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Island Community Fund supports three Central Kings projects

Beaujolais Nouveau and Vino Novello wines arrive in PEI Liquor retail outlets

National Child Day marks 25th Anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

Federal and provincial support enhancing Indian River Festival experience

Capital Budget builds on investments in projects Island-wide

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 Bird of the Day

Ruddy Turnstone

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 Business of the Day

Bedeque Bay Cottage
in North Bedeque.

 Things To Do

Events for November 22nd, 2014

Christmas Stars Concert

Deck the Halls Craft Sale

Nuts at The Charlottetown Hotel

O'Leary Christmas Craft Fair

J.P. Cormier

Colonel Gray Christmas Craft Fair

Little Ray's Reptile Zoo: Diversity of Things

Charles Reid Concert

Summerside Legion Kitchen Party

Wintertide - Holiday Festival

The Music Man at The Guild

Ten Thousand Villages Sale

To search for upcoming events, visit our Festivals and Events page.

 What's New

Recent updates to our website.

New and Expanded Mental Health and Addictions Services for Island Youth

 Factoid of the Day

A severe wind storm during fishing season is called a "trap smasher."

 Today in Island History

On November 22 in Island history...

1852 Frederick Gisborne lays the first submarine telegraph cable in North America between Cape Tormentine, N.B., and Carleton Head, P.E.I. It is a dress rehearsal for a much grander project: a Trans-Atlantic cable.

From the PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation

 Aerial Photo of the Day

Red Head Harbour in Red Head Harbour

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Aerial photograph by Birds Eye View Photo

 Island Place of the Day

Fishermans Bank
A shoal, E. of Murray Head.

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 The Moon

Moon's Illumination for 11/22/2014

Calculated using software from Sky & Telescope

 Sunrise and Sunset

Information for: November 22, 2014

Sunrise: 07:22 AM AST
Sunset: 04:35 PM AST

 Charlottetown Tides

Tides for Charlottetown
Do NOT use for navigation.
Consult official tide tables.

Tide data from the
Canadian Hydrographic Service

 Environment Tip of the Day

Use cedar to repel moths, instead of mothballs, which contain poisons.

From Environment & Energy.

 Farm & Forestry Fact of the Day

Information provided by the
PEI Agriculture Awareness Committee

With a total land area of 1.4 million acres, PEI has approximately 646,000 acres cleared for farm use.

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Agriculture and Forestry Information Centre

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