Victoria Park in located along the waterfront of Charlottetown, the capital city of Prince Edward Island. It is home to the Mi’kmaq Confederacy of PEI, was an important colony under New France and eventually was occupied by the British who … Continue reading EXPLORE: Prince Edward Battery, Victoria Park, Charlottetown, PEI
New Brunswick History and Other Stuff – See them all at johnwood1946 Table of Contents, Rev. December 19, 2018 The blog posts follow this Table of Contents, in the sequence shown. To access a particular post, copy and paste the title, or a … Continue reading HISTORY: One of the most extensive and growing collection of articles about Atlantic Canada and beyond!
Sustainability? Have we forgotten lessons from the past? Or is big really better? In 1976, The New Alchemy Institute launched “The Ark” at Spry Point, PEI. Radical and innovative techniques showed the promise of combining alternate energy with food production … Continue reading ENERGY: The Sun Builders – Opportunities Lost – The Ark
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The Confederation Bridge to PEI: The curved, 12.9 kilometre (8 mile) long bridge is the longest in the world, crossing the waters of the Northumberland Strait to join Prince Edward Island with mainland New Brunswick. It continues to be seen as … Continue reading EXPLORE: Confederation Bridge – The longest bridge in the world!
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P.E.I. man believes he has found oldest European artifact, wants verification Treasure hunter has contacted the Royal Ontario Museum for help in determining age of items Lindsay Carroll · CBC News … Source: P.E.I. man believes he has found oldest … Continue reading P.E.I. man believes he has found oldest European artifact, wants verification | Atlantic Treasure Quest