PEI Burger Love

For most Canadians, April is simply the bridge between a long winter and the promise of summer. In Prince Edward Island, however, April has been beefing up its profile, bringing Islanders out of hibernation in droves with the promise of, well, burgers.

Entering its ninth year, PEI Burger Love has become one of the Island’s most highly anticipated food competitions of the year. The dearly held tradition has put the spotlight on P.E.I. beef and the importance of supporting the

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