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Borden-Carleton, a village, is located in Prince County in the western portion of Prince Edward Island, SE. of Summerside. Its precise location is N 4615', W 6340'.

This page is a comprehensive index of all of the information on our website related to Borden-Carleton. You can also search for information on other communities.

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Municipal Government Information

The Town was incorporated in 2012 and has a population of 750.

Telephone: (902) 437-2225
Facsimile: (902) 437-2610
Address: PO Box 89, 167 Industrial Drive, Borden-Carleton, PE, C0B 1X0
Meetings: Second Monday of the month 7:00 p.m. 167 Industrial Drive This information is subject to change. Please contact the municipality to confirm the meeting time and location. The municipality of Borden-Carleton was incorporated in 1995.
Office Hours: Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.; Summer Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Email: bcadmin@borden-carleton.ca
Website: http://www.borden-carleton.ca

Aerial Photographs

Aerial photography courtesy of AirScapes. All aerial photographs are available for sale, as prints or slides; please contact AirScapes for details. You can also see a complete list of aerial photographs of the Island.

Confederation Bridge

Confederation Bridge
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711 x 512 - 66K
Carleton Motel

Carleton Motel
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McCain Foods

McCain Foods
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711 x 510 - 83K
Confederation Bridge

Confederation Bridge
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708 x 520 - 51K

MORE AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS... there are 8 aerial photographs of Borden-Carleton in our Aerial Photo Gallery.

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.

Confederation Bridge

Confederation Bridge
Credit: 2002 Jessica Strains, Illinois, USA
500 x 312 - 32K
852 x 533 - 44K
Confederation Bridge from New Brunswick side.

Confederation Bridge from New Brunswick side.
Credit: (c) 2003 Patricia O'Brien
498 x 375 - 45K
1020 x 768 - 112K
Waterspout over Confederation Bridge

Waterspout over Confederation Bridge
Credit: 2004 Misty and Luc Giroux, Ottawa, Ont
500 x 371 - 39K
1024 x 760 - 80K
Waterspout over Confederation Bridge

Waterspout over Confederation Bridge
Credit: 2004 Misty and Luc Giroux, Ottawa, Ont
500 x 371 - 36K
1024 x 760 - 75K

You can send us your own photos for inclusion here.

Business Directory

Our Business Directory, a comprehensive database of Prince Edward Island businesses and organizations, lists 43 businesses in Borden-Carleton.

InfoPEI Listings

InfoPEI is a useful compendium of facts, addresses, pointers to businesses, governments and organizations and other reference information. To see InfoPEI information on Borden-Carleton, select a category and click GO.

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Visitors Guide Listings

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The Geography of Borden-Carleton

Maps

You can use our interactive maps to display maps of Borden-Carleton and area.

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Driving Distances and Times

To find driving distances and times from other locations, consult the distance chart for Borden-Carleton.

Statistical Information

The PEI Community Accounts has information about Borden-Carleton.   Community Accounts provides a comprensive source of community, regional, and provincial data on social, environmental and economic topics

Information courtesy of Community Accounts

Borden-Carleton falls inside the Statistics Canada census subdivision of Borden-Carleton. They have detailed statistical information available for the Borden-Carleton 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 Borden-Carleton (which can be somewhat technical, we admit):

Borden-Carleton (Community) was established 12 April 1995 by Executive Council O rder EC 269/95. Confirmed 29 May 1996 on 11 L/5. Composed of the Localities of Borden, Carleton Siding, and Carleton.

Information courtesy Geomatics Canada .

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