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August 26: Trans Canada Trail National 100% Connection Celebrations

It's time to celebrate!

2017 not only marks the 150th anniversary of Confederation, it's also the year we reach 100% national connection of the Trans Canada Trail. August 26 is a day to celebrate connection and to thank our generous, devoted and fun-loving volunteers, partners and donors for their hard work in connecting The Great Trail across Canada.

Here is the detailed list of events taking place across Nova Scotia:

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NS celebrates 100% connection to The Great Trail

On a Maritime morning of mist and fog, Trans Canada Trail celebrated the 100% connection milestone in Nova Scotia with approximately 100 enthusiastic trail users in attendance.

The event was held at the 1-km marker of the Salt Marsh Trail, a rail trail on Cole Harbour along the Atlantic Coast. Attendees were greeted at the trailhead by a young piper, who also provided a musical serenade for those on the guided trail walk that followed.

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