Wayne Thibodeau

Prince Edward Island

Wayne Thibodeau is a reporter/editor with CBC Prince Edward Island. He has worked as a reporter, editor, photographer and video journalist in print, digital and TV for more than 20 years. He can be reached at Wayne.Thibodeau@CBC.ca

Latest from Wayne Thibodeau


Family of man who died in P.E.I. jail says inquest is not necessary 

The family of a man who died at P.E.I.'s Provincial Correctional Centre says they don’t believe an inquest into his death is necessary.

Town hall style meetings with rural focus part of P.E.I. Green Party prep for next election

The Green Party is planning a series of town hall style meetings to help shape the party’s policies and its next election platform.

Plans for 6-storey downtown Charlottetown apartment building hit major snag

Plans to build a six-storey, $24-million apartment building in downtown Charlottetown have been abandoned, says the project's developer.

Police tactical team will 'absolutely' save lives, Charlottetown police chief says 

Charlottetown police Chief Brad MacConnell says he’s convinced his department’s new tactical response team will save lives.

5 P.E.I. schools piloting new program on racism 

The Public Schools Branch has launched a pilot program in five P.E.I. schools to educate staff and students on racism.

Big changes coming to University Avenue in Charlottetown 

A major overhaul is planned for one of the busiest streets in Charlottetown.

EI benefits being denied to some college, university students

Changes to a program that allows Island students to continue to receive employment insurance benefits while attending university and college have left some students out in the cold.

With their home trashed by vandals, N.B. couple at a loss about what to do next 

A New Brunswick family says they’re at a complete loss about what to do next after discovering their home had been broken into and trashed while they were living on P.E.I.

P.E.I. Public School Branch pleads guilty to health and safety charges

P.E.I's Public School Branch has pleaded guilty to two charges under the Occupational Health and Safety Act related to asbestos work done in Mount Stewart last fall.

Review of COVID-19 spending will continue, AG says 

Auditor General Darren Noonan says he will proceed with the second and third phases of his review of the P.E.I. government's COVID-19 spending, even though he remains convinced he won't uncover any new details.