All things from the Maritimes

Today marks 145 years since Canada became a kingdom in its own right; when the colonies of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and the Province of Canada joined to become a single country on July 1, 1867.

Natal Day Parade, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

Natal Day Parade, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

A Brisk Spring Morning by sharrafrost
McLaughlin Nature Park, Moncton New Brunswick

A Brisk Spring Morning by sharrafrost

McLaughlin Nature Park, Moncton New Brunswick

Waiting by imonline

Chance Harbour, New Brunswick

Waiting by imonline

Chance Harbour, New Brunswick
Good morning sunrise by SpencerCameron
Belmont Provincial Park, Prince Edward Island

Good morning sunrise by SpencerCameron

Belmont Provincial Park, Prince Edward Island

Biking/Walking Trail by *imonline
Saint John, New Brunswick

Biking/Walking Trail by *imonline

Saint John, New Brunswick

Hearses lined up on Halifax wharf, transferring RMS Titanic victims recovered by CS Minia, 1912. Nova Scotia Archives.

Hearses lined up on Halifax wharf, transferring RMS Titanic victims recovered by CS Minia, 1912. Nova Scotia Archives.

Titanic Gravesite in Halifax, Nova Scotia

Titanic Gravesite in Halifax, Nova Scotia

Across the Marshes by ~HeadmistressMercedes
Lunenburg, Nova Scotia

Across the Marshes by ~HeadmistressMercedes

Lunenburg, Nova Scotia

Brackley Beach, Prince Edward Island
by ~Proud-Father

Brackley Beach, Prince Edward Island

by ~Proud-Father