The Mi’kmaw of Potlotek First Nation have been welcoming out-of-towners, family, and friends since before 1742. It was during 1742 that missionary priest Father Maillard said his first mass on Mniku. Mniku is a spiritual island adjacent to Potlotek First Nation. To gain access to the island, you must travel by boat. During the mission, boaters offer transportation to the island on a donation basis. More than 3000 people attend the four-day mission of St. Anne. The pilgramage to Mniku honours our patron saint, Saint Anne. Join us and celebrate this time honoured event from July 25th-July 29th.
A for Adventure is coming to Cape Breton! Where are they going to go and what are they doing? Well, that's up to YOU! Visit our Facebook page to vote on where they will go and what adventures they'll get up to!
Many marvel at the breathtaking views Cape Breton has in the summertime, but have you ever truly appreciated unwinding in our gorgeous winter? These snowy escapes could become your new favourite way to recharge this season.