the catch? Thousands flock to Charlottetown to taste Island seafood

Thousands are gathering in Charlottetown this weekend for the P.E.I. International Shellfish Festival. It’s been a long time coming for some because of COVID-19.

People on P.E.I. reflect on Queen's complicated legacy

While many continue to mourn the death of Queen Elizabeth II across P.E.I. and the world — some who immigrated from different countries are reflecting on a complicated relationship with the sovereign.

Dozens of tenants facing eviction from hotel in Summerside

Robert Wall and his wife have been told they and their dog have to leave their home at the Causeway Bay Hotel in Summerside by the end of the month, after living there for five years.

Thirst for local craft: P.E.I. breweries trying to keep up with demand

A can of P.E.I. craft beer is increasingly hard to come by at local liquor stores and restaurants these days.

Ukraine flag raised in Charlottetown in advance of Ukrainian Independence Day

Over 100 Ukrainians and supporters gathered Sunday as the country's flag was raised at Charlottetown city hall.

Petals to the metal: Sunflower season on P.E.I. kicks off

Dry weather delayed sunflower season on P.E.I., but recent rain has helped get the flowers blooming and the season started for some producers. Demand is high, says one grower.

Monkeypox vaccine being offered to Islanders travelling or at higher risk

There have been no reported cases of monkeypox on P.E.I. as of yet — but on Wednesday it was confirmed there are more than 1,000 cases countrywide.

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