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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Islander worried for family as Hurricane Irma hits Florida
Some Islanders are making their way home from Irma-affected areas while others are hoping for the best for their families in Florida.
P.E.I. woman desperate to help family flee St. Maarten after hurricane
A woman from Souris, P.E.I., is trying to help her family members leave St. Maarten after they were trapped during Hurricane Irma while on holiday.
Auditor general to conduct first comprehensive review of IRAC
The Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission will soon be put under the microscope of the province's auditor general.
'Sick feeling' for Islanders with family in path of Hurricane Irma
Hurricane Irma is hitting close to home for some Islanders who have family and properties along the storm's path.
P.E.I. couple cancels landline service after 911 malfunctions
Louis Myers said it was about 2:30am one January morning when RCMP showed up to his and his wife Joanne's house the first time.
Camper says vacationers left scrambling after owner decides to close trailer park
Tenants at a campground in Stanhope, P.E.I., say they're left scrambling to make other arrangements after the site owner announced a decision to close earlier this week.
Celebrating Eid al-Adha in P.E.I.
The P.E.I. Muslim community is coming together to celebrate Eid al-Adha, a major holiday that's known as the feast of the sacrifice.
For the love of flight: 32 civilian planes from Ontario visit P.E.I.
32 civilian planes have flown from Ontario to Summerside in an organized trip to take in the sights of the Island.
Eastern premiers begin trade talks with New England amidst Trump threat to leave NAFTA
Some eastern premiers are staying hopeful on the first day of trade meetings in Charlottetown with New England governors, amidst threats from U.S. President Donald Trump to terminate NAFTA.
Dog on the lam rescued from Charlottetown harbour
A dog that had been missing for five days found herself in some deep waters in the Charlottetown harbour Thursday evening.
P.E.I. bioscience company signs joint venture worth $150 million
Somru BioScience, a biotechnology company in Charlottetown, has signed a joint venture with a Bangladeshi pharmaceutical company worth $150 million dollars.
Some P.E.I. craft brewers struggling to keep up with demand
Some of P.E.I.'s craft breweries say they are selling more beer than they can make.
Summerside to eliminate parking spots on Willow Avenue
City council in Summerside, P.E.I., has voted to eliminate nearly two dozen parking spaces on the north side of Willow Avenue, between Bob Dewar St. and Greenwood Drive.
P.E.I.'s Indigenous communities celebrate 25th Abegweit Pow Wow
Members of P.E.I.'s indigenous communities celebrated the 25th annual Abegweit Pow Wow at Panmure Island Cultural Park this weekend.
Protesters against white supremacy march in downtown Charlottetown
More than 100 people gathered in Charlottetown Saturday morning to march against white supremacy in solidarity with the anti-racism protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia.