Fossilized comb jellies, or ctenophores, are rare because the creatures are almost completely soft-bodied. Rare fossil finds are helping us learn more about ancient animals and evolution.
Lighthouses, whales and fishing villages: 10 best places to visit in Nova Scotia; Helen Earley; Lonely Planet
Cradled by the Atlantic, many of the best places to visit in Nova Scotia owe their beauty to the ocean.
Viking Map of North America Identified as 20th-Century Forgery; David M Perry & Matthew Gabriele; Smithsonian Magazine
New technical analysis dates Yale’s Vinland Map to the 1920s or later, not the 1440s as previously suggested…
L’Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site, open May-October, offers adventures with a Viking settlement, craft demonstrations, artifacts, and tours.
Whether you’re looking for a long-weekend getaway or a deeper dive into the local culture, these five urban centers in Canada will not disappoint.
Source: The Top 5 Cities in Canada
Ximen Mining Corp. (TSXV:XIM)(FRA:1XMA)(OTCQB:XXMMF) (the “Company” or “Ximen”) is pleased to announce that the Company will participate in the upcoming Banff Capital Conference.
Visit Quebec City for an unforgettable adventure. Discover the best hotels, restaurants and things to do with this highly curated Quebec City travel guide.
Source: Quebec City Travel Guide
The Rideau Canal is a gorgeous destination to explore the adorable small towns along its shores during all seasons of the year.
Spark your sense of wonder in Alberta’s cultural landscapes; Maryellen Kennedy Duckett; National Geographic
Romantic getaways are always enjoyable vacations any time of year, but fall destinations have much to offer to couples in love.
Wood Buffalo National Park one step closer to list of UNESCO world heritage sites in danger following calls to address Site C, oils ands impacts…
Nahanni National Park Reserve has a new management plan for the first time in a decade. The plan, tabled in the House of Commons last Friday, includes a long list of recommendations for how to include Dene people in all aspects of park stewardship, with the goal of protecting the park from ongoing climate change-related threats. Parks Canada, along with the Dehcho First Nations and Nahanni Butte, N.W.T., worked together on the plan. The 30,050-square-kilometre park extends down the South Nahanni River along the N.W.T.-Yukon border, and ends at the river’s confluence with the Liard River near Nahanni Butte, N.W.T.
Heritage, Graves, and the Afterlife of Colonial Infrastructure: The Case of the Rideau Canal; Gabrielle McLaren; Niche Canada
The Canadian park-making process breathes new life into colonial infrastructure projects in an attempt to further legitimize Indigenous land dispossession.
Glamping along windswept beaches, wine tasting and adventures like tidal bore rafting are just a few of the fun things to do in Nova Scotia, Canada.