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The Plein Air festival is in full swing in the Geopark! come see international artists interpret our wonderful land and seascapes ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less
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Art inspired by land and seascape: the essence of a Global Geopark! ... See MoreSee Less
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Now you know!Happy Summer Solstice! Cape d’Or is the best spot around to watch both sunrises and sunsets 🌞 ... See MoreSee Less
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June 21st has been declared National Indigenous Peoples Day. The Canadian Constitution recognizes three groups, First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples as Aboriginal peoples — also known as Indigenous peoples. Although these groups share many similarities, they each have their own distinct heritage, language, cultural practices and spiritual beliefs. To help Canadians understand these three groups a little better, the Government of Canada has created an index of resources about different groups. To explore some history, languages, cultures, and experiences of Indigenous Peoples across Canada, please visit: www.rcaanc-cirnac.gc.ca/eng/1621447127773/1621447157184 June is National Indigenous History Month, a time for all Canadians and people visiting Canada to reflect on the histories that cultured our lives here today. Indigenous histories should be told by indigenous voices, which is only a small part of Truth and Reconciliation. We believe in the incredible work that is being done by Indigenous organizations, Elders, artists, and researchers. One of these projects which has been underway in this area where we are [Sipekne'katik, Mi’kmaki] is the Mi’kmawey Debert Cultural Center which stemmed from the findings at Debert Archaeological site. The Mi’kmawey Debert Cultural Center has a beautiful video which recounts the story through the Elders Advisory Committee of Mi’kmawey Debert (@mikmaweydebert). vimeo.com/424739728?embedded=true&source=vimeo_logo&owner=20917133#at=126 Their website is a mecca of information, and their use of video storytelling keeps us listening, learning and relearning the places around us.Some incredible news regarding Mi’kmaw artifacts being returned to NS:www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/collection-mikmaw-artifacts-coming-home-museum-1.6475354#:~:te...'kmaw,'kma'ki%20by%202025This artwork is one of our favorites: Kluskap makes an amethyst necklace for his grandmother, at Wa’soq [also known as Partridge Island] by artist Gerald Gloade. You can visit the site with him at www.mikmaweydebert.ca/ancestors-live-here/partridge-island/wasoq/ #IndigenousHistoryMonth #IndigenousPeoplesDay #FirstNations #Métis #Inuit #NIHM2022 #mikmaweydebert ... See MoreSee Less
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Coming to the Cliffs of Fundy!Hello, summer! Here we come, Five Islands seaside! ☀️🌊For just a few hours, on just a few days of the year, the tides are low enough in this area of the Minas Basin to run the ocean floor. If you're up for an adventure this summer, come race the tides in this 'run for your life' event on August 14!For more information or to register, visit www.notsincemoses.ca/ ... See MoreSee Less
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What is a Geopark?

A Geopark is a designation that attracts tourists wishing to explore the connections between geology, local communities, culture, and nature. Geoparks are designed to promote tourism and celebrate a region’s uniqueness, and do not prohibit any land use.