Charlottetown

Charlottetown is the capital of Prince Edward Island, Canada. Prince Edward Island is among the Atlantic Provinces of Canada. Charlottetown is on the southern coast of the province. Mi’kmaq <<MIHK mak>> Indians lived within the space earlier than Europeans first arrived within the 1700’s. The British based Charlottetown in 1763. They named the town after Queen Charlotte of Nice Britain.

 Charlottetown has a number of crops that produce such dairy merchandise as butter, cheese, and milk. Authorities businesses present jobs for many individuals within the metropolis. Charlottetown attracts hundreds of vacationers in the course of the summer time.

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