Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island is the smallest of all Canadian provinces, consisting of only 5,683.56 square kilometres and 122,000 residents.

The province is located north of the Nova Scotia peninsula and east of New Brunswick. The province’s capital is the city of Charlottetown. There are other urban areas, namely Cornwall and Stratford, as well as a developing urban fringe.

Prince Edward Island has a moderate climate, with mild summers and winters. The province’s natural beauty is famous worldwide, with rolling hills, reddish white sand beaches and its famous red soil shaping the perfect landscapes.

Seasonal industries dominate the economy of Prince Edward Island, with agriculture, tourism and fishery occupying a prime position.

 
 

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