Talk:Prince Edward Island
A good rule of thumb for what is or isn't a destination (ie with its own article) is if it has places to sleep, eat, shop, etc. So the Grand Canyon is a destination but the Golden Gate Bridge is not (San Francisco is).
- So, I'm starting the Wikitravel:What is an article? page -- let's move this discussion there. -- Evan 06:45, 30 Oct 2003 (PST)
 How to divide?
Right now this article doesn't need to be broken up. We need to add a lot more info, first. But I think that we should plan for how it will be broken up in the future. Rather than dividing it by towns, I think it should be divided into regions. With the exceptions of Charlottetown and possibly Summerside, none of the villages on PEI are large enough to merit their own articles (Malpeque had one, but I've merged it into the main article). I think that the obvious division is by county, with extra sections for Charlottetown and Summerside. So eventually we should plan to make Prince Edward Island a general introduction, and move the details into Charlottetown, Summerside, Prince Edward Island (Queen's County), Prince Edward Island (Prince County), Prince Edward Island (King's County). -- 126.96.36.199 18:53, 26 Jun 2005 (EDT) (PBurka on Wikipedia)
- Um, no, that's not really the way it works. Basically anywhere that you can sleep (and has something worth seeing) gets its own article, and these are then collected up in regions. Please see Wikitravel:What is an article? and Wikitravel:Geographical hierarchy. Jpatokal 22:13, 26 Jun 2005 (EDT)
 i love P.e.i
pei is the best place in canada (and earth) i bwould never whant to go any where else in my life time i will keep coming here forver i love pei!!!!!!
your's truly gina
Prince Edward Island is located on the east coast of Canada. It has 3 main industries: fishing, farming, and tourism. People from all over the world come to PEI and enjoy its quiet lifestyle, and sense of family.
George Jordan, Red Soil Real Estate