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Island Jobbers

Director: Scott MacLean
Genre: Lifestyle
Host: Peter Ruttguaizer

Up before dawn and back home after sunset. Island Jobbers tracks a diverse group hard working men and women as they earn a living in Prince Edward Island.

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Episodes

Episode 1 - Tuna Fishing

Peter meets up with a local fisherman to learn all there is to know about tuna fishing.

Episode 2 - Bee Keeper

Discover the world of bees thanks to a local PEI beekeeper.

Episode 3 - Lobster Fisherman

Fishing, fisherman, PEI, Prince Edward Island, adventure, baker, tuna, brewer, golf, yarn, North Lake

Episode 4 - Brew master

Peter meets up with a local brew master to talk about the art of brewing.

Episode 5 - Golf Club Supervisor

Our next stop is with a local golf club supervisor who will shows what golf clubs are all about.

Episode 6 - Yarn Maker

Paul meets a local yarn maker that will take us through the process and all the tools necessary.

Episode 7 - Baker

Learn how to bake with this local PEI baker.

Episode 8 - Horse Driver

What does horse driving entail? Let’s take a look at how this local PEI horse driver does it!

Episode 9 - Equipment Manager

What does it take to be an equipment manager? In this episode we’ll take a look at the challenges of organizing all the necessary equipment.

Episode 10 - Projectionis

Peter learns how to operate a film projector with local PEI projectionist.

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