Cape Spear, Newfoundland. Most eastern point of North America. The oldest surviving lighthouse in Newfoundland and Labrador is located at the most easterly point of land in North America . The lighthouse there has been restored to its 1839 appearance and shows how a lightkeeper and his family might have lived in the mid-19th century.
.. i think it would be backwards, all the 2p! s notice 1p Canada more than anyone else, like when he walks into a room they all stop what they're doing and crowd around him excitedly trying to get his attention
From segregation to integration: One picture gives you a clear vision about the immigration history of Chinese Canadians, In 1788, The British Captain John Meares hired the first group of 70 Chinese smiths and carpenters from Macau and Guangzhou, they landed in Vancouver at the west coast of British America (Canada)...
Scarborough Bluffs - Forming much of the eastern portion of Toronto's waterfront, the Scarborough Bluffs has been described as a "geological wonder" and a unique feature in North America. The bluffs were named after Scarborough, England by Elizabeth Simcoe, the wife of John Graves Simcoe, the first lieutenant governor of Upper Canada. The bluffs run 14 kilometres from the foot of Victoria Park Avenue in the west to the mouth of Highland Creek in the east, reaching as high seventeen storeys.