From Shediac to Miscou Island, take the coastal drive through picturesque towns and discover why the Acadian culture is still strong in the Maritime Provinces.
Not only does New Brunswick offer the maritime hospitality we have come to love and expect, they also offer it in both official languages as the only bilingual province in Canada. Bring your translator and try your French. From Moncton to the Bay of Fundy, find out why New Brunswick is a must see for anyone planning their tour of the Maritime Provinces any time of the year.
A great way to learn about the native origins of the Canadian Maritime Provinces is by visiting Lennox Island. Located in Malpeque Bay off the northwest coast of Prince Edward Island, Lennox Island is home to the Lennox Island First Nation of the Mi'kmaq people and their rich heritage.
You might not have a name for it, but chances are, you're already aware of that special, rejuvenating feeling that nature can stimulate in our souls, minds and bodies. Well, maybe you never realised it, but what you've been doing all along when you find peace in nature, is a version of Forest Bathing or Forest Therapy. This new way of recharging the batteries of life is sweeping through and taking the mindfulness and wellness sector by storm.