• Live racing returns to P.E.I.
  • The PEI BioAlliance connects the partners of the .

A significant donation to KidSport PEI was made by the group Guys Who Give a $hit!

Noah Dobson joins Team KidSport on PEI to help promote the program.

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3 Points Aviation has signed on to become a major partner with KidSport on PEI.
Located just 20 minutes from Montague Prince Edward Island, Panmure View Beach House is close to world-class golf courses and the Historic City of Charlottetown.

It is a team approach to selling a PEI Real Estate property.

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AMHERST COVE COTTAGES: PEI cottages located on south side of Prince Edward Island in Cape Traverse (Between Borden-Carleton & Victoria By The Sea) overlooking Northumberland Strait with a view of Confederation Bridge to the right and Bells Point to the left with miles of beach in between. Enjoy a swim or go for a walk or jog. Relax and read, make a sand castle, collect some drift wood for an evening campfire. Hunt for treasures, sand dollars, etc. enjoy the beautful sunsets. Central PEI, close to Cavendish and Charlottetown. Just minutes from Summerside.


80 % of all properties sold in PEI are sold using the MLS system.

Prince Edward Island, Canada's Maritime Provinces in the Gulf of St. Lawrence (Atlantic)
Come and relax in this unique summer home overlooking the beautiful Mill River in Prince Edward Island, Canada. All the comforts of home are at your fingertips! Enjoy this spacious 3 bedroom Chalet style summer home with ceramic and hardwood flooring throughout, pine ceilings, central vacuum, in floor heating, oak cupboards, fridge, stove, microwave, toaster, coffee maker, dishwasher, Satellite TV and VCR, BBQ, patio furniture, fax machine as well as washer and dryer.

PEI Charlottetown Airport (YYG):
The Prince Edward Island Arts Guild officially opened in 1994. The building is the headquarters for many of the Island's arts organizations, including the Prince Edward Island Council of the Arts.

Prince Edward Island is truly one of Canada’s secret treasures.

The Confederation Centre of the Arts was built as a memorial to the in 1964 to mark the 100th anniversary of the Charlottetown Conference. The centre is a major arts complex with three theatres, an art gallery and a public library. The gallery has a fine collection of Canadian art and features a large collection of the works of , a portraitist of the late 19th and early 20th century whose most notable work is the group portrait of the Fathers of Confederation. The 1,100-seat main stage theatre is home to the , a showcase of Canadian musical theatre.

Prince Edward Island - Official Site

Our waterfront cottages are located in central Prince Edward Island in Keppoch and York Point. They both have beautiful surroundings and panoramic views of The Charlottetown Harbour.
Our York Point Chalet Cottage has spectacular views of the Charlottetown waterfront and harbour entrance. Enjoy the views from the 2 decks or sit and relax in the sheltered professionally designed beach landing.
Our Keppoch Cottage is a charming 2 bedroom cottage privately nestled in the trees, steps away from the shore and 10 minutes from Charlottetown. Enjoy the boats passing by and the breathtaking sunsets from the deck.

Prince Edward Island - Wikipedia

The provincial government assists these groups and funds a wide variety of activities. The Prince Edward Island Museum and Heritage Foundation, for example, not only administers historic sites but is also active in collecting and interpreting material culture. The Prince Edward Island Council of the Arts also assists and encourages local cultural development. Both Holland College and the University of Prince Edward Island are vital contributors to the contemporary cultural life of the Island.

Prince Edward Island - The Canadian Encyclopedia

The rich cultural heritage of PEI developed as an integral part of the community partially because of the relative isolation of the province. Even within the province there was little communication between the Acadian communities in the western part of the Island and the predominantly Scottish communities in the southeast. Although the French language and Acadian culture have been strengthened in recent years, the Gaelic language has all but disappeared. Because of threats to the cultural life of the province, many groups actively support aspects of the Island's cultural heritage.