Tom Steepe

Video Journalist

Tom Steepe is an award-winning video journalist with CBC P.E.I.

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Thousands of students cheer on Islanders for school-day game

More than 3,500 P.E.I. students filled the stands at the Charlottetown Islanders game Wednesday morning as the team hosted its second annual school-day game.

Matt Welsh given 'great way to give back' as player-ambassador for blood donation program

Matt Welsh has taken on a new role as player-ambassador for Hockey Gives Blood, a non-profit that's partnered with Canadian Blood Services to educate the hockey community about the importance of blood and stem cell donation.

Charlottetown Rotarians mark 75th anniversary of D-Day invasion

The Charlottetown Rotary Club held its annual Remembrance Day program today, paying special attention to the 75th anniversary of D-Day, the Allied force’s invasion of Nazi-occupied Europe in World War II.

Island students honour veterans with No Stone Left Alone ceremony

On a blustery fall Friday, students from Eliot River Elementary School gathered at Sherwood Cemetery in Charlottetown to remember those who have served Canada.

Province still working on plan to dispose of Dorian debris piles on P.E.I.

As residents and work crews continue to clear piles of debris left from post-tropical storm Dorian, provincial officials have another issue on their hands — figuring out what to do with giant wood piles scattered throughout the Island.

Summerside's Dorian cleanup efforts winding down

If you haven't dropped off your post-Dorian yard and tree debris in Summerside, the advice from the city is to do it soon.

Summerside police cracking down on drivers illegally passing stopped school buses

Summerside Police are cracking down on drivers illegally passing stopped school buses while the red lights are activated.

Making Halloween on P.E.I. accessible for all trick-or-treaters

An Island woman is doing her part to make sure children with accessibility issues don't miss out on trick-or-treating this year.

Free family law workshops aim to better inform newcomers

Community Legal Information is hosting workshops on family law for newcomers to P.E.I.

Trail volunteers put in long, tough days repairing Dorian damage

After post tropical storm Dorian hit the Island September 7, hiking trails across the province were in desperate need of attention after hundreds of trees were knocked down during the storm.

'There's progress finally': Construction ramps up at Ocean View Resort in Summerside

Work on the Ocean View Resort and Golf Facility on Summerside's waterfront is continuing to move forward. The project has been years in the making.

Gifts from the Heart store opening 'a good feeling' for founder

Gifts from the Heart is finally open at its new home on Spring Lane in Charlottetown.
CLIMATE CHANGE

Researchers using drones to document, study impact of Dorian on P.E.I.

Researchers with the UPEI Climate Lab are using drone technology to get a rare glimpse from high above the devastation caused by Dorian.

Bianca Andreescu's U.S. Open win inspires young tennis players on P.E.I.

When Bianca Andreescu topped Serena Williams to capture the U.S. Open becoming the first singles player in Canadian history to win a grand slam title, she did so with an entire country cheering her on.

'It is a humongous day': Happiness, nervousness on first day back to school

New teachers, new classmates and making new friends — it's time again as thousands of students across the province headed back to class today, opening the books on the 2019-2020 school year.