Nicole Williams

Nicole Williams is a video journalist with CBC P.E.I. She previously worked as an associate producer with CBC News in Toronto.

Latest from Nicole Williams

How this P.E.I. man's collection is keeping the history of his community alive

The hobby has Eddie Doucette looking for anything of historical value, most of it having to do with the community he lives in and of what he calls the "lost settlement" known as Frog Pond.

What young P.E.I. farmers are saying about the future of farming

Young Atlantic Canadian farmers are talking about the survival of family farms and how to plan for the future knowing that the next generation might not want to take over.

Work on $18.5M climate change research centre to begin in April

The plan is for students to be able to graduate with a bachelor of science in applied climate change and adaptation, which officials say will be the only degree of its kind in the world.

Efficiency PEI rebate program means 'business is good' for Island insulation companies

P.E.I. contractors are putting in extra time and extra labour to keep up with the demand for insulation projects through Efficiency PEI.

Hockey P.E.I. threatens suspensions for online harassment

Hockey P.E.I. has issued a warning that any players or teams involved in online harassment will be suspended for the duration of the hockey season after several reports so far this season.

Why these musicians are drawn to a Charlottetown shed

Shed Sessions P.E.I. films and records music artists with professional equipment and what results is an intimate but polished video that artists have to promote themselves.

Ontario psychiatrist contracted for mental health assessment of P.E.I. prisoner

Forensic assessments are usually done through several interviews and are used to determine if a person is mentally fit to stand trial and be held criminally responsible for their actions. 

With shed, garage break-ins doubling over last year, Charlottetown police look to public for help

Charlottetown police are asking for the public's help as the number of break and enters into sheds, garages and other detached buildings has gone up dramatically.

P.E.I. pharmacists 'frustrated' waiting for province to expand scope of practice

The P.E.I. Pharmacists Association says it wants to see a sense of urgency from the province in widening the scope of practice for Island pharmacists.

P.E.I. artist Carl Phillis dies at 61

Carl Phillis was a potter and sculptor, with installations sprinkled about Charlottetown.

Woman injured after car knocks her over, drives away

Police are looking for more information about a car that hit a pedestrian near the Charlottetown Mall Tuesday morning.

P.E.I. Greens seek more rights for alternative caregivers

The P.E.I. Greens want to see more rights and support given to grandparents or great-grand parents caring for children.

Opposition Liberals want to see mandatory vaccinations for children in P.E.I. schools

The P.E.I. Liberal Party wants to make vaccinations mandatory for Island children to attend schools.

About 8 per cent of Islanders will be left behind in high-speed rural internet plan

Work to hook underserved addresses with high-speed internet is going to be delayed according to P.E.I.'s minister of economic growth — with some being left behind for even longer.

P.E.I. government lays out plans to spend $156 million on capital projects next year

The P.E.I. government will spend $17.5 million over two years to build 100 new affordable housing units, part of the province's $156-million capital budget released Friday.
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