A taste of island flavour

March 2016
International Cruise & Ferry Review;Spring/Summer2016, Issue 48, p194
Trade Publication
The article reports that Port Charlottetown in Prince edward island has created a welcoming environment for visitors and is getting the rewards of tourists' increasing preference for local produce. The land is rich, producing fruits, vegetables, meat and dairy products. Port Charlottetown underwent a significant redevelopment project in 2015.


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