Natalia is a video journalist in P.E.I. She has also worked for CBC N.L.
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2 sections of Charlottetown boardwalk to get upgrades
Charlottetown's waterfront boardwalk is being spruced up again.
Generation XX gets big financial help from Summerside council
The City of Summerside is reaching out a helping hand to Generation XX so it can continue with it's building renovations.
Gas and dash: Fuel theft causing problems on P.E.I., RCMP say
Reports of gas thefts are a continuous issue on the Island according to RCMP, and it is causing problems, not only for the gas stations, but RCMP as well.
Missing oysters could make consumers sick, officials warn
The P.E.I. Aquaculture Alliance wants to make the public aware about missing oysters that could lead to illness.
UPEI Student Union takes housing issue to provincial government
The student union at the University of Prince Edward Island is urging the provincial government to help in the student housing crisis. Two members of the executive presented to the standing committee on education Tuesday afternoon.
Dorian takes a bite out of P.E.I. apples
Apple Growers on P.E.I. are busy assessing the damage to fruit and trees caused by post-tropical storm Dorian, just as picking season gets underway.
Harsh winds, heavy rain bash P.E.I. overnight
Hurricane Dorian slammed into the Halifax area Saturday evening and Islanders can be sure to expect heavy rain and powerful winds after it passes Nova Scotia.
Summerside looks to add 25 electric-vehicle charging stations
The City of Summerside wants to add more electric car chargers to the city and is partnering with several other Maritime municipalities to make it happen.
Planning staff recommend council axe asphalt and concrete plant option for West Royalty
Staff at the City of Charlottetown are recommending to amend a recent city decision on asphalt and concrete plants.
Province looking at other locations for new Sherwood school after Charlottetown council decision
The province may have to find another location for a new Sherwood school after Charlottetown council deferred a decision to sell the land that was planned for the project earlier this week.
To P.E.I. with love: New book of vintage postcards sends Islanders back in time
Many travellers take the time to send a postcard to those they love along a journey, some may even save the ones they get from time to time. Ed McKenna has taken that hobby to a whole new level.
5 tips for starting your family tree
If you are wanting to start you family tree, it may seem overwhelming, but genealogists and archivists say there are some crucial steps you can take that may help.
City says Charlottetown youth transit project a success, but barriers still exist
A pilot project to get more youth using public transit in Charlottetown shows more teens would ride the bus, but cost is a barrier.
P.E.I. receives $2.5M for drug-impaired driving enforcement
P.E.I. is getting $2.5 million to better tackle drug-impaired driving. The funding will be rolled out over five years and was announced by the federal government Tuesday.
Nearly $200K for program to promote 'vibrant' French community on P.E.I.
A new program is teaching Francophone youth leadership skills with the aim of keeping their culture vibrant and alive.