in nova scotia
Scottish & irish
The Gaelic Culture of
Nova Scotia is as
Celtic as You Will Get!
Gaelic, a Celtic language and its rich culture
have helped shape Nova Scotia's identity.
Centuries ago, Gaelic speaking immigrants from both
Ireland and Scotland came by the tens of thousands and
made Nova Scoti...
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The Gaelic Language
Irish Gaels settled in urban areas such as Halifax and
Sydney and in pockets of rural Cape Breton. Today, fiddle
playing s...
Scottish Gaels settled in large numbers in eastern Nova
Scotia and throughout Cape Breton Island.
You'll find "Ciad Mìle" ("One hundred thousand") ways to
experience Nova Scotia Gaelic language and culture,
Scottish cult...
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Gaelic Culture of Cape Breton
Enjoy the Celtic and Gaelic cultural experience on
Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. ...
Gaelic Culture of Cape Breton
Gaelic Culture of Cape Breton
Gaelic Culture of Cape Breton
Rick Mercer at the Celtic Colours
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  1. 1. in nova scotia Scottish & irish
  2. 2. The Gaelic Culture of Nova Scotia is as Celtic as You Will Get!
  3. 3. Gaelic, a Celtic language and its rich culture have helped shape Nova Scotia's identity.
  4. 4. Centuries ago, Gaelic speaking immigrants from both Ireland and Scotland came by the tens of thousands and made Nova Scotia their home. In both instances, these settlers called themselves Gàidheil (ones who speak Gaelic).
  5. 5. Video was not exported from SlideRocket The Gaelic Language
  6. 6. Irish Gaels settled in urban areas such as Halifax and Sydney and in pockets of rural Cape Breton. Today, fiddle playing styles, Anglo-Irish folk songs and dance are lively and enjoyable parts of the Irish culture experience in Nova Scotia.
  7. 7. Scottish Gaels settled in large numbers in eastern Nova Scotia and throughout Cape Breton Island.
  8. 8. You'll find "Ciad Mìle" ("One hundred thousand") ways to experience Nova Scotia Gaelic language and culture, Scottish culture and Irish culture in Nova Scotia. Take in a performance by one of Nova Scotia's legendary Celtic performers like the Barra MacNeils and the Rankins, or Natalie MacMaster. You can find them everywhere from concert halls to cozy pubs. Dive into an Immersion Weekend at St. Francis Xavier University with programs for children and adults. Lose yourself in the whirl of kilts and skirl of pipes at the Antigonish Highland Games, an annual event in Nova Scotia since 1863.
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  12. 12. Gaelic Culture of Cape Breton Enjoy the Celtic and Gaelic cultural experience on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. They celebrate and share the only living Celtic culture in North America. Whether it's dancing to lively fiddle tunes, learning a Gaelic milling song or tracing your roots, we’d love to share our Celtic culture with you. Cuin’ a thig sibh air cheilidh? (So when are you coming?)
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  16. 16. Rick Mercer at the Celtic Colours Video was not exported from SlideRocket

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