Prince Edward Island

Birthplace of Confederation

Canada's smallest province known simply as PEI is linked to the mainland by the Confederation Bridge and at 13km in length it is the world's longest. Prince Edward Island is an area in which the residents have fought hard to keep the way it was when it was first inhabited by westerners.

There is not a lot to do but the beautiful scenery makes up for it all. Every area of the island is easily accessible by the many roads that crisscross the pastoral landscape.

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Charlottetown City Hall Raspberry Cordial Co. Busy Province House Low Tide Dusk, Charlottetown, PE PEI Avonlea Church Avonlea Lobster traps

Recent articles about Prince Edward Island

  • Charlottetown's Jack Frost Children's Winterfest
    Prince Edward Islandís third annual winter festival. This event, the Jack Frost Children's WinterFest, kicks into gear on February 16-18, 2007.
  • Will PEI Give Up Potatoes for Puffballs?
    PEI has a varied and exciting history. It is, of course, Canada's Birthplace, where the Fathers of Confederation met and agreed to join together to form one country. Among many more claims to fame, PEI is the setting for 'Anne of Green Gables' and was the homeland of the many Cajuns (Arcadians) of Louisiana until they were exiled by the British. Because PEI was geographically separated from the mainland by the Northhumberland Straits until the humongous Confederation Bridge was built 1997 and because its major export is their top of the line potato crop, PEI citizens are affectionately referred to as Spud Islanders... who are no longer Islanders.
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