Natalia is a video journalist in P.E.I. She has also worked for CBC N.L.
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1st P.E.I. PC leaders debate pretty tame
There wasn't much the two men competing to lead the P.E.I. PC Party didn't agree on in the first of four debates, which was held in Summerside Tuesday night.
New plan for controversial Charlottetown condo development
The plan for a condominium development at Passmore and Chestnut streets is changing.
Fire hits Pho Hung restaurant in Charlottetown
Queen Street in Charlottetown was filled with fire and police vehicles Monday evening after a fire broke out at a restaurant.
'Why should I live in fear?' Summerside father asks for sidewalk
Central Street is in desperate need of sidewalks, says Trevor Yeo, and his neighbours agree.
'I could never ever repay her': Man thanks woman who helped keep his heart beating
It was meant to be a normal day for Wilbur Birt, but it was almost his last.
Internet outage resolved for P.E.I. government services
A widespread internet outage in the P.E.I. government network caused problems Tuesday.
Where's the plan for affordable housing? asks P.E.I.'s NDP
The leader of the NDP on P.E.I. is calling on the mayor of Charlottetown to make a better commitment to affordable and accessible housing.
Wait listed: More than 7,500 Islanders still without a family physician
According to P.E.I.'s health authority there are currently 7,581 people waiting for a family doctor, compared to 6,880 last February.
P.E.I. firefighter collects 1,000 sets of fire gear for Mexico
P.E.I. firefighter Kory MacAusland never imagined he'd be helping 1,000 firefighters in Mexico, but this year that's exactly what he'll be doing with his organization, The Canadian Bomberos.
Call to cancel: P.E.I. diagnostic staff frustrated with no shows
Staff with Health PEI are frustrated with the number of people not showing up for diagnostic imaging appointments.
RCMP reminding drivers about rules regarding emergency vehicles stopped roadside
RCMP in P.E.I. want people to learn the rules around what to do when an emergency vehicle is stopped roadside, and then follow those rules.
'I'm hoping that it will open some eyes': P.E.I. daycare operator starts petition to fight new regulations
A daycare operator in P.E.I. who is concerned about changes to the Early Learning and Child Care Act is taking her complaint to the next level by starting a petition.
No ribfest for Charlottetown this year, but there will be one in Summerside
Ribfest won't be happening in Charlottetown, Red Shores has confirmed — but there will be a similar event starting up in Summerside, P.E.I., this summer.
$7.8 million announced for Island roads
Federal and provincial funding worth $7.8 million was announced Wednesday afternoon for improvements to P.E.I. roads.
Federal minister praises P.E.I for environmental efforts
Federal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna is on her first official visit to P.E.I., addressing delegates at the annual meeting of the Commission for Environmental Cooperation of North America.