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Boil Water Advisory for Guests, Recommendations for Guests: What to do when a Boil Water Advisory has been issued In order to ensure safe drinking water supplies for guests, tourism properties follow a strict operation and maintenance program based on Health Canada's Guidelines for Canadian...
The, Tourism Industry Ac, t requires by law that occupancy information (room nights sold and room nights available) for all fixed roof accommodation and campgrounds on Prince Edward Island must be submitted to the Compliance Division of the Ministry of Tourism as a condition of licensing....
When Prince Edward Island's railway was abandoned in 1989 Islanders were quick to notice a unique opportunity. The idea of a tip-to-tip shared use walking and cycling trail in the summer and a snowmobile trail in the winter was born. With beautiful rolling hill scenery, quaint villages and...
Quality Tourism Services is an industry run non-profit contracted by government to inspect tourism accommodations for licensing. They also administer the Canada Camping Select ratings program on PEI. To arrange an inspection please contact Quality Tourism Services at 902-566-3501.
Your newly developed cultural tourism product may be available for provincial financial assistance to offset some start-up costs. The Tourism Innovation Fund assists in the research, development and market launch of new cultural tourism products. Projects supported by the fund will develop or...
Prince Edward Island Visitor Information Centres (VICs) are staffed with knowledgeable and friendly vacation planners to assist visitors with all Island vacation planning needs. Services include: free Internet service, information on local attractions, activities and accommodation reservations,...