Yearly Archives: 2013

Brackley Beach North Winds

The stay at Brackley Beach North Winds Inn and Suites was fabulous. Golfing is close by and “The Dunes Gallery” is 5 minutes away, not to mention the amazing Brackley Beach just 10 minutes away. The facilities are great, having a gym and pool on the property really adds to the stay. The rooms are simply perfect and the owners have thought of everything for a major, enjoyable stay! Cheers to Murray and Janice MacPherson!

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Charlottetown The Cradle of Confederation

Prince Edward Island, Canada’s smallest province, played a giant role in the creation of the nation. It was here, at the Charlottetown Conference in 1864, that discussions on the subject of union were held by representatives of the colonies of British North America. The often heated debate formed the basis of agreement that resulted in Confederation of the colonies to form the Dominion of Canada. Most of the debate took place in Province House, located in the centre of Charlottetown. This imposing Georgian building had served as the legislative assembly of the colony of Prince Edward Island since 1847. The […]

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Adventures on the Water in PEI

You can’t visit PEI without spending time on one of Prince Edward Island’s famous beaches. But to experience fully the Atlantic Ocean you must get out on the water. There are several ways you can do this. A favourite excursion for vacationers is to go on a seal watching expedition. One of the best of the best seal watching tours is run out of Murray Harbour, located just south of Montague on the east of the island. On the well equipped boats that sail down the Murray River to a protected ocean bay you are brought to PEI’s largest seal […]

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PEI Golf For All

Prince Edward Island was named the 2011 Undiscovered Golf Destination of the Year by the International Association of Golf Travel Operators. PEI might qualify as undiscovered by the international community of golf enthusiasts but it has long been known as Canada’s number one golf destination. There are more golf courses on PEI per capita than any other province in Canada. They cater to all tastes and all levels of proficiency. They are all within a few minutes’ drive from the capital Charlottetown or Summerside, PEI’s second city. Located in spectacular settings PEI’s golf courses have the advantage of being close […]

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A Festival for Every Taste on PEI

Prince Edward Island has an abundance of festivals and events that will tickle the fancy of any visitor. On the island there are events celebrating everything from the beauty of sea glass to the indescribable taste of fresh shellfish. Jazz, bluegrass, Irish, Acadian and Scottish music are presented in special events and almost every day during the summer one can join a Ceilidh (Kaylee) in a community hall. These public kitchen parties include music that will set your feet atapping and Irish dancing that will set your eyes a reeling. If you come to the Island in the early summer […]

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Lucy Maud Montgomery

Prince Edward Island has been made famous all over the world due to the Anne of Green Gables books written by Lucy Maud Montgomery.  L.M. Montgomery was born on November 30, 1874 in Clifton P.E.I., now New London.  Her parents were Hugh John Montgomery and Clara Woolner Macneill.  In 1876, Clara died of tuberculosis.  With the death of his wife, and the failure of his business, Hugh John left his baby daughter on the Island and moved to Saskatchewan where he settled and remarried.  Maud was raised primarily by her maternal grandparents, Alexander and Lucy Woolner Macneill.  With her grandparents […]

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