Josh Lewis grew up in the Crapaud, P.E.I., area and is a casual web writer for CBC P.E.I. Previously, he spent several years writing for newspapers.
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Military officer from P.E.I. battles B.C. wildfires
J.P. Wright is a major in the military. But for the last two weeks his enemy was fire.
Province issues RFP for high-speed internet in rural areas
The province has issued a request for proposals (RFP) for high-speed internet solutions in rural areas of P.E.I.
Three Oaks High School renovations more than 70% complete
Renovation work at Three Oaks Senior High School in Summerside, P.E.I., is more than 70 per cent complete, the provincial government announced Friday.
Gregory A. Cann appointed P.E.I. Supreme Court judge
The Supreme Court of Prince Edward Island has a new judge — Gregory A. Cann.
New home unit rules could help apartment-seekers in Charlottetown
The City of Charlottetown is one step closer to implementing new regulations that just might help more people in Charlottetown find an apartment.
Family mental health support program to launch in Alberton
For the first time, the Canadian Mental Health Association in Prince Edward Island is taking its eight-week family support program to West Prince.
Some students ahead of the curve on cannabis risk reduction, says St. F.X. prof
As universities across Canada prepare for the legalization of cannabis this fall, one psychology professor says her research shows some students already have ideas to mitigate the potential risks of marijuana use.
'Pretty exciting': 15 piping plovers added to the population this year
It's been a good year for the piping plover population at P.E.I. National Park. 15 piping plovers released into the wild from P.E.I. National Park this year
Cardigan MP lauds increase in Canada Child Benefit during Stratford stop
Cardigan MP Lawrence MacAulay touted the federal government's recent increase to the Canada Child Benefit, which came into effect two years earlier than initially planned, during a media availability in Stratford Wednesday.
Consultant recommends amalgamation for West River area
A third-party consultant has recommended amalgamation for five communities in the West River area.
P.E.I. could take 'leading role' on Indigenous rights framework, says chief
Chief Brian Francis of the Abegweit First Nation says he's looking forward to his meeting with Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett on Wednesday.
Berth expansion work underway on Charlottetown waterfront
Work has started along the Charlottetown waterfront to extend the port's berth and allow more than one ship to dock at a time.
Native Council 'very disappointed' to be left out of meetings
Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations Carolyn Bennett will be on P.E.I. Wednesday to meet with Island Indigenous groups, but the Native Council of P.E.I. won't be one of them.
Province looking for people to serve on new housing council
The province is creating a housing council to advise cabinet on how to proceed with its housing action plan.
Downtown demolition delayed for asbestos testing
Testing for asbestos is causing delays with the demolition of a house on the corner of Queen and Pond streets in Charlottetown.