Celebrate all that is colourful, outrageous and downright outlandish in Atlantic Canada. From the supernatural to the screwball, this stuff can’t be found on postcards! Read all about why Atlantic Canada is definitely bizarre, or at least a bit weird.
The Truly Weird:
•The Reversing Falls of Saint John, New Brunswick
•Moncton’s Magnetic Hill, Canada’s third most visited tourist attraction
•The islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon, officially part of France
•Prince Edward Island’s downhill ski resort
•Alexander Keith’s ghost is said to haunt the hall of his Halifax, Nova Scotia brewery
•The modest tourist destination known as Green Gables, Prince Edward Island
•Iceberg Alley in Newfoundland and Labrador, filled with icebergs that have broken off of Greenland glaciers.
And so much more…