When Prince Edward Island celebrates the historic 150th anniversary of the Charlottetown Conference you will want to be there. After all, it’s an island of poets and politicians, oyster shuckers and lobster suppers.
Toronto actress Katheryn Winnick–best known for her roles on Bones and A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III–recently returned to her home town to talk about her part in History’s new series, Vikings, where she stars as the tough-as-nails shield maiden, Lagertha Lothbrok.
The travelling exhibit, “Tutankhamun: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs”, is now on display at the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto, and it’s definitely an event worth checking out, especially for fans of art, history, or gold.
Scotland has always held a special fascination for me – from the castles, culture, scenery, and even the food, I’ve wanted to explore the land that one of my ancestor’s once called home. Lots of countries offer something special that you won’t find anywhere else, but for me Scotland’s allure was the connection I felt to its history.
Some people take vacations to lay on a beach, some to go to see family, and some go to see history.
In the past year I have been coast-to-coast seeing this beautiful country of Canada, where my family proudly now calls home, so an important stop for while in Halifax was to visit the past.