It’s time for OG to Lift Off in Atlantic Canada!
Organo Gold is arriving in the Atlantic Canada region for a first-time Lift Off event in New Brunswick, with OG’s Co-Founder and Global Master Distributor, Shane Morand. Shane will be appearing at the Fredericton Convention Center on August 8 and 9 for a special training and super Saturday event that is sure to see OG truly lift off in Atlantic Canada.
In honor of this, we thought we’d take a look at the history and culture of this beautiful region. Here are some facts about Atlantic Canada:
- Atlantic Canada is the collective term for the region of Canada made up of the four provinces located on the Atlantic coast (excluding Quebec): New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Nova Scotia – and the easternmost province of Newfoundland and Labrador.
- The region is known for its natural beauty and for its history, particularly during the formation of Canada as a sovereign state.
- The province of Newfoundland and Labrador was simultaneously the first part of what is now Canada to be explored by Europeans and the last part to join the confederation.
- The Atlantic region is home to many of Canada’s oldest known indigenous populations. In fact, according to a paper by the Canadian Museum of History, “Atlantic Canada has been home to native populations for at least 11,000 years.”
- The Mi’kmaq people are indigenous to the so-called Maritime provinces of New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia, and were first encountered by European explorers and settlers in the 16th and 17th centuries.
- European settlement in the area means the areas have a distinct mix of British, Scottish, Gaelic and French influences, which accounts for the unique accent found in the region.
- The province of New Brunswick is the world’s second largest exporter of peat moss. The northeastern area of the province, known as the Acadian Peninsula, has a moist climate and flat terrain, which makes it an ideal spot for harvesting peat.
- Prince Edward Island was made famous by Canadian writer Lucy Maud Montgomery (she wrote under the name L.M. Montgomery) whose much-loved Anne of Green Gables books about a plucky, red-haired orphan named Anne were set on the picturesque island.
Secure your seats for the Super Saturday event HERE, and make your way ASAP to New Brunswick’s Fredericton Convention Center, 670 Queen Street, Fredericton, NB E3B 1C2, Canada.