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Prince Edward Island: PlaceFinder Dalvay by the Sea, Prince Edward Island

Dalvay by the Sea, an unincorporated area, is located in Queens County in the central portion of Prince Edward Island, NW. of Mount Stewart. Its precise location is N 4625', W 6305'.

This page is a comprehensive index of all of the information on our website related to Dalvay by the Sea. You can also search for information on other communities.

Community Photographs

Our community photographs collection includes selected photos of schools, churches, parks, and other public buildings, areas and events. We are constantly adding to our collection, and welcome your suggestions.

Dalvay by the Sea

Dalvay by the Sea
Credit: Copyright 2002 Pierre McKenzie Quebec City
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Business Directory

Our Business Directory, a comprehensive database of Prince Edward Island businesses and organizations, lists 1 businesses in Dalvay by the Sea.

Visitors Guide Listings

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The Geography of Dalvay by the Sea

Maps

You can use our interactive maps to display maps of Dalvay by the Sea and area.

Click on the map link: Show Map

Statistical Information

Dalvay by the Sea falls inside the Statistics Canada census subdivision of Lot 34. They have detailed statistical information available for the Lot 34 census subdivision for the following categories: Education,Ethnicity,Family,Income,Labour Force,Population, and Shelter.

Information courtesy Statistics Canada.

History of the Name

The official history of the geographic name Dalvay by the Sea (which can be somewhat technical, we admit):

Dalvay by the Sea (NOT Dalvay house NOR Dalvey-by-the-Sea)(Sett.) was adopted 25 October 1966 on 11L/6h.Status changed to Locality when Dalvay by the Sea became part of the Community of North Shore in 1974. Status confirmed when it also became part of the Community of Grand Tracadie in 1984.

Information courtesy Geomatics Canada .

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