Nature is part of the story in Atlantic Canada

Bonavista, Newfoundland and Labrador to Derby Junction, New Brunswick 16 places
Experience the connection between nature and cultural history as never before.
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Fish and Fishers in Atlantic Canada

Canso, Nova Scotia to Conche, Newfoundland and Labrador 7 places
Places that tell the story of the fishery in Atlantic Canada
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Intersecting Cultures of Atlantic Canada

Red Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador to Beaver Harbour, New Brunswick 44 places
Visit the places that tell the story of cultural interactions
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Home is Where the Heart is in Atlantic Canada

Dartmouth, Nova Scotia 25 places
These sites all tell the story of domestic life in Atlantic Canada
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Old Edson Cemetery

Edson, Alberta
The Old Edson Cemetery, also known as the ‘Baby Graves’, was Edson’s first cemetery.
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The Alberta Coal Branch: Ghost Towns of Alberta’s Mining Industry

Edson, Alberta to Mountain Park, Alberta 5 places
The Alberta Coal Branch is a chain of abandoned mining towns near the Rocky Mountains.
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Mercoal, Alberta
Mercoal was the last major operator of the Alberta Coal Branch.
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Cadomin, Alberta
Cadomin was the largest town in the Alberta Coal Branch but has under 50 residents today.
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Robb, Alberta
Robb is one of the only remaining towns of the Alberta Coal Branch.
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Mountain Park

Mountain Park, Alberta
Mountain Park was once the highest year-round inhabited community in the Commnwealth.
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