Tourism PEI News
Transitioning to a New Tourism Information System and Occupancy Reporting Requirements
An update for operators on the transition to a new information system and occupancy reporting requirements
Update for Book PEI Operators
Effective January 1, 2023, BookPEI will no longer be available as a booking system for PEI operators.
Turo launches in time for 2022 tourism season
Canada’s largest car sharing company, Turo, is launching in Prince Edward Island just in time for this year’s peak tourism season. Island small business owners and individuals can now signup at Turo.com to earn extra income…
Island Walk Recruiting Transporation Partners
Island Trails is recruiting accommodation and transportation partners for the Island Walk for 2022.
A 425-mile Walking Route Opened In Canada
A 435-mile Walking Route Opened in Canada — and It Comes With Spectacular Views, Seafood Stops, and Charming Small Towns
Anne of Green Gables' return to Confederation Centre
Anne of Green Gables' return to Confederation Centre brings excitement for businesses, theatregoers
Charlottetown named host city for 2024 East Coast Music Awards
The East Coast Music Awards are set to return to P.E.I.'s capital in May 2024 for a five-day international event.
Luke Combs announced as 1st artist in return of Cavendish Beach Music Festival
After a two-year absence due to COVID-19 health restrictions, the Cavendish Beach Music Festival is moving forward with plans for its 12th year next July.
PEI’s new Island Walk, inspired by the Camino de Santiago
PEI’s new Island Walk, inspired by the Camino de Santiago, lets visitors travel the province entirely on foot
Government of Prince Edward Island News
Prince Edward Island receives 2022 Skift IDEA Award for pandemic response
Minister of Economic Growth, Tourism and Culture, Hon. Bloyce Thompson congratulates the Tourism Industry Association of Prince Edward Island and Tourism PEI for receiving a 2022 Skift IDEA Award for the Safe Haven program.
New members on Tourism PEI Board
The Tourism PEI Board of Directors welcomed three new members this month.
Minimum wage to increase
Prince Edward Island’s minimum wage will increase by 70 cents to $13.70 per hour on April 1, 2022.