In the early twentieth century, the village of Victoria, located on the south shore of Prince Edward Island, was a bustling seaport, the fourth busiest on Prince Edward Island. Today, the harbour is home to scallop, lobster, and crab boats and the village has redefined itself as a destination for theatre, arts and crafts, fine food, and family-friendly seaside fun.

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