310-million-year-old tree fossils to reveal new ancient animals; Hillary Maddin; Conversation

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Alberta’s Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park Named Canada’s 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site; Helena Hanson; Narcity

It takes the grand total of Canada’s ‘World Heritage Sites’ up to 20!

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Canada just got a new UNESCO World Heritage Site; Chandler Walter; Daily Hive

Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park has just been designated as a World Heritage Site by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization.

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The 2019 World’s Best Cities in Canada; Siobhan Reid; Travel+Leisure

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This sacred Canadian place is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site; Elana Shepert; Vancouver Is Awesome

An ancient sacred place in Alberta, Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai’pi, is now the latest Canadian entry to the UNESCO World Heritage list.

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Kootenay MP advocates stronger action needed to protect Wood Buffalo; RVWest

The UNESCO World Heritage Committee expressed serious concern about the continued deterioration of Wood Buffalo National Park…

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The Best Places to Travel in August; Lori Zaino; The Points Guy

When August arrives, it may already feel like summer is winding down, and that it’s time to start thinking about back-to-school shopping and pumpkin spice lattes. But you don’t have to go full-on autumn mood just yet — there’s still time for one last summer getaway. This August, it’s best to avoid some of the …

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National Trust for Canada Announces UNESCO Participation for Canada Historic Places Day; Canadian Architect

For the third annual day of celebration, Canada’s UNESCO World Heritage sites, Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump and Pimachiowin Aki, will celebrate Canada Historic Places Day. The National Trust for Canada is a national charity that leads action to raise awareness for historic places at risk. The charity directs funding to communities renewing historic places, and offers…

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Summer Getaways We’re Losing to Climate Change; Grant Suneson; 24/7 Wall Street

Old Town Lunenburg is a historic city on the Southern coast of Nova Scotia. It is considered by the UN to be the “best surviving example of a planned British colonial settlement in North America.” Its coastal location landed Old Town Lunenburg on a list…

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Happy Canada Day! Explore Canada from Coast to Coast on a Variety of Shore Excursions; Daniel; Holland America Line

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