Archaeology research on NCC lands in Port Joli, Nova Scotia

Port Joli on a clear summer day. (Photo by Matthew Betts/Canadian Museum of History)

Port Joli on a clear summer day. (Photo by Matthew Betts/Canadian Museum of History)

In May of 1604, Samuel de Champlain sailed down Nova Scotia’s southern coast and mapped all he encountered. Early in his voyage, he came across a harbour so beautiful that he named it Port Joli. Of course, he did not know that the indigenous...

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