Julie Clow is a senior producer at CBC in P.E.I.
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Point of View
What I know now, after saying goodbye to the land my family has farmed since the 1860s: Point of View
I was, you may say, a reluctant farm kid. Unlike my outdoorsy and capable sister and brother, I preferred books to barns. Inside to outside. Town to country. Then came the day our family decided to sell the farm.
P.E.I.'s lieutenant governor 'counting down the sleeps' to meeting the Queen
It's the fulfilment of a lifelong dream for P.E.I. Lt.-Gov. Antoinette Perry.
No cause determined in Dunstaffnage house fire
There was too much fire damage to a family home in Dunstaffnage to determine what caused the fire.
Aggravated assault sends woman to hospital
Blood donor clinic reopens
Blood donors are able to give blood on P.E.I. again after a year-long closure of the clinic.
New Mi'kmaq name for Bonshaw Provincial Park trail
The main trail at Bonshaw Provincial Park has a new name. The Ji'ka'we'katik Trail will be the main connection to the four-season trail system that covers 25 kilometres in the park. The name means "the place where bass are plentiful" and is the traditional Mi'kmaq name for the West River.
Provincial money means new beds for long-term care residents
The province is spending $1 million on new beds for long-term care homes in the province. Most of the beds will go to Beach Grove Home in Charlottetown and Wedgewood Manor in Summerside, P.E.I.
Elvis and Anne to star in 2017 Charlottetown Festival
The Charlottetown Festival revealed its lineup for 2017. Big additions to the Festival stage include shows like Million Dollar Quartet and A Misfortune.
Province won't heat old Prince Edward Home this winter
The province won't be spending money to heat the vacant Prince Edward Home this winter.
It's all about sheep at the Atlantic Veterinary College this weekend
Sheep and goat farming is a growing industry on P.E.I. — and that has lead to a a conference this weekend on the animals' welfare at the Atlantic Veterinary College in Charlottetown.
Ron Joyce, Tim Hortons co-founder gives $2M to Holland College
The co-founder of Tim Hortons has donated 2 million dollars to Holland College's endowment fund. The College will create 25 new entrance bursaries for students every year.
Barn at York Point farm in Cornwall destroyed by fire
Fire destroyed a barn at a farm on York Point Road Thursday morning. No animals or people were injured.
Cavendish Farms donates $1M to Queen Elizabeth Hospital
Cavendish Farms Inc. announced a donation of $1 million to the QEH Foundation's Endowment Fund to pay for medical equipment for same day surgery.
RCMP look for help solving Morell vandalism cases
Police looking for help in solving two June incidents of vandalism.