Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland has announced $48.5 million for tourism relief in Atlantic Canada, calling it “direct support” to help tourism operators and businesses adapt their operations.
When Tazul Riad moved to P.E.I. in 2005 from Bangladesh, he had a hard time getting a game of cricket together — there were only about 10 frequent players. Now, those few players have turned into hundreds of passionate cricketers.
With parking lots getting full as visitors arrive from all over Canada, Parks Canada is reminding visitors to P.E.I. National Park that roadside parking is not permitted.
On July 31, Helen Green will pour herself a cup of tea, spread some jam on a biscuit and log into her computer on P.E.I., where she will meet with about 30 people doing the same thing in Japan.