The web directory is an annotated list of websites on subjects related to Atlantic Canada. Please contact us to suggest additions to the directory.
This is the website of the organization that represents New Brunswick's French-speaking teachers.
This site contains copies of five treaties signed by British authorities and Aboriginal peoples in Atlantic Canada between 1725 and 1776.
This site focusing on Martha Ballard uses surviving documentary evidence to reconstruct the past. Although Ballard lived in Maine during the late-eighteenth and early-nineteenth centuries, her experience was similar to that of many Maritimers. The film version of her life, A Midwife's Tale, was shot at New Brunswick's King's Landing Historical Settlement.
The Beaton Institute, located at the University College of Cape Breton, is a research center and archive that collects and conserves the social, economic, political, and cultural history of Cape Breton Island.
This Government of New Brunswick website is geared towards younger surfers. It includes information on the people of the province from the earliest days of Native settlement to 1867.
The CIRPPPA, formerly known as the Canadian Institute for Research on Regional Development, is located at the Université de Moncton.