From PEI, With Love

Cranberry Sienna from Village Pottery

Prince Edward Island is not only known across the world for its’ rich red soil, but also its rich culture. As Islanders, we take a lot of pride in buying local and we love sharing our local treasures with tourists from all over. Here are my favorite five PEI locally … More

The Inside Scoop on COW’s

Cow's Creamery Building

Growing up on PEI, I have been immersed in all things ‘Island’. I take the back dirt roads to my favorite beaches, potatoes with my supper is an absolute must, and I know exactly where to find the best cold treat on a sunny summer day. I recently had the … More

Point’s East Adventures

Greenwich National Park

Being born and raised in eastern Prince Edward Island, I love when the summer hits and it’s time to get out exploring. Afterall, we just made it through a long quiet winter and now the Island has come alive with colors, smells, sights and sounds.  I was brought up on … More

PEI Kayaking Adventure

My better half and I recently visited Victoria by the Sea. As I drove through the quaint village to the water, I couldn’t help but feel like I was transported back to the Victorian era. Charming tree lined streets and beautiful traditional homes make this the perfect seacoast village to … More

Insider’s CBMF Tips

Years ago, there was an average cow pasture nestled in Cavendish, Prince Edward Island that is now the largest outdoor music festival in Atlantic Canada! Each summer, more than 70,000 people make the trip to Cavendish, PEI for the Cavendish Beach Music Festival to get a front row seat to … More

PEI’s Little Known Wonders

Prince Edward Island is most known for its beautiful mile long sandy beaches, pristine golf courses and a particularly stubborn red headed girl of Avonlea, but our Island also has some interesting natural occurrences that many don’t know about and if you are lucky you just might stumble upon a … More