My name is Kai. For the past two years I've been studying journalism at Holland College in Charlottetown, P.E.I. I like telling stories with photos, videos and the written word. I've learned that everyone has a story tell, even on a small Island with a population of 153,000.
Oh, and one time I won the Guardian Journalism Award for my success in the journalism program. That was cool.
Got a job for me? Shoot me an email at [email protected]
Tony Davis came home to his girlfriend after his first day at Holland College with a flyer in his hands. He put the flyer down on the table in front of her. On the flyer was a 2017 Nissan Micra with the words, "Earn a car" written on the piece of paper.
By Kai Vere The Guardian One P.E.I. man is on a mission to spread the love to animals across the Maritimes. When Kieran Atkinson took a trip to Newfoundland over the summer, he saw an opportunity to give back. The local SPCA was
The Guardian As her house was burning, Kristine Vandenberghe and her family stood outside in the pouring rain and heavy winds and waited. They'd been told by Montague firefighters they should be able to get the fire under control. After 20 minutes, one firefighter approached Vandenberghe and handed her a framed photo he'd taken from the burning house.
( Above ) Owner of Island Hill Farm, Flory Sanderson, dances with one of the more excitable goats at Island Hill farms. Kai Vere photo. One of many handmade goats milk soaps manufactured at Island Hill Farm. Kai Vere photo. By Kai Vere Jan 25, 2018 "Molly, Chloe, Maybel, Ringo, Emily..."
Jennifer Dewland working hard to stay in shape at the Holland College gym on Jan 10. Kai Vere photo. Fred Campos keeping up his fitness routine at the Holland College gym on Jan 10. Kai Vere photo. By Kai Vere Jan. 10, 2019 After eating, drinking and buying ourselves into a festive state of confusion...
Charlottetown rap artist performs at Skrrt Skrrt at Baba's by Kai Vere TWEET: "It's something that just lights my soul on fire. I always knew, it's just I was waiting until I got in the right frame of mind when I was able to create something I was proud of," says Chelsey Moisan, a rap artist from Charlottetown.
By: Kai Vere The UPEI Cheerleading team practices their routine at the North Shore Community Centre in York. The routine will be performed at upcoming CheerExpo national championships in Halifax, where they broke provincial records last year with their second ...