Nicole Williams is a video journalist with CBC P.E.I. She previously worked as an associate producer with CBC News in Toronto.
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North River Motel closed and to be demolished, displacing tenants
The North River Motel in Cornwall has been shut down and the owner has plans to demolish the building as early as next week.
Why this youth soccer team is trying a different kind of practice
On a sunny Monday evening, just off the side of a Charlottetown soccer field, about a dozen boys lunge, stretch and breath deeply. They're all members of the Sherwood Rangers youth soccer team and for many of them, it's their first season practising yoga to improve their game.
Police licence-plate readers raise privacy concerns for Charlottetown driver
A Charlottetown man is raising concerns about the collection of data by Charlottetown police after his licence plate was scanned and he received a ticket for an expired registration several days later.
Why Holland College is asking the public to help test Charlottetown ponds
For the first time, P.E.I.'s Holland College will be getting the public to help check the health of Charlottetown ponds.
How a P.E.I. horse trainer began training Newfoundland's police horses
Glenn Pollock works with many horses, but perhaps some of his most impressive students are the four horses that are now a part of the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary, Newfoundland's mounted provincial police.
Residents settling into new manor in Montague
Residents of the old Riverview Manor in Montague are finally getting a chance to settle into their new home following years of discussion and delays.
River Clyde Pageant sells out in record time
The River Clyde Pageant in New Glasgow, P.E.I., has sold out for performances this year in record time.
Province looks to make roads safer for horse-drawn buggies
After a two people were sent to hospital last week after a car collided with a horse-drawn buggy in rural Kings County, P.E.I., the province is looking into making some changes to some Island roads.
Microtel announces new hotel for Summerside's Credit Union Place
Construction could start as early as this fall on a new 100-room hotel that will be attached to Credit Union Place in Summerside, P.E.I.
P.E.I. schools 'scrambling' to meet staffing needs, says Opposition
School administrators will likely spend their summer hiring the 74 new educators promised in the 2019-2020 provincial budget, according to P.E.I.'s education minister.
Why are constituents asking MLAs for jobs? Green MLA asks
Trish Altass, the MLA for Tyne Valley-Sherbrooke, said she's been approached by several people in her community who are under the impression that as an MLA she's responsible for landing them work.
Mom 'enraged' she can't find doctor to perform circumcision on P.E.I.
An Island woman wants circumcision procedures made available on P.E.I. but said she hasn't been able to find in the province willing to perform one.
'Dream come true': P.E.I. woman set to move home-based charity to store
A charity that gives away free food, clothing, furniture and other household items may finally be getting some much needed space.
Island artist creating jaw-dropping prehistoric sculptures
Chris Ruprecht is an artist that specializes in sculpting paleolithic creatures. His latest project is creating a to-scale replica of megalodon jaws, an extinct species of shark that lived millions of years ago.
Stratford, P.E.I., sewage project could cost more than double original estimate
The town of Stratford says the only bid on a tender for its waste water treatment project came in at $20.3 million, more than double what was originally estimated.