All  

Search

Advanced search

The search found 305 results in 4.032 seconds.

Search results

  1. Mysterious, Giant Face Found on Cliff in Canada—Man-Made or Natural?

    Parks Canada is trying to figure out how a face, estimated to be about 7 feet tall, appeared on a cliff in a remote region of Canada. It was discovered a few weeks ago by Hank Gus of the Tseshaht First ... By  Tara MacIsaac ,  Epoch Times   Parks Canada is trying to figure out how a face, estimated to be about 7 feet tall, ...

    ancient-origins - 01/07/2015 - 04:04

  2. Petroglyphs Provincial Park: Home to Canada’s Greatest Collection of Rock Carvings

    ... In Petroglyphs Provincial Park, Vancouver Island, Canada, rock art is generally divided into two categories. Pictographs are ... stone tools. Pictographs and petroglyphs may constitute Canada’s oldest and most widespread artistic tradition and rock art sites ...

    Michelle Freson - 08/10/2018 - 22:50

  3. Race Against Time as Climate Change Devours Ancient Archaeological Sites in Canada

    ... endangered by climate change. Can archaeologists preserve Canada’s history before it’s too late? It is now a race ... endangered by climate change. Can archaeologists preserve Canada’s history before it’s too late? We’ve almost all wished for a ...

    lizleafloor - 04/10/2018 - 09:38

  4. Canada’s Spotted Lake: The Most Alien-Looking Lake on Earth

    ... is that of the so-called Spotted Lake in British Columbia, Canada. It is a polka-dotted body-of-water that looks so bizarre you could be ... is that of the so-called Spotted Lake in British Columbia, Canada. It is a polka-dotted body-of-water that looks so bizarre you could be ...

    Ed Whelan - 18/10/2018 - 13:59

  5. Looking to Elders to Discover the Amazing Burial Mounds and Forgotten Woodland Traditions of Canada

    ... cultures in other regions. One of these areas is maritime Canada and others can be found in the province of Ontario. While ... cultures in other regions. One of these areas is maritime Canada and others can be found in the province of Ontario. The Augustine ...

    jason and sarah - 27/12/2016 - 03:56

  6. 24,000-Year-Old Butchered Bones Found in Canada Change Known History of North America

    ... bones dating back 24,000 years in Bluefish Caves, Yukon, Canada, which are the oldest signs of human habitation ever discovered in North ... sites in Clovis, New Mexico, have been found from Canada to the edges of North America. A hallmark of the toolkit ...

    aprilholloway - 16/01/2017 - 14:47

  7. Petroglyphs Park Woodview in Ontario, Canada Has Over 1,000 Petroglyphs

    The First Nation peoples of Canada have left many remains of their long and varied history on the Canadian ... 900 - 1400 AD.  The First Nation peoples of Canada have left many remains of their long and varied history on the Canadian ... are recognized as an important part of the heritage of Canada. Petroglyphs Provincial Park was created by the government to protect ...

    Ed Whelan - 30/09/2018 - 01:48

  8. More Evidence that Ancient Romans May Have Made It to Oak Island, Canada

    ... an ancient Roman sword has been found off the East Coast of Canada, but it is just one of several indications that Romans may have ... an ancient Roman sword has been found off the East Coast of Canada, but it is just one of several indications that Romans may have ...

    ancient-origins - 24/01/2016 - 03:39

  9. The Money Pit Mystery and Early Treasure Hunting on Oak Island

    ... coast of Nova Scotia near Halifax, in the eastern part of Canada. This 140 acre island is privately owned, and is best known for its ... began to dig a hole. Oak Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. ( Crystalinks ) Two feet (about 0.61 meters) from the surface, ...

    dhwty - 05/03/2017 - 13:58

  10. L'Anse aux Meadows: Discovery of Norse settlement in Canada Proved Viking Sagas Contain Real History

    Canada has a rich history which is not often realized by foreigners. One of the most remarkable and interesting historic sites in Canada is L’Anse aux Meadows. This was a Norse settlement or outpost that ... 11 th century and it was designated a Historic Site of Canada a half-century ago. Today the site is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. ...

    Ed Whelan - 23/09/2018 - 22:46

  11. Two Sides to Every Story: The North American Martyrs Shrines and Indigenous/ Roman Catholic Relations

    ... her assorted shrines and grottoes, evangelical Catholics in Canada and United States flock to and draw inspiration from the North American ... her assorted shrines and grottoes, evangelical Catholics in Canada and United States flock to and draw inspiration from the North American ...

    Joachim Brouwer - 23/04/2018 - 18:58

  12. Port Au Choix, Newfoundland: Once Home to Four First Nation Cultures

    Canada has a rich archaeological heritage. There are many sites from early ... that there are a great variety of archaeological sites in Canada. Canada has a rich archaeological heritage. There are many sites from early ...

    Ed Whelan - 29/09/2018 - 01:44

  13. The British Block Cairn in Canada: A Sacred Site of the Niitisitapi People

    ... of the most noteworthy First Nation Sites in the west of Canada, recognized nationally as well as internationally. The ... of the most noteworthy First Nation Sites in the west of Canada, recognized nationally as well as internationally. It is one of the best ...

    Ed Whelan - 26/09/2018 - 01:41

  14. Sacred Mummified Arm Traverses Canada on a Holy Relic Road Show

    ... cynics might say. The limb has been touring Canada for a month. (Catholic Christian Outreach) A Warm Welcome ... Those of faith see the arrival of Xavier’s limb in Canada as a blinding act of compassion from Rome, while those of little faith ...

    ashley cowie - 02/02/2018 - 19:00

  15. Petroglyphs Left in Canada by Scandinavians 3,000 Years Ago?

    ... feet (a third the size of a football field) in Peterborough, Canada. They may have been left by Algonquin Native Americans about a thousand ... feet (a third the size of a football field) in Peterborough, Canada. They may have been left by Algonquin Native Americans about a thousand ...

    ancient-origins - 22/09/2015 - 22:01

  16. The Totems Haida Gwaii, Canada: A Mortuary Pole for the Soul

    One of the most beautiful and historic areas in Canada is Haida Gwaii, which is an archipelago 155 miles (250 kilometers ... One of the most beautiful and historic areas in Canada is Haida Gwaii, which is an archipelago 155 miles (250 kilometers long). ...

    Ed Whelan - 29/09/2018 - 23:01

  17. 12,000-Year-Old Campsite and Hundreds of Artifacts Unearthed in Canada

    ... First Nations archaeologists in New Brunswick, Canada, are unearthing hundreds of artifacts and exposing a campsite where ... goes away, that feeling.” This dig is in a part of Canada called the Maritime Provinces or just “the Maritimes” for short. You ...

    Mark Miller - 27/06/2016 - 01:03

  18. A Lucky Viking Who Found Vinland then Fought Over the Canadian Coastline

    ... Erikson established a small village in Newfoundland, Canada. Evidence of the Viking Arrival to Vinland Although the Erikson ... In approximately 1000 AD, Leif led a small expedition to Canada and established a colony there. Experts agree that the Vikings only ...

    Kerry Sullivan - 05/08/2016 - 03:49

  19. Legalized Marijuana: Canada Comes Round to the Wisdom of Ages

    ... Today, possession and recreational use of marijuana in Canada has been made legal, reports the BBC . It is only the second country, ... as a therapeutic plant with no history of illegality. In Canada, cannabis was restriced in 1923, when it was referenced as a ‘new ...

    Bryan Hill - 17/10/2018 - 16:54

  20. 13,800-year-old Haida site found underwater in Canada

    ... underwater in the Juan Perez Sound off British Columbia in Canada. The underwater area they examined was once dry land, inhabited by ... same time. The oldest artifact ever found previously in Canada came from near the same weir site, in Gwaii Hanaas National Park ...

    Mark Miller - 22/12/2014 - 00:44

Pages