North Cape is a cape at the northwestern-most extremity of Prince Edward Island, Canada.
It is the dividing point for delineating the western limits of the Northumberland Strait. An extensive reef comprised of sedimentary rock extends into the Gulf of St. Lawrence from its low sandstone cliffs. The Canadian Coast Guard maintains a lighthouse as a navigational aid beacon.
The federal government established a wind power test and research site at North Cape during the 1970s energy crisis on account of it being one of the most consistently windy locations in Canada. Since the 1990s a small commercial wind farm has been constructed adjacent to the test site.