History and culture

Kouchibouguac National Park

Kouchibouguac protects a variety of cultural resources reflecting the long, rich history of use and occupation by the Mi’gmaq, as well as Acadian, Scottish, Irish, and English settlers whose legacy has shaped this land. Moreover, the park is committed to honouring and commemorating the history of the people whose homes were expropriated at the time of park creation.

The Mi'gmaq and Kouchibouguac

The Mi’gmaq have centuries-old spiritual and cultural connections with Kouchibouguac.

European settlers and former park residents

Settlements on the territory that is now Kouchibouguac National Park, and the former residents.

Ventura bomber crash

This exhibit commemorates the 1943 accident of the bomber Ventura on the Aldouane Peninsula.

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