Making, Building, Mining and Processing in Atlantic Canada
Atlantic Canada has long been a place where items originated from food and factory made items, to tools and minerals that were mined. These sites share those stories and many more.
Trinity, Newfoundland and Labrador
Dorchester, New Brunswick
Bonavista, Newfoundland and Labrador
Barrington, Nova Scotia
Tyne Valley, Prince Edward Island
Port Greville, Nova Scotia
Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador
Saint Lawrence, Newfoundland and Labrador
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
Sussex, New Brunswick
Aguathuna, Newfoundland and Labrador
Trinity, Newfoundland and Labrador to Aguathuna, Newfoundland and Labrador
Atlantic Canada’s Hidden Histories
Shelburne, Nova Scotia to Fredericton, New Brunswick 40 places
geocaches that demonstrate the rich, diverse histories of Atlantic Canada.
Cardigan, Prince Edward Island to Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island 4 places
The surprising Black history of Prince Edward Island.
50 Great Saves: The Heritage Railway Stations Protection Act
Duncan, British Columbia to McAdam, New Brunswick 10 places
In 1990, the Heritage Railway Stations Protection Act came into effect after years of lobbying with the help of the National Trust for Canada. The act has granted over 150 railway stations federal legal protection across the country including the Duncan train station in Duncan, BC and the McAdam Railway Station in McAdam, New Brunswick.
Halifax, Nova Scotia to Middle Sackville, Nova Scotia 9 places
The geography of Black urban Halifax and Windsor encompassing the waves of Black migration