Borden-Carleton Business Park
The Borden-Carleton Business Park was started in 1996 nearing the date of completion of the Confederation Bridge, which since 1997 has allowed for a new, cheaper and more effective way to do business with the rest of Canada. The Business Park was constructed with expansion in mind and currently there are 2 undeveloped properties, a total of 14 acres available for sale. Borden-Carleton has thrived since the construction of the Confederation Bridge and is quickly becoming an economic centre on PEI. The Borden-Carleton Business Park is currently home to G. E. Silliker and Sons, the Small Business Centre, and MacDougall Steel Erectors Inc. and TransContinental Printing. Borden-Carleton is Prince Edward Island's gateway to the mainland featuring the Confederation Bridge, the world's longest bridge over ice covered waters. The community is centrally located in the Maritimes and is within driving distance to Moncton, Fredericton, and Halifax.