• Five things you might not know about Acadia

    2 monthes ago - By CG Compass

    A house in New Brunswick painted to look like the Acadian flag.
    Acadia today is both a place and a people. While the term is often used to refer to a vast swath of the Maritimes, including New Brunswick and parts of Nova Scotia, it can also refer to the Acadian people, who are spread out around the world and are “right fiers” of their East Coast heritage. If all you know about l'Acadie is lobsters, fiddleheads and E vangeline , here are five facts to help you “fêter” the Acadian national holiday, celebrated each year in Canada on August 15.
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