Prince Edward Island’s tourism sector is going to take a tough hit this coming Summer as COVID-19 is devastating the economy. I write this although I am optimistic that we will be able to pull further ahead than anticipated. In slowdowns of the past, the Island usually will see more tourists visiting from Nova Scotia
Indigenous supporters and demonstrators showed up at the entrance to the Toll Booth at the Confederation Bridge on Monday until around noon. They were showing their support for the Wet’suwet’en. The demonstrations were peaceful and slowed cars by a few seconds however at no point was there a full closure of the road. Police were
A snowstorm is currently impacting downtown Charlottetown. The day started off with some ice pallets really impacting the roads however it has now changed over to a snowstorm. Don’t forget to take a moment to subscribe to my newsletter, as visible in bottom right corner.
For the past 24 hours, Prince Edward Island has been hit with a good winter storm. It’s certainly left a good amount of snow down. Last night in Charlottetown, we went out to snap some photos when the snow was easing up. I love taking photographs of a little snow in the air using a
The Progress Conservatives of PEI look to be the first minority government to complete a full legislature sitting on PEI. Dennis King (back center/red tie, with 13 seats), Peter Bevan Baker (back right, Green Party with 8 seats) and interim Liberal leader Sonny Gallant (back left, with 6 seats).
This year I decided I would do a review of my top 19 photographs taken in 2019. The reasons will vary for each photo but I will have a brief or long (I dunno) explanation. I hope you enjoy. This will be a great memory to look back on in a couple years! 1. Hurricane
Shopping can be difficult for people on the best of days. Add in some sensory triggers and lots of options can lead to a difficult experience. Cailynn Klingbeil from The Globe and Mail writes ‘Sensory-friendly shopping’ offers a low-noise and low-light retail environment for consumers where I was assigned by the Globe and Mail to