PEI: the birthplace of Confederation and a lovely wee province

Photo: Juanita Craig

Confederation Bridge viewed from Cape Jourimain, New Brunswick, is impressive.

With the motto “Parva sub ingenti: The small under the protection of the great” and known for its beaches, red soil, agriculture and being Canada’s smallest province (224 km long and from 6 to 64 km wide), Prince Edward Island (PEI) is a place worth putting on one’s bucket list of places to visit.