The Island Digital Voices project is an initiative of the Government of Prince Edward Island, founded in 2021, and is administered by the PEI Museum & Heritage Foundation.
The intent of the project includes two key elements:
Island Digital Voices aims to capture the stories of interesting, notable, and otherwise intriguing Islanders—so they can be shared with others and preserved as part of our province’s history.
Read, listen to, and watch stories about the Honourable Antoinette Perry, Mi'kmaq storyteller Julie Pellissier-Lush, and the Honourable Lawrence MacAulay.
The stories featured on Island Digital Voices are, for the most part, gathered and created by young and aspiring storytellers from Prince Edward Island.
Educators are welcome and encouraged to use these media pieces in their classrooms.
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