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Shellfish Fest cracks open PEI’s wonders

Vacay.ca writer Renee Suen discovers the culinary gems on the island — and chowder too.



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On PEI, new favourites blend with old

Sir John A. Macdonald welcomes visitors to Charlottetown, site of a huge summer celebration.


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Sweet science of chocolate making on PEI

Island Chocolates has kid-friendly workshops that will send you to heaven, Jody Robbins says.



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A Canada Day tour of the nation

Vacay.ca checks in on the July 1 action in Toronto, Montreal, Calgary and Vancouver.



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This PEI home takes you for a spin

You'll always have an ocean view at this rotating house that revolves 360 degrees.



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2014 Top 50 Restaurants in Canada: Raymonds in Newfoundland is No. 1

Nation's chefs choose elegant St. John's favourite as the best place to dine out.


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Setting the trap for lobster love on PEI

A rite of spring takes place in the Maritimes each April 30, Vacay.ca's Shannon Leahy writes.



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Charlottetown is No. 1 for 2014 travel

Vacay.ca names PEI capital the best place to visit in Canada in the new year.



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20 Best Places to Travel in Canada: 2014

Charlottetown tops the Vacay.ca list of Canadian travel destinations for the next 12 months.


The Inn at Bay Fortune in Prince Edward Island. (Adrian Brijbassi/Vacay.ca)

It’s not chef Michael’s kitchen anymore

Inn at Bay Fortune continues as a PEI standout even though a giant looms on people's minds.





 
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