It now links to local tourism websites, real estate listings and immigration information, proclaiming "In Cape Breton
we value diversity
To cite just a few other examples of opposition to what would amount to an act of environmental vandalism: in February 2014, the Cape Breton
Post argued that "allowing private interests to permanently and dramatically alter the Cape Breton
Highlands National Park's Green Cove headland--which is celebrated for its natural beauty and unique landscape--would appear counter" to Parks Canada's mandate.
The Acadian people of Cape Breton
are descended from the original French settlers of the Atlantic region, who were deported by the British in the 1750s, but who made their way back to the island over the subsequent decades, after spending time in the Gaspe, Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island, the Magdalen Islands, and St.
The structural geology of Cape Breton
Island is complex (e.
Visitors could then see photographs of Cape Breton
Gaelic speakers from across the island, taken by local North Shore photographer and piper Ryan MacDonald.
Songs like "Fisherman's Son" and "Coal Town Road" connect the labor of the common man on Cape Breton
with upstate New York.
But that doesn't mean she can't bring her Cape Breton
Island music to this neck of the woods and have a good time.
In Cape Breton
, commercial craft practices are prolific, so it will be interesting to see how the audience responds to work that is both technically beautiful and intellectually rich.
Published in conjunction with the 300th anniversary of Canada's Fortress Louisbourg National Historic Site in 2013, this book explores food and food preparation, along with agriculture and the art of gardens, in the daily life in Louisbourg, on what is now known as Cape Breton
Joe Neil MacNeil (1908-2000), Cape Breton
Gaelic storyteller (MacNeil, 1987, pp.
The band's five members are from Scotland, Ireland, Cape Breton
creative writing at Cape Breton
University, and is currently series