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Roadkill crows, the future of the Sisters of St. Martha, and walks for thoughts: Listen to our latest podcast

CBC P.E.I. has a new podcast — P.E.I. Pulse — where you can listen to some of the best audio from our airwaves.

P.E.I. Pulse brings together the best of CBC P.E.I. audio

Released every Friday, you can find us on Apple Podcasts or using our RSS feed. (Robert Short/CBC)

CBC P.E.I. has a new podcast — P.E.I. Pulse — where you can listen to some of the best audio from our airwaves.

This week on P.E.I. Pulse, we find out what giant roadkill crows made of old tires are doing in downtown Charlottetown, speak with the Sisters of St. Martha about how they are preparing for a future where they no longer exist, and find out about a new walking group aiming to support mental health.

We find out what giant roadkill crows made of old tires are doing in downtown Charlottetown, speak with the Sisters of St. Martha about how they are preparing for a future where they no longer exist, and find out about a new walking group aiming to support mental health. 21:17

Released every Friday, you can find us on Apple Podcasts or using our RSS feed.

You can also find us in the CBC Radio App for iOs or Android devices, or listen online.

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