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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. 434043

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. 434043
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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. 434043

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English


Episodes

#48: Leader's Week with Mitch

4/12/2019
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Getting to know the party leader's before the provincial election. PC Dennis King, Green Party Peter Bevan- Baker, NDP Joe Byrne, and Liberal Wade MacLauchlan.

Duration:00:48:43

#47: Infection detection, clearing the air, and Martha MacIsaac

4/5/2019
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This week on PEI Pulse, new equipment helps in infection diagnosis, some students are helping to 'clear the air' on STI's and movie moments with Matha MacIssac.

Duration:00:25:46

#46: Training, Steers, and Science

3/29/2019
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This week the PEI Pulse takes us to a science fair, a training ground and an Easter beef show.

Duration:00:19:19

#45: From English Corner to picture this clean

3/22/2019
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Today the good, the bad, and the ugly of sharing on social media, counselling through the Farm Assistance Program and helping connect people through language.

Duration:00:20:51

#44: Irish cooking and a celtic wedding

3/15/2019
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Today a PEI student from Zimbabwe, a few recipes for Irish cooking and soliciting Alan Doyle to play a wedding.

Duration:00:25:36

#43: Let's talk, it really does matter

3/8/2019
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This week , the importance of talking, finding strength in writing and why 'Tignish Talk' is such a hit with people in the community.

Duration:00:27:28

#42: 'Our Husky is Ok! Leave us alone'

3/8/2019
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We'll hear why their dog is just fine outside, no options for a black hair cut and a special surgery for twins.

Duration:00:26:30

#41: 'I didn't know if it was going to explode'

2/22/2019
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We hear about a close call with a truck catching fire, learn about how to avoid buying a fake car seat online and check in with a P.E.I. entrepreneur who pitched his product on Dragons' Den.

Duration:00:22:00

#40: One man's final thoughts and honouring a classmate

2/15/2019
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Neil Harpham described his feelings hours before his medically assisted death. We'll also hear about a school fundraiser in honour of classmate Trayton Acton and $30,000 hockey card collection.

Duration:00:25:10

#39: How do you sort through 1000s of records?

1/25/2019
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How does P.E.I. compare when stacked up against the world's 100 largest Islands? We find out. We also hear from some of the people sorting through CBC P.E.I.'s record library, and we also learn to skate.

Duration:00:23:46

#38: 'The clickety clacks and the hot lead pots'

1/18/2019
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This week, we hear about 44 years in the newspaper business, choose a number in the phone book to see who picks up, and learn what it takes to restore the doors of the 100-year-old St. Dunstan's Basilica.

Duration:00:24:04

#37: 'A love of baking and a love of words'

1/4/2019
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We hear how a very special cake inspired Wendy McIsaac's new book, and we check in with an Islander who is in Ethiopia sharing information about HPV and cervical cancer with women and girls.

Duration:00:23:36

#36: 'It was sportsmanship, it was love, it was friendship'

12/21/2018
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We hear about a very special gift, given to a 12-year-old goalie battling cancer by the opposing team. And, we meet a young entrepreneur who found magic in making wands.

Duration:00:17:37

#35: 'You don't realize how many people you impact in your life'

12/14/2018
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We find out about 365 notes written to an Island man who has been battling some health issues, meet Hooligan - a retired vet school horse, and hear how female DJs on P.E.I. are coming together to share their passion for music.

Duration:00:21:21

#34: 'I did not give the baby up, I gave it back'

12/7/2018
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This week's episode features two stories about giving - in very different ways. Amanda Grady says she is she's just one of those "lucky women that really loves being pregnant" so she became a surrogate mother for a couple in Sweden. We also hear from two young Islanders who wrote and recorded a Christmas song in hopes of raising money for those in need.

Duration:00:23:29

#33: 'I'm not scared of coyotes'

11/30/2018
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We go out with Mi'kmaw photographer Patricia Bourque to learn more why she takes a red dress with her to photograph when she goes out for a walk. We also hear from an artist who is painting the walls (and doors) of a dementia unit to prevent patients from wandering. And three Islanders get together to talk about their love for fruitcake.

Duration:00:34:19

#32: Home from the hospital in time for the holidays

11/23/2018
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We visit Paizlee Rose, a baby born premature at just 23 weeks, in her home now that she's finally home from the hospital. We also look back at MP Lawrence MacAulay's 30 years in the House. And we hear from this year's Symons Medal winner, Margaret MacMillan, on why we go to war.

Duration:00:30:39

#31: Stuck in the snow

11/16/2018
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Paralympian Billy Bridges explains why he's disappointed Calgary voted against bidding for the 2026 Olympic Games, a member of Juno-nominated band 10 Strings and a Goat Skin talks about the adventure he embarked on after the band took a hiatus, and we hear about how a group of people helped eachother up the hill and out of a snowstorm.

Duration:00:25:45

#30: The mystery of Byron Carr, Riley's collection and 50 years of fencing

11/9/2018
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Byron Carr remains Charlottetown's only unsolved murder in recent times. Ahead of the 30 year anniversary of his death, we hear why police are still hopeful they can find his killer. Also on the podcast this week, we hear from a fencer who, after 50 years, is being named to the P.E.I. Sport Hall of Fame and about a young collector getting VIP treatment at a military camp.

Duration:00:30:32

#29: "If I continued down the path I was [going] I'd be 400 pounds today or I'd be dead"

11/2/2018
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We hear from an Island woman about what she has gained by losing 130 pounds, go to Virginia to find out about what school districts there are doing to prevent cars from passing school buses, and following a dog attack, we hear from the woman who's dog was attacked.

Duration:00:20:29