Victoria Walton

Island Morning associate producer

Victoria Walton is the acting associate producer of Island Morning at CBC Prince Edward Island. She previously worked at The Coast and spent nearly a decade in Halifax before moving to the Island. She has a bachelor of journalism from the University of King's College. You can reach her at

Latest from Victoria Walton

'I still don't sleep': Islanders continue negotiating Fiona insurance claims, a year later

Some Prince Edward Islanders are still waiting on insurance claims to go through and repairs to be made on damage done by post-tropical storm Fiona a year ago.

More than 100 people march at P.E.I. edition of Global Climate Strike

Similar events are taking place around the world this weekend, all organized by local grassroots groups.

About 1,000 Islanders waiting for elective surgery as Health P.E.I. works to address backlog

The wait for cataract surgery or hip or knee replacements could be 12-24 months, but it depends what surgeon’s list you’re on.

Gov. Gen. Mary Simon on 3-day visit to P.E.I.

The King's representative in Canada will meet with local officials and residents during her three-day visit to Prince Edward Island.

Meet the 82-year-old P.E.I. guitarist who plays chords with just one finger

Alphy Perry’s musical legacy has inspired his own children and grandchildren to become musicians.

Vietnamese couple serving their culture's food in rural P.E.I. 'were meant to live here'

You might not think a Vietnamese restaurant would thrive in small-town P.E.I., where farming and fishing reign supreme. But Mia Pham and Mike Do's cooking has changed local appetites from burgers and fries to wontons and pho.

Cultural classes aim to make Mi'kmaw language thrive on P.E.I.

Mi'kmaw Elder Junior Peter-Paul is holding classes twice a week to teach the language through music, storytelling and song.

P.E.I. artist's plastic-bag baskets to become part of Canada Art Bank 50th anniversary collection

Jane Whitten is the only P.E.I.-based artist chosen for this round of the Canada Council's Art Bank. Her piece 'Consumed' is comprised of 12 baskets made from household plastic that otherwise would have gone to landfills.

Union Corner Road residents petition province for permanent road repair

Residents of Union Corner say they’ve been told many times that their road will be fixed, but somehow it never has been.

Colonel Gray immersion students learn Acadian culture through food, music and nature

Three classes of Grade 10 French immersion students spent a day at the North Shore Community Centre taking cultural workshops.