Jesara Sinclair

Journalist

Jesara Sinclair is a journalist with CBC P.E.I. Prior to Charlottetown, she worked with CBC in Montreal, Vancouver and Toronto. E-mail: jesara.sinclair@cbc.ca.

Latest from Jesara Sinclair

Trial for Joel Clow, accused of first degree murder, set to begin in May

The trial for Joel Lawrence Clow, charged with the first degree murder of Traci Lynn Lynch, is scheduled to begin May 15 — a date that frustrates Lynch's family.

PC minority government in P.E.I. projected by CBC News

CBC News is projecting a PC minority government in P.E.I., after the party took an early lead in Tuesday's election. 
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Inside Hillsborough: A look at P.E.I.'s psychiatric hospital

P.E.I.'s psychiatric hospital, Hillsborough Hospital, is a maze of hallways, connecting sections built in different decades. It treats many of the province's psychiatric patients in its four units and 69 beds.

6 of the best places to ride your bike in P.E.I.

Between the rolling hills and pastoral scenery, there are many, many places to go for a bike ride on P.E.I. We asked avid Island cyclists to tell us about their favourite places to ride.

Out-of-province ID rejected at cannabis store, says P.E.I. woman

A P.E.I. woman says her government-issued photo ID wasn't accepted at the Cannabis P.E.I. store in Charlottetown.
Podcast

Kidney sisters, running a marathon with MS and a 6-year-old drummer: Our latest podcast

CBC P.E.I. has a new podcast — P.E.I. Pulse — where you can listen to some of the best audio from our airwaves.

Repatriation campaign 'a slap in the face' say some P.E.I. residents

A new campaign to encourage Islanders to come back to P.E.I. is being criticized by some people who say the province needs to address the issues pushing people away.
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'Rural communities are losing people — we wanted to buck that trend': Listen to our latest podcast

CBC P.E.I. has a new podcast — P.E.I. Pulse — where you can listen to some of the best audio from our airwaves.
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No more bottles in the ocean and finding a future: Listen to our latest podcast

CBC P.E.I. has a new podcast — P.E.I. Pulse — where you can listen to some of the best audio from our airwaves.

Why throwing a message in a bottle into the ocean might be a bad idea

Harold Hackett of Tignish, P.E.I., says that after sending an estimated 10,000 bottles with messages into the ocean over 22 years, he will stop.

Some of the best places to go paddling on P.E.I.

As an island, P.E.I. lends itself to water sports of all kinds in the summer — including kayaking, canoeing and stand-up paddle boarding. We asked avid paddlers to share their favourite spots.
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'Don't call Catherine my friend, call her my wife!': Listen to this week's podcast

It's Pride week on P.E.I., and this week on P.E.I. Pulse we bring you two powerful and personal stories about coming out.
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When breathing is a struggle and an ugly part of history: Listen to our latest podcast

CBC P.E.I. has a new podcast — P.E.I. Pulse — where you can listen to some of the best audio from our airwaves.

Bottle from P.E.I. turns up on Portuguese island almost 2 decades after being tossed in the ocean

Daniel Pamplona and his 7-year-old daughter Raphaela were at the beach in Lajes on Terceira Island, a small Island in the Azores — an archipelago in the mid-Atlantic off the coast of Portugal — when they spotted something unusual.

Man who drowned in Halifax identified as P.E.I.'s Connor O'Callaghan

The man who drowned on July 8 at Chocolate Lake in Halifax has been identified in an obituary as 28-year-old Connor O'Callaghan, who grew up in Mount Stewart, P.E.I.