The last month’s been a crazy whirlwind of activity with my new 50 & 500 piece jigsaw puzzles arriving in town. Sadly not three days before the 8000kg shipment arrived, the elevator in The Guild was deemed not safe. At the time, I was told it will take 6 months to repair. I had been
When Hurricane Fiona hit the Atlantic Canada region, I was heading from St. John’s to Port aux Basques to cover the storm for Reuters. As mentioned in previous blog posts, it was our game plan. As the storm progressed, I was being updated by numerous friends as to what was happening on Prince Edward Island…
During the height of the pandemic, Islander Ann Thrulow created her own cookbook on cabbage called, “My PEI Cabbage Cookbook”. Local Island restaurants, which are usually busy dishing out coleslaw especially with fish & chips, didn’t have the demand for the popular addon so she took action to give the cabbage industry a boost. In
Last night I drove up to the Credit Union Place in Summerside, Prince Edward Island to take in the Yukon vs Newfoundland & Labrador game in Canada games action. Gavin McKenna of team Yukon (in black) has earned the exceptional player status and at age 15 that is quite an honour.
Earlier this afternoon, I popped down to the Delta PEI Convention Centre where the Table Tennis finals had started. I used a chair to setup a remote camera (A7rIV+70-200 2.8). It was my first time covering table tennis. Thankfully a lot of the action takes place in a small area however it is super fast
Tonight in Montague was the Team PEI vs Team Nova Scotia for the gold medal in ringette. Embarrassingly enough, I had to Google Maps where the rink was because I kept thinking of the Souris rink location.
Today was the first day of the 2023 Canada Winter Games on Prince Edward Island. There sure have been a lot more vehicles in the downtown core near my office over the last few days as many Canadians flock to the Island to watch the national tournament. For someone like me, the Canada Games combines
Twenty-22 was a busy year yet slower year. I’ve had the honor of covering Canada and telling the stories of Canadians from coast to coast. Covid really impacted what I thought I was going to be doing and adjustments had to be made. For instance, the Memorial Cup (Saint John, NB) was held in late