With striking waterscapes and a rich history to explore, Charlottetown is a magical place to discover. The city is charmingly small, incredibly safe and delightfully easy to navigate through by foot. It bursts at the seams with fresh culinary offerings, a vibrant cultural scene and colourful celebrations

  • Population: 36094 – Capital city of PEI
  • Charlottetown’s economy is dominated by the public sector. The Provincial, Federal, and Municipal levels of government are significant employers in the central part of Queen’s county, as are the health care and secondary and post-secondary education sectors. Technology companies have also increased their share of the city’s workforce
  • Charlottetown is home to University of Prince Edward Island (UPEI), offering programs in arts, education, science, business, nursing, and veterinary. Charlottetown is also home to Holland College, as well as various other private training colleges
  • Queen Elizabeth Hospital is located centrally in the city
  • Charlottetown offers big city amenities, restaurants, nightlife, theatre entertainment, and arts and culture