Located northeast of New England on Canada’s stunning Atlantic coast — Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland make up Canada’s Eastern Edge.
Each has its own distinct traditions and offerings,
and all share a lifestyle forged by life beside the sea.
New Brunswick is an Eastern Edge wilderness, full of awe-inspiring nature. A place of untamed rivers brimming with fish, and forests abundant with moose, dear and bear. It’s where whales rise from the sea and seals play in the surf.
Newfoundland — The Rock — is a magnificent and extraordinary island thrusting its craggy face into the North Atlantic. It is the most easterly point of North America and an Eastern Edge treasure.
Nova Scotia — New Scotland — is Canada’s Ocean Playground. A breath-taking coastline links land and sea in this amazingly diverse place. Nova Scotia is the centre of Canada’s Eastern Edge and its energetic capital city Halifax is the hub of commerce, culture and cuisine, home to four universities and Canada’s Atlantic Navy.
Known to Canadians simply as PEI, this laid back, fertile island of red sand beaches is the food island — a place where fresh and local is an obsession. PEI is home to Chef Michael Smith, Food Network Host and PEI Food Ambassador.