P.E.I. Pulse brings together the best audio from CBC P.E.I.'s airwaves. Host Mitch Cormier shares interesting stories about Islanders and the things that matter to P.E.I. every week.
#109 : Adoption, free hair cut helps and PEI opens
This week on PEI Pulse Podcast broadening access to adoption information , outreach group giving free hair cuts and welcoming back fully vaccinated people
#108: Lobster pain, walk in clinics and pandemic drinking
This week on PEI Pulse Podcast the debate over lobsters and pain has made its way to the British House of Lords, access to walk in clinics still a challenge, 18 months later and rising liquor sales cause concern.
#107: Residential school Vigil, K'town refugee and Voices From Epekwitk
This week on PEI Pulse Podcast, an emotional vigil to honour the victims and survivors of residential
school, a Kensington man wants to rescue his sister from a refugee camp and Gordo Bernard wants to share his Mi'kmaw heritage.
#106: Honouring Tommy Sark, Indigenous mother and assisted death of couple in love
This week on PEI Pulse Podcast, two daughters honour the memory of residential school survivor and basket maker, Gilbert "Tommy" Sark, through a project called Unweaving Living Knowlege. Alisha's story about how she is learning what it means to be an Indigenous mother and all about the first PEI couple that decided to die on the same day, with the help of Medical Assistance in Dying.
#105: Farmgate, garden sharing and 4 yr old sings a hit
This week on PEI Pulse Podcast a unique theatrical project at Bonshaw farm, "Tinder" for gardeners and Four-year-old receives attention for his rendition of Sonny's Dream.
#104: India crisis, nurse MacWilliams and Leopard crab
This week on PEI Pulse Podcast We'll hear from a UPEI student from Delhi who just returned to PEI, Islander Kate MacWilliams works in a Toronto hospital, and every day she sees the cost the pandemic and Robert Harding found a different sort of crab shell on the beach last fall.