Prince Edward Island has several islands and islands of Canada. In Nizica, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Quebec. Compared to the rest of the Canadian provinces, it has fewer inhabitants and areas. Prince Edward has several names: “The Garden in the Bay”, which refers to the fields of green agriculture along the water. “The birthplace of the Confederacy,” which returned to the meeting held in Charlotte in 1864, and Prince Edward joined the Confederacy in that meeting and became Canada’s seventh province.
The economy is the farm that produces 25% of Canadian potatoes. Prince Edward is a Canadian immigrant.
According to the 2011 census, Prince Edward has 140,204 people. 200 kilometers north of Halifax (NW) and 6,000 kilometers east of Quebec City. It is composed of a main island and 231 smaller islands, with an area of 5.685 square kilometers. Which is the island’s 104th largest island in the world and 23rd in Canada.
Prince Edward Island weather
The province has four seasons: spring, summer, winter, and autumn. Spring is usually late. Summer is usually pleasant, not too hot or too cold. Although the ocean’s water is relatively cold and its surface temperature rarely exceeds 20 degrees, islanders and tourists enjoy seawall and swimming in the ocean during the summer months.
The winters are usually long and cold and there is a lot of snow from November to April. Winter storms sometimes shut down schools and business institutions. However, with the climate change that has taken place in recent years, there is less snow and days with very lower temperatures. The island is from the windy areas. The presence of the wind makes the air temperature appear colder on the island, but during the summer, due to the presence of heat, this wind can be expanded.
The temperature range in the spring is from 8 to 22 ° C.
During the summer season, the temperature is usually in the range of 20 and ndi degrees and can rise to 32 ° C.
The temperature range in the autumn is 8 to 22 ° C.
The temperature is between 3 and 11 ° C in the winter.
The rainfall on the island is an average of 868 mm per year, and annual rainfall is an average of 340 cm (134 inches).
Prince Edward Island Population
Some of the demographic data of the island are as follows:
In 2016, the population of the province is estimated at 142,907.
Prince Edward Island, with its small population, is the most densely populated province of Canada (23.9 per square kilometer).
About 56% of the population live in rural areas.
Most of the island’s population is of British descent (Irish, Scottish, and English).
About 11% of the population of the island, its first language is French.
Native peoples of the Micromach, make up about 2 percent of the island’s population and have different indigenous heritage.
Prince Edward Island Economics
Major industries in the province include agriculture, tourism, fishing, and industrial production.
About 30 percent of Canadian potatoes are cultivated in the province. This product is the most important source of income for 20,000 farms in this province. Other products grown in the province are apple, strawberry, blueberries, carrots, onions, tomatoes, legumes, and so on.
The tourism industry (especially during the summer) is considered an important source of income for the island. The attraction of the natural scenery, the golf tournament, and the village of a girl from Green Gibbs on this island attracts a lot of tourists.
The fishing industry is another major economic issue. Crabs, shellfish, Irish mosses, tuna fish and oysters are famous throughout Canada and around the world.
The industrial production sector is mainly active in the food industry. Hitech Industries (High Tech) are also finding their place on the island, especially in the medical, electronics, bio, and agricultural fields.
Prince Edward Island Education System
Pre-university education in Prince Edward Island, Canada, lasts for 10 years and lasts for 6 to 16 years. The primary education program in Prince Edward County is an elementary elementary school that lasts six years and includes six to six years of age. Secondary state education Prince Edward is a pre-primary education course (secondary education) that lasts 3 years and includes 12-15 years. The final level of pre-university education in Prince Edward is a secondary school that lasts 3 years and lasts 15-15 years. It turns out.
Prince Edward Island
The island has no big city like Canada’s other provinces. In fact, there are 311 cities in Canada, each of which is larger than the total population of the island. Charlottetown, the central city of the island has about 33,0000 inhabitants, named after Queen Charlotte (wife of King George III). In 1855, Charlottetown was included among the cities, and in 1875 it became the first city in the island.
Prince Edward Island, another city called Summerside, located in the Prince of Wales. There are seven other cities on the island: Alberta, Cornwall, Georgetown, Kensington, Montage, Suriz, and Stratford. There are several villages on the island.
Lucy Maud Montgomery Mary, one of the most famous writers in Canada who was born in Prince Edward Island. His most famous book, “It’s A Girl From Green Gables,” was published in 1908. Cinematic films, TV films, serials and theatrical performances (musically) from Da
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