“Unlocking History” by Carl Phillis located at the Confederation Trail at Belvedere Avenue near Farmers' Market, Charlottetown (Art in the City, a joint project between the City of Charlottetown and the Prince Edward Island Council of the Arts).
Glooscap is a figure that features heavily in Mikmaq creation stories. One favourite is that when Glooscap slept, Nova Scotia was his bed, and Prince Edward Island was his pillow. This statue stands outside the Glooscap Interpretive Centre in Truro, N.
Climb atop an iron horse on PEI’s Confederation Trail, part of the Trans Canada Trail system. The Confederation Trail extends 279 km across the island through communities such as Charlottetown, Souris, Georgetown and Montague.