- There are so many places here in Canada that our own Canadians have never visited in our own backyards.
The Huronia Museum has an art gallery containing art by the Group of Seven, pioneer, military, native artifacts, plus a recreated Huron Village of how the Huronia would have lived prior to the Europeans.
Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia
Protects and provides on-site and on-line access to the history of the Mahone Bay area.
Port McNicoll, Ontario
Visit the last Edwardian passenger steamship of its type in the world: older than Titanic!
Midland, Ontario to Port McNicoll, Ontario
Winnipeg, Manitoba 8 places
Join me for a historic tour of Winnipeg
Rycroft, Alberta 1 place
Go visit fur trade history in one of the most scenic landscapes in northern Alberta
A History of Halifax’s Naval Bases
Halifax, Nova Scotia to McNabs Island, Nova Scotia 3 places
The proud history of naval defence, along the shores of the Halifax Harbour.
Dreaming of the West Coast
Vancouver, British Columbia to Victoria, British Columbia 3 places
Always dreamed of exploring the beauty and history of the Canada’s West Coast