Mud Creek Days in Wolfville, Nova Scotia

A celebration of mud!

The Bay of Fundy is well known for its record setting enormous tides, the Minas Basin happens to be an inlet for these waters.  Mud Creek Days is a week long festival to celebrate the strong currents that carry tons of silt into the Minas Basin; resulting in marvelous, murky, muddy waters in Wolfville’s harbour.

The many festivities include: mudsliding, fireworks, chocolate mud dessert contests and much more.

Digby Ferry to Saint John

Kentville, Nova Scotia

TSN & Kraft Visit Canning, Nova Scotia

Vote on July 10th for Canning to Win $25,000


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TSN & Kraft visit Canning, Nova Scotia Photo Montage

Landscape of Grand Pré Named UNESCO World Heritage Site‏

Kentville, Nova Scotia, June 30, 2012 – The Landscape of Grand Pré has been added to the prestigious United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage List. The decision was announced at the 36th session of the World Heritage Committee in Saint Petersburg, Russia. With this inscription, the Landscape of Grand Pré joins the most iconic sites on Earth including the Egyptian pyramids, the Great Wall of China, and the Great Barrier Reef as part of the heritage of humanity as a whole.

Today’s announcement was welcomed by various community groups and government officials who worked collaboratively with key stakeholders for more than five years to attain international recognition for the 16-square-kilometre site. It is comprised of marshlands, the Grand-Pré National Historic Site, and part of the communities of Grand Pré and Hortonville. The Landscape of Grand Pré World Heritage Site is considered the symbolic homeland of the Acadian people and a world-class example of agricultural achievement in a location with the highest tides in the world.

“Today’s announcement is a tremendous symbolic achievement for the Acadian people whose ancestors persevered through upheaval and peaceful [Read more…]

Innovative Takes Flight in New Minas, NS

Cardy and Steve test out our new flying-spaceship-looking camera device.

Halls Harbour, Nova Scotia on Canada Day

A beautiful, buzzing day in Halls Harbour, NS, celebrating Canada Day.

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