The Black Watch and the Black Loyalists

Nashwaak Bridge, New Brunswick
Discover the common histories of the Black Loyalists and the 42nd Highlanders
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For the first time ever and for a limited time only, we’re pulling back the hoods to reveal the engines of our vintage vehicles in Gasoline Alley Museum! Different cars will be featured each week – explore the museum and talk with costumed interpreters to discover the stories behind the engines. And, you won’t want to […]

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Diefenbunker: Canada’s Cold War Museum

Ottawa, Ontario
A 4-storey underground Cold War communications HQ, now a museum & national historic si…
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Brockinton Bison Pound

Manitoba
Archaeological site in the RM of Two Borders. Lat: N 49°12.067’ Long: W 101°02.011′
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Attention, ghosts and goblins! Come embrace the Halloween spirit and enjoy the Ghouls’ Night Out bash! Round up your family, don your favourite costumes, grab flashlights, and get ready for a spook-tacular evening for all ages. Come for tea in the Rabbit Hole, learn how to fly a broom at Sanderson Sisters’ Flying Academy, play […]

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Black Loyalist Heritage Centre

Shelburne, Nova Scotia
Home of the Black Loyalists, the largest free Black settlement in the 1780s.
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“Learn how to identify medicines around us, how to create a reciprocal relationship with those medicines, and why it is important to harvest through Mi’kmaw guiding principles and teachings such as Netukulimk” By Shawn Feener Shawn is a Mi’kmaw conservationist, freshwater ecologist, and educator. He has worked with endangered species such as Atlantic Whitefish and […]

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Holy Roller – Second World War Tank Monument

London, Ontario
Holy Roller is one of only two tanks in the world to survive from D-Day to VE-Day!
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Wicksteed Commemorative Park | Town of Mount Royal, Qc.

Mont-Royal, Québec
Wicksteed Commemorative Park | Town of Mount Royal, Qc.
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Lachine Canal | National Historic Site of Canada, 1929

Montréal, Québec
Lachine Canal | National Historic Site of Canada, 1929
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