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Sir John A MacDonald Statue Removed | National Cover Photos

Once I heard about Charlottetown City Council voting to remove the Sir John A MacDonald statue, I emailed 5 people from the city asking when the removal would take place. I received 2 responses; A Twitter (Chtown account) direct message and an email from the communications coordinator. “Hi John, this is going to be worked Read More

A Virgil for the 215 Children Discovered

Last Sunday (June 30th) I got a text message about a Virgil happening the next day (Monday, June 31st) in downtown Charlottetown. It was after the discovery of 215 bodies outside the Kamloops Residential School which had an “enrollment” peaking at 500 “students”. The Indigenous organizers wished to have a small group (due to COVID19 Read More

World War II Crash Site

Prince Edward Island is well known for it’s history. Islanders are all too familiar with it being the birthplace of Confederation. It is known for other amazing accomplishments like Anne of Green Gables or the first place in Canada that received the distress signal of the Titanic, amongst others. With COVID19 significantly impacting my travel, Read More


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I WON GOLD!

I won gold at the Atlantic Journalism Awards! I also received 2 silver awards for a total of 3 awards out of a possible 6 in total! This is my first time receiving a reward as I don’t usually participate in submissions for awards. To provide some context, I was nominated 3 times for the Read More

Sir John A MacDonald Statue Removed | National Cover Photos

Once I heard about Charlottetown City Council voting to remove the Sir John A MacDonald statue, I emailed 5 people from the city asking when the removal would take place. I received 2 responses; A Twitter (Chtown account) direct message and an email from the communications coordinator. “Hi John, this is going to be worked Read More

A Virgil for the 215 Children Discovered

Last Sunday (June 30th) I got a text message about a Virgil happening the next day (Monday, June 31st) in downtown Charlottetown. It was after the discovery of 215 bodies outside the Kamloops Residential School which had an “enrollment” peaking at 500 “students”. The Indigenous organizers wished to have a small group (due to COVID19 Read More

World War II Crash Site

Prince Edward Island is well known for it’s history. Islanders are all too familiar with it being the birthplace of Confederation. It is known for other amazing accomplishments like Anne of Green Gables or the first place in Canada that received the distress signal of the Titanic, amongst others. With COVID19 significantly impacting my travel, Read More

Beluga whales!

A couple of weeks ago, I was heading towards Souris (Eastern PEI) from Stratford. I had taken a different route going through Fort Augustus and came to the small community of Mount Stewart where there were a lot of people on either side of the road along with cars occupying both sides of the road. Read More

Setting Day Eve on PEI

Tonight is setting day eve, where lobster fisherfolk head out in the morning and set their traps. For Islanders this is an exciting day as the lobster fisheries is big part of our economy. For some, they baited their traps & loaded their boats on the weekend. For others, they will wait till the morning Read More

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An Island of Lighthouses

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2022 Calendars

Twelve annual Atlantic Canada (& 1 Canada) Calendars available in stores across the region or online. Buy on Amazon

Covered Bridges of New Brunswick

Covered Bridges of New Brunswick

Eighty-four pages of all the covered bridges New Brunswick has to offer. Buy on Square


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