The rich and vibrant colours provide an excellent backdrop for visitors …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 you find many of the invaluable papers on Newfoundland family history written by Allan Stride among other materials.
This 3 night / 4 day tour takes you along some off-the-beaten track roads to experience how these phenomenal tides affect our landscapes and every day way of life. Tour Details Welcome to Halifax, a city that deftly blends the past with the present to produce a skyline dotted with elegant 18th- and 19th-century architecture alongside ultra-modern towers of glass and steel.We will keep in touch should the status of any of the tours change.If you have any questions, please contact [email protected], or call our FAM Tour registrar at 902-422-1886.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.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.Message from our hosts, Tourism Nova Scotia Tourism Nova Scotia and our partners wish to convey sincere appreciation and thank you for your overwhelming interest in experiencing Atlantic Canada.