Information about Culture, Heritage, History and more!

Vikings on PEI, an article by Gisli Sigurdsson, which originally appeared in The Island Magazine (a publication of the PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation)

There is also a video on CBC examining the possibility of PEI being the Vinland of Viking lore.

Gaelic is considered a heritage language in Canada, and there is an article on BBC News about keeping our country's unique Gaelic culture alive.

Comhairle na Gàidhlig, the Gaelic Council of Nova Scotia, continues to work towards making their province a place where Gaelic language, culture and communities thrive.

Am fear a chailleas a chanain caillidh e a shaoghal. He who loses his language loses his world.

Écossais is a French article detailing the Scots in Canada, and discusses a wide variety of topics in terms of Scottish impact and influence. It was written by J.M. Bumsted and is hosted by Historica Canada via the Canadian Encyclopedia.

Scottish Emigration to Canada is an interesting paper written by Marjory Harper of the University of Aberdeen, detailing some of the reasons why Scots decided to migrate to Canada.

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