Seven. It’s a magical number. That’s why the world is so excited about the New7Wonders of Nature campaign. In Canada, which is represented by the Bay of Fundy, universities were encouraged to create unique sevens with the goal of getting students to vote in the campaign. It worked. “Having this swell of support from across [...] Read More →
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Brothers Jeff and Chris Eagar, hosts of the Great Canadian Adventure Tour, are on a coast-to-coast trip that’s designed to capture the essence of the country on video and bring it to a wider world. When they recently arrived on the Nova Scotia side of the Bay of Fundy, Canada’s Finalist in the New7Wonders of [...] Read More →
A crowd of 777 people gathered on the Saint John waterfront in New Brunswick yesterday to form a giant human 7 to encourage Canadians to vote for the Bay of Fundy in the New7Wonders of Nature competition. “The New7Wonders of Nature competition celebrates the most incredible, awe-inspiring natural wonders on this planet. It’s very fitting [...] Read More →
Today in the provincial capital of Halifax, the Nova Scotia Minister of Tourism, Percy Paris, and the Founder and President of New7Wonders Foundation, Bernard Weber, announced a series of initiatives for Canada Day centered on the Bay of Fundy, one of the 28 Finalists in the New7Wonders of Nature. Celebrated this year on Friday, 1 [...] Read More →
Today, June 8, is World Oceans Day, a global initiative to celebrate and build awareness about the importance and need to conserve the world’s oceans. This year, Canada’s most significant ocean bay, the Bay of Fundy, is a finalist in an international quest to determine the New7Wonders of Nature. The Bay of Fundy is the [...] Read More →
In the spirit of friendly competition 17 high-school students from the Bay of Fundy, one of the 28 Official Finalists in the New7Wonders of Nature campaign, recently conquered the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, another New7Wonders of Nature Finalist. The students, from King’s-Edgehill, Canada’s oldest independent school (established 1788), travelled half way around the world to [...] Read More →
The Bay of Fundy and the Cliffs of Moher already share an ocean, and now they also share their New7Wonders of Nature mission.
Bay of Fundy youth show their support for the Bay in its bid to become one of the New7Wonders of Nature by forming a giant 7 during the national TV broadcast of the Canadian men’s hockey final.
Two hockey players joined two provincial prime ministers during the 2011 Halifax Canada Games at the text voting face-off for the Bay of Fundy New7Wonders of Nature campaign.
”The Canada Games is is a perfect opportunity to remind Canadians from all across the country about the beautiful Bay of Fundy and to encourage them to vote for our country’s finalist in the prestigious New7Wonders of Nature campaign.”