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    The Parkway is now opened for the season!
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    How will you be celebrating #EarthDay today?
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    An absolutely GORGEOUS day out in the Maritimes today! We're finally getting a taste of spring/summer in some places! We have had our first 20°C temperature of the year in both New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Here are some of the warm spots in the region today! ==NOVA SCOTIA== Western Head, Nova Scotia: 20°C Amherst, Nova Scotia: 19°C Greenwood, Nova Scotia: 18°C Kentville, Nova Scotia: 18°C Truro, Nova Scotia: 18°C Bedford, Nova Scotia: 18°C Halifax, Nova Scotia: 17°C Stewiacke, Nova Scotia: 17°C ==NEW BRUNSWICK== Fundy National Park: 22°C Bouctouche, New Brunswick: 21°C Fredericton, New Brunswick: 21°C CFB Gagetown: 21°C Moncton, New Brunswick: 21°C Kouchibouguac National Park: 21°C Miramichi, New Brunswick: 21°C Saint Stephen, New Brunswick: 21°C Bathurst, New Brunswick: 20°C Saint John, New Brunswick: 20°C Sussex, New Brunswick: 20°C Woodstock, New Brunswick: 20°C ==PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND== Summerside, Prince Edward Island: 17°C Maple Plains: 14°C Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island: 12°C The warm temperatures (as you can see) are not exactly concentrated in the eastern Maritimes, but more in the Central and Western regions of the Maritimes. Cape Breton and PEI won't see much of this weather unfortunately :( Tomorrow will be much the same for many of the same regions in the Maritimes! Slightly warmer (1-2°C) for places in Nova Scotia and it may be slightly cooler (1-2°C) in New Brunswick! Enjoy the rest of the gorgeous Thursday! :) - Robert
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    Have you visited the Parks Canada Shop lately? Several cool-looking, high-quality Canadian-made products are available! Check it out: http://parkscanadashop.ca/ #FashionRevolutionWeek #WhoMadeMyClothes #CanadianMade
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    Welcome to Kouchibouguac National Park, where lush mixed-wood forests lead to colourful salt marshes, golden sand dunes and warm ocean beaches. The name Kouchibouguac is of Mi’kmaq origin and means “river of long tides”. If you are planning to visit Canada, be sure to contact the Visa Application Centre: http://ow.ly/4mNOri
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