Travis Kingdon is a journalist with CBC P.E.I. He moved to the Island from Toronto in the spring of 2019.
Latest from Travis Kingdon
P.E.I. restaurants get boost from foodie Facebook page
Despite COVID-19 health restrictions in the province, some restaurants on P.E.I. are doing pretty well and attributing some of that success to a foodie Facebook page.
Café/Bar now offering Islanders bits, brews at Brookvale
Bits Bikes Brews, a mobile café/bar, has set up shop at the Mark Arendz Provincial Ski Park at Brookvale and has acquired a liquor licence.
P.E.I.'s child and youth advocate says he wasn't consulted over birth alert change
P.E.I.'s child and youth advocate says the province did not consult with him before ending the practice of birth alerts in P.E.I.
P.E.I. industries hope national COVID-19 restrictions are flexible for temporary workforce
P.E.I.'s agriculture and seafood processing sectors are hoping rules applied to international travellers don't hinder this year's temporary foreign worker program.
Island schools need more full-time principals, says home and school federation
The P.E.I. Home and School Federation wants to see full-time principals in every Island school.
Summerside Western Capitals hockey team returns to the road
The Summerside Western Capitals are playing their first games this weekend, and they're travelling off-Island to do it.
P.E.I. Federation of Agriculture hopes for smoother 2021 now that members are familiar with COVID protocols
The P.E.I. Federation of Agriculture hopes for a smoother 2021, now with a year of COVID-19 experience under its belt.
About 800 students coming to P.E.I. in need of self-isolation before start of winter semester
About 800 students have been required to self-isolate on P.E.I. prior to the start of the winter semester at UPEI and Holland College.
P.E.I.'s firefighting community says goodbye to an 'icon'
Chief Miles Boulter, died Dec. 30, 2020 at the age of 71. He is remembered as being a driving force in P.E.I.'s firefighting community
Charlottetown short-term rental rules 'in limbo' as public meeting put off due to pandemic
The public meeting on Charlottetown's short-term rental bylaw was supposed to happen at the end of March, but because of the COVID-19 pandemic, it's been put on hold until large gatherings can happen.