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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.
Regional tourism associations may be eligible to receive provincial financial assistance to develop new PEI tourism products. Regional Product Development Fund investments are non-repayable contributions intended to strengthen Prince Edward Island’s tourism regions. Projects supported by the Fund...
Your event may be eligible for provincial financial assistance to non-profit organizations only to offset the cost of hosting your national, international or regional meeting or a convention in the tourism shoulder season (any month other than July or August). The hosting grant is limited to $10...
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...
Your tourism website may be eligible for provincial financial assistance to offset some of the costs of translating the website. The Tourism Website French Translation Support Program increases the web presence of tourism services available in French in PEI. The Fund is used to translate existing...
The Hermanville/Clearspring Wind Farm generates more than 110 million kilowatt-hours of emission-free electricity for Prince Edward Island each year, which can power 13,750 homes on PEI. The Wind Farm has ten turbines that can generate three Megawatts of electricity. , Where does the energy from...
BookPEI is an online accommodation inventory management and reservation system for the accommodation operators in Prince Edward Island. Operators participating in BookPEI, will see their accommodation details appear on tourismpei.com. In addition, this information will be utilized by visitors to...
The purpose of the Island Welcome Centre Program is to assist non-profit/community operated visitor information centres with the delivery of quality customer service. Tourism PEI staff provide support, direction and training, to ensure the minimum standards identified in the program are being met...
The, Tourism Industry Act, requires every accommodation owner in the province to obtain an operator's license. The, Act, further stipulates that every property must be inspected on an annual basis. It is against the law to offer accommodations to the public without a license. If you have any...
The operation of off-highway vehicles is regulated by the, Off-Highway Vehicle Act, . Off-highway vehicle refers to any motorized vehicle designed for cross-country travel on land, water, snow, ice, marsh or swamp land including: four-wheel drive or low pressure tire vehicles; power motor cycles...