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Cavendish Beach: This is seven kilometres of white sand edged with red PEI soil. If you’ve got kids, it’s the best beach in the country. You’ll find scheduled activities, such as sandcastle-building and dune-exploring. Or you can simply can spend long days digging for clams and poking jellyfish. – Bert Archer (iStockphoto)
Cavendish Beach: This is seven kilometres of white sand edged with red PEI soil. If you’ve got kids, it’s the best beach in the country. You’ll find scheduled activities, such as sandcastle-building and dune-exploring. Or you can simply can spend long days digging for clams and poking jellyfish. – Bert Archer (iStockphoto)

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Carrick on money: The cheap and cheerful retirement Add to ...

The best of the web on money, markets and all things financial, as chosen daily by Globe and Mail personal finance columnist Rob Carrick.

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