Tour Details In Nova Scotia, cultures combine to form a wonderful tapestry of experiences.That there are three World Heritage Sites in the province (a total of five if you count the biospheres) speaks to a vibrant history that’s been wonderfully preserved with our founding cultures.You can explore the historic downtown area of Charlottetown including Victoria Row, Peakes Wharf waterfront and the many features which make this city a top tourist destination.Tour Details May is a perfect month to visit Prince Edward Island.We sincerely thank you for your support and appreciate your enthusiasm for our destination and tourism products.The Host Committee has been working hard to plan a memorable experience for you at RVC 2018 in Halifax and hope you will enjoy your time with us!Primary records have enough inconsistencies of fact and, with websites, you have the added possibility of error of transcription. So with primary documents and the internet, be judicious, check and double-check.(see Newfoundland Mi’kmaq Books for more sources) For other family trees, genealogical and vital statistics information and sources, go to Bay St. There is a lot of material in the main site, but for a year membership, you get to go in the ‘Members Only’ section.
the brick red soil contrasts beautifully with the deep blue ocean and the emerald green grasses of spring. Prince Edward Island is Canada’s smallest province.There is a lot of information on the big genealogy websites like and And there are lots of other sites with information where you don’t have to pay a membership fee.There you find many of the invaluable papers on Newfoundland family history written by Allan Stride among other materials.NL Gen Web and Newfoundland Grand Banks are also great resources for vital statistics data. A wonderful source for information on Burgeo history and families is the 1925 Diary of Burgeo by Joseph Small.
A visit to Nova Scotia is not complete without seeing this remarkable phenomenon and the unique seascape it has created.