Laura Meader is a video journalist for CBC P.E.I.
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For love of the levee: New Year's Day tradition draws huge crowds in P.E.I.
Long lineups didn't seem to deter the spirits of people waiting to meet and greet a variety of government officials and community representatives at P.E.I. levees on New Year's Day.
'100% worth it': Charlottetown polar dippers revel in frigid frolic
The comments don't make it sound enjoyable, but people keep coming back to the polar swim in Charlottetown to ring in the new year. They tell CBC News why.
How horses are helping kids with autism on this P.E.I. farm
A woman who lives in York, P.E.I., is donating her time and her farm to help children with autism.
Island businessman says Stratford, P.E.I., needs more police
Stratford, P.E.I., currently has a contract with the RCMP with six officers assigned to the town. Town officials said those officers work a variety of shifts, but wouldn't all be on at the same time.
'It just doesn't happen to people my age': Meet a 33-year-old heart attack survivor
33-year-old Rob Diamond says he thought he was too young to have a heart attack but looking back, all the signs were there.
Cardigan riding: 4 contenders try to unseat a 31-year political veteran
Liberal candidate Lawrence MacAulay has held the Caridgan riding for almost 31 years, 4 other candidates are going up against him this federal election.
'Rents have just gone sky high': Cardigan candidates, voters weigh in on housing crisis
Housing shortages, rising prices and low vacancy rates have been tough on many Islanders — and not just in Charlottetown. CBC News looks at the housing issue in the federal riding of Cardigan.
How a craft group helped a P.E.I. man finish his mother's quilt
Stan Gordon's mother Bessie Gordon died in 1978, leaving behind an unfinished quilt that she had started years before. An Island crafting group has recently helped Stan Gordon finish his mother's quilt that was 60 years in the making.
P.E.I. food companies scramble during power outage
Power outages have made it tough on those in food-related industries.
'A lot of concerned residents': Alberton P.E.I. mayor worries about ER closures
The mayor of Alberton, P.E.I. is concerned about recent closures of the emergency department at the Western Hospital. Health PEI says staff shortages are to blame but that the situation should improve with some recent hires.
P.E.I. couple overwhelmed by demolition costs after fire destroys home
A Charlottetown couple whose home was destroyed by fire say they're overwhelmed by the costs involved to clean up their property.
Some Island pharmacies struggling to find technicians to hire
The P.E.I. Pharmacists Association can't put an exact number on the shortage but says it's heard from a number of pharmacies that can't find anyone to hire.
Radiology wait times expected to improve, says Health PEI
Health PEI says wait times for radiology services are longer than they've been in the past due to a shortage of radiologists and other staff.
Stratford, P.E.I., hopes to end its smelly problem soon
Stratford, P.E.I., continues to struggle with strong odours from its sewage lagoon located near the Hillsborough Bridge, but hopes to soon fix the problem permanently.
Woman in wheelchair says indoor playland discriminated against her
A 22-year-old Summerside woman says she feels discriminated against after her experience at an indoor playland.