Archives: Fairview Lawn Cemetery – Burial location of Titanic and the 1917 Halifax Explosion victims.
Fairview Lawn Cemetery is in Halifax, Nova Scotia. It is perhaps best known as the final resting place for over 100 victims of the 1912 sinking of the Titanic and the approximate 250 unidentified victims of the Halifax Explosion of 1917. Address: 3720 Windsor St, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 3A5 Province: Nova Scotia Year
Archives: Maritime Museum of the Atlantic – Remembering the Halifax Explosion, RMS Titanic tragedy and more!
The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, founded in 1948, is located in downtown Halifax, Nova Scotia, and is the oldest and largest maritime museum in Canada with a collection of over 30,000 artifacts including 70 small craft, a large collection of ship models, and the steamship CSS Acadia—a 180-foot steam-powered
Archives: The Absolute Towers – The curvaceous “Marilyn Monroe” towers of Mississauga!
“Absolute World” is a residential condominium twin tower skyscraper complex in the five-tower Absolute City Centre development in Mississauga. The project was built by Fernbrook Homes and Cityzen Development Group. With the first three towers completed (Absolute City Centre 1 & 2 and Absolute Vision), the last two towers (Absolute
Archives: Cape Breton Highlands National Park, home to the world-famous Cabot Trail!
One of Canada’s most scenic drives, where the mountains meet the sea, was rated “Best Motorcycle Trip” in USA Today’s “10 Best Readers’ Choice” in 2014, ranked as “one of the top islands in North America” by Travel + Leisure magazine, ranked as “10 Most Underrated Attractions” by MSN Travel’s “Greatest Road
Archives: The Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory – Home to free-flying tropical butterflies, live insects and so much more!
The Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory is a beautiful conservatory with around 2,000 free-flying tropical butterflies, a live insect collection, numerous free flying and ground-dwelling birds, and exotic plants in a warm rainforest setting including a waterfall. Address: 2500 Kossuth Road, Cambridge, Ontario, N3H 4R7 Province: Ontario Year of Visit: 2014 Stroll
Archives: Observing the David Dunlap Observatory of Richmond Hill!
The DDO houses Canada’s largest optical telescope with a primary mirror that’s seventy-four inches in diameter (more than six feet wide). The building itself is sixty-one feet in diameter, large enough, in other words, to enclose its massive twenty-three-ton telescope. Address: 123 Hillsview Drive, Richmond Hill, Ontario, L4C 1T3 Province:
Archives: The ever captivating Three Valley Lake Chateau of British Columbia!
Overlooking Three Valley Lake in the Monashee Mountains, and just off the Trans-Canada Highway is the very charming and quaint Three Valley Lake Chateau of Revelstoke. The hotel is also located only 19.8 km from Mount Revelstoke National Park. Address: Revelstoke, British Columbia, V0E 2S0 Province: British Columbia Year of
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