The 2008 Canadian National Junior Baseball Championship Host Committee Inc. is proud to announce that the City of Charlottetown will be one the 2008 Canadian National Junior Baseball Championship “Platinum” sponsors.
The beautiful City of Charlottetown is located on the south shore of Prince Edward Island (PEI), just off the eastern shore of Canada, in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, and separated from the mainland by the Northumberland Straight. Centrally located and easily accessible, Charlottetown is located within a 45 minute drive to all major points of access to and from the Island.
The Greater Charlottetown area has a population of 60,000. The city covers a land area of 44.33 kilometres. Charlottetown is the capital city of PEI, and is Canada's "Birthplace of Confederation", as a result of the historic 1864 Charlottetown Conference that lead to Confederation. Charlottetown is rich in history and culture and is the hub of provincial and federal government; commerce and technology; and health and educational institutions for the province.
Visitors to Charlottetown and PEI frequently comment on the sense of comfort they experience while visiting our great city and beautiful province. The friendliness of our people, our warm hospitality and strong sense of community combine to create peace of mind in Islanders and visitors alike. As a tourism destination, we promise you that your stay will be memorable in so many ways!
Walk and Sea Charlottetown ... In our seaside city, historic small town charm meets urban flair. Where else can you explore a city completely by foot and discover everything your heart desires from delightful dining and quaint shops to vibrant culture and modern nightlife.
To learn more about the City of Charlottetown visit the city’s website.