Getting to St. Peter's Bay:

T3 Transit

The forum delegates can take the T3 Transit (St. Peter's <-> Charlottetown) to travel from Charlottetown to the Canadian Centre for Climate Change and Adaptation in St. Peter's Bay. The bus is running 3 times a day with a rate of $2 one way. See the T3 Transit website for more information about the bus schedule and booking.

Getting to Charlottetown:

Charlottetown Airport

The Island’s commercial airport with air service provided by Air Canada, WestJet, PAL, Flair, Swoop, and Sunwing. Non-stop flight options from Toronto, Montreal & Halifax and seasonally from Hamilton, Edmonton, and Ottawa. Along with thousands of connections world-wide.

Confederation Bridge

A 12.9 km (9 mile) bridge, connecting Cape Jourimain, New Brunswick to the town of Borden- Carleton, PEI. Open 24 hours, year-round. Bridge tolls are collected when leaving the Island at the toll plaza in Borden-Carleton.

Northumberland Ferries

Separated by a strait, connected by the sea. Embrace all that Nova Scotia and PEI have to offer with an unforgettable ferry journey. Operating from May 1 – December 20.

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