Port Hawkesbury. Standing on the Port Hawkesbury Pier, this is a view of the houses and businesses on Granville St. and part of the Strait of Canso Yacht Club. In the days before the opening of the Canso Causeway, this is where the car ferries came in, connecting the mainland and Cape Breton Island. This is also where stood a large inviting sign with the words PORT HAWKESBURY WELCOMES YOU TO CAPE BRETON ISLAND for the traffic coming off the ferries. During WWII, my father came from Aylmer Quebec and happened to pose in front of this magnificent sign. I’m wondering if this sign still exists or if it was ruined with time and weather. If you can, check out one of my blogs Where My Father Was Standing for a bit of a story and photos.
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Cape Breton Island is a small island on the northeast tip of Nova Scotia, Canada. No matter where you are on this picturesque island, no matter where you look, one will find a picture perfect occasion to capture a slice of Nova Scotia’s masterpiece.
So every Friday, come back to this page to find a new photo of that special little piece of Cape Breton Island. If you have a photo you would like to share with the world, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo of the Week on the Cape Breton Living website has been sharing a new photo every week on Fridays since 2001. You’ll find below, most of the past Photos of the Week that we had the pleasure to post every Friday. Every photo deserve the chance to be viewed over and over again and not to be stashed in a dark vault. So please check out the past photos links below,