MYSTERIES: If Champlain’s Anchor was found on Grand Manan, where is it now?

One of our excellent author-historians published a great book many years ago called History of islands & islets in the Bay of Fundy, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, 1876. In it is this intriguing section: Champlain speaks of having anchored at one time … Continue reading

STORIES ON STONE: Fort Anne, Nova Scotia

A few pictures from the graveyard at Fort Anne. I’ve been trying to find information on the Wild Boar crest, but can’t seem to find anything. Anyone have information they can share? Please leave a comment if you do. thank! … Continue reading

FORT LAWRENCE REVEALED: Archaeologist digs up artifacts from 1700s

Charles Burke reveals discoveries at National Historic Site along New Brunswick, Nova Scotia border CBC News Posted: Jan 27, 2016 12:25 PM AT Last Updated: Jan 27, 2016 12:25 PM AT Parks Canada archaeologist Charles Burke excavating part of the … Continue reading

CLIMATE CHANGE: A Quick 15,000 Year History of the Bay of Fundy Area

A quick 15,000 year history for those that don’t have the time to research climate change. You can argue about causes but it’s hard to ignore this. This is best viewed full screen so you can read the captions. The … Continue reading


For 15,000 years there has been change in the Bay of Fundy … starting with glaciation, the great migration, the European invasion, the border disputes and wars, the exploitation, the people and their eco-industries and Canadians and Americans clashing over lobster … Continue reading

VIKINGS: Evidence of Viking Outpost Found in Canada – Will Fundy be next?

Many researchers believe the Vikings traveled into the richness to the south where Passamaquoddy legends have remarkable similarity to Norse legends and scattered finds continue to suggest they visited the Bay of Fundy area. **************************************** Heather Pringle for National Geographic News, Published … Continue reading

MYSTERIES: Does map prove the Vikings travelled to the Bay of Fundy?

Did the Vikings come south to Atlantic Canada and Maine? the Skalholt map seems to suggest this. What do you think? … Continue reading


We’re pleased to share that Bounty: Into The Hurricane will have its world broadcast premiere this Saturday!World TV Broadcast PremiereDate:Sat, Aug 2, 2014Time: 8PM ADTProgram: CBC TV’s Absolutely Maritimes Please find below a media advisory for the film and additional information about its … Continue reading

Native American Woman May Have Made It to Europe 500 Years Before Columbus Was Born

 Five hundred years before Columbus sailed the ocean blue, a Native American woman may have voyaged to Europe with Vikings, according to a provocative new DNA study. The first Native American to arrive in Europe may have been a woman brought … Continue reading

HISTORY: From bootleggers to shipbuilding, Tell Tale Productions Inc. presents a new production Sunday December 9th

TV DOCUMENTARY EXPLORES SHIPBUILDING LEGACY IN THE MARITIMES Halifax, Nova Scotia – December 4, 2012 It’s a chapter of history mostly forgotten, not just across Canada but even in the Maritime provinces themselves. Shipbuilding – like fishing – is an … Continue reading

EXPLORE: The history of Todd’s Point in Charlotte County, NB

The Saint Croix Stock Farm at Todds Point, Charlotte County, NB John L. Frost and William F. Todd purchase this property from William Connor on February 27, 1885. Shortly after, Wm. Todd bought land to the northeast “containing 60 acres … Continue reading