Sara Fraser

Web Journalist

Sara is a P.E.I. native who graduated from the University of King's College in Halifax. N.S., with a Bachelor of Journalism (Honours) degree. She's worked with CBC Radio and Television since 1988, moving to the CBC P.E.I. web team in 2015, focusing on weekend features. email

Latest from Sara Fraser

'Lest we forget': Moving Remembrance Day ceremony in Charlottetown

The cenotaph in Charlottetown was the gathering spot for a moving Remembrance Day service Monday, Nov. 11.

Memories of taking the train on P.E.I., 50 years later

Islanders share their memories of taking the passenger train in P.E.I. in the old days.

17 years after grieving student graduates, she gives back at high school that helped

This P.E.I. photographer is excited to give back at her old high school — staff at Three Oaks helped Susan Gaudet graduate as her father died of cancer.

Visual artists invited to growing design conference on P.E.I.

A conference at Holland College in Charlottetown begun three years ago is expanding this year to include visual artists.

3 dead in 2-vehicle Thanksgiving Monday collision

Three people are dead after a two-vehicle crash in Caledonia, P.E.I., Monday afternoon.

What to do if you meet a coyote? Wave a big stick and don't run away

Coyotes have been seen in parts of P.E.I's National Park, and experts have some safety tips to share in case Islanders or visitors encounter one or more of the animals when they're out for a stroll.

Clifford Lee finishes work as provincial housing adviser

Clifford Lee's stint as a special adviser for the province's housing action plan had ended, a spokesperson for P.E.I.'s Department of Transportation told CBC News in an emailed statement Friday. 

Roundabout roundup: Progress report on P.E.I.'s 4 new roundabouts

Summer roadwork is in full swing across the Island with roundabouts planned for both Summerside and Prince County. Here's your rounabout roundup for P.E.I. 

Confederation Centre gets extra $1M from federal government

The Confederation Centre will get an extra $1 million from the federal government over the next two years, in addition to the $3 million the centre receives annually for its programming.

7 fun things to do on P.E.I. this first weekend of August

This weekend is stacked with so many things to do, you can stay active from morning till late at night taking it all in — or, you can throw in the towel and head to the beach! 

Charlottetown Airport evacuated Monday afternoon after false alarm

Charlottetown Airport was evacuated this afternoon after a bag that was being screened set off an alarm.

Clear win for PC Natalie Jameson in P.E.I.'s deferred election

Progressive Conservative candidate Natalie Jameson has won the deferred election in Prince Edward Island's District 9 Charlottetown–Hillsborough Park with 43.7 per cent of the vote, or 1,080 votes. 

5 fun things to do on P.E.I. this mid-July weekend

Summer entertainment season is in full swing across P.E.I., with theatres and concert halls bursting with local entertainment. Here are some of the choices for this mid-July weekend.

P.E.I. family gets close-up look at beluga

A Charlottetown family got a close-up look at a beluga whale that has been spotted swimming in P.E.I. waters the last several days.

2 new ferries for P.E.I., Magdalen Islands to be built in Quebec

The federal government says it plans to soon sign a contract with Quebec shipyard Chantier Davie to build replacements for two ferries in eastern Canada — the MV Holiday Island which runs between P.E.I. and Nova Scotia in the summer months, and the MV Madeleine in service between the Magdalen Islands and Souris, P.E.I.