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Taking a different line

An abandoned railway line through the heart of Prince Edward Island leads Guy Wilkinson on an unforgettable biking adventure through a unique maritime province.

In the late 1800s, a strange fever took hold of Prince Edward Island. 1,591 more words


Supporting cultural enterprise in Canada

Interview with Mark Sandiford, Executive Director, Culture PEI, Canada

When I first heard about Culture PEI it was due to a Cultural Entrepreneurship Intern position which I found so interesting because I had never seen one before in cultural organizations. 1,502 more words


Pine Siskins in Blizzard

Where I used to live, on a more wooded lot about 50 km west of where I live now, there were Pine Siskins every winter. This is the first year I’ve noticed them here in Vernon Bridge. 74 more words


Green Gables Readalong: Anne of Avonlea

Lindsey at Reeder Reads is hosting a Green Gables Readalong, in which we are reading one Anne book a month between January and August. This month we are talking about… 935 more words

Canadian Lit

Go Jump Off A Bridge!

As a family, what do we miss about Prince Edward Island in Canada?

The Beaches – but not just any old beach – this island has tons of them so lslanders in the know, can afford to be picky. 454 more words


Changing of the guard in Canadian men’s curling surfaces at the Brier

By Donna Spencer

CALGARY — The Brier has become a young-er man’s game.

When Brad Jacobs and his Northern Ontario team won the Canadian men’s championship two years ago with an average age of 29, they were considered the fresh faces of the sport. 826 more words


I Think I Enjoy Hibernation


It’s dark and dreary – particularly in Prince Edward Island.

It’s easy for me to hide out in my home throughout the winter months – I can enjoy movies, music, books, and computer games.   223 more words

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