Sam Juric is a journalist with CBC P.E.I.
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How removing trees in Dromore, P.E.I., could help local species thrive
If you've been out hiking in Eastern P.E.I. lately, you may have noticed a section of province-owned forest cleared away.
Playing Chinese lute conjures 'precious memories' of home for UPEI student
Tiffany Liu will always remember the first time she played the Chinese lute, called a pipa, for a P.E.I. audience.
Why a social worker says we need to find new ways to communicate about loss and grief
While comfort and support for grieving loved ones can often be found in the form of a lasagna or casserole dish in its early stages, perhaps, it should extend beyond that.
5 things to do this weekend on P.E.I.
If you're not too busy making sand castles at the beach or spending some well-earned quality patio time with friends you might consider a Ceilidh, a guided hike or grooving in the park.
Seminar aims to help graduating international students get work permits on P.E.I.
For the first time, the P.E.I. government will be hosting a seminar for recently graduated international students on how to acquire a work permit.
Deferred election for District 9 set for July 15
A date for the deferred election in District 9 Charlottetown-Hillsborough Park has been determined. Voters in the district will head to the polls on July 15.
LaVie, Perry vie for Speaker position in P.E.I. Legislature
The new sitting of the P.E.I. Legislature will begin on Thursday with the election of a Speaker — a rare sight for Island politics.
P.E.I. musician Dylan Menzie's new music video looks at life through the eyes of a turtle
For Island musician Dylan Menzie, new beginnings and life's challenges are best expressed through the eyes of a turtle.
Why P.E.I. may need more fine arts education to retain local artists
In 2008, Monica Lacey found herself in a situation familiar to many budding Island artists.
Lennox Island First Nation voters head to polls
Election day has arrived for the Lennox Island First Nation on P.E.I.
Demolition begins for Prince Edward Home in Charlottetown
Piece by piece, the Old Prince Edward Home in Charlottetown is being torn down. Demolition began on Friday.
Royal Canadian Navy's oldest commissioned ship docks in Summerside
The Royal Canadian Navy's oldest serving ship docked in Summerside on Friday evening and will be there for people to visit throughout the weekend.
5 fun things to do this weekend on P.E.I.
Great news! There are plenty of things to keep you busy on P.E.I. for what is being forecast as a mostly sunny June weekend. Here's a taste of what's on offer this weekend on the Island.
Tuition set to go up at Holland College
The majority of students at Holland College will be paying more to attend the institution starting in September, according to a news release.
'Something has to be done': Fate of historic P.E.I. church in question
The future of Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Georgetown, P.E.I., is in question.