A historic plaque ceremony commemorating the Mi’kmaq cultural landscape took place at Kejimkujik National Park in recognition of the Mi’kmaq presence there since time immemorial. The park has the largest concentration of Mi’kmaq petroglyphs in eastern North America. By 2013, Parks Canada had to prohibit visiting the petroglyphs without permission in order to protect this important cultural resource. (Photo: European vessel with stick figures, n.d., one of Kejimkujik’s petroglyph rock carvings. From Niniskamijinaqik Ancestral Images, Ruth Holmes Whitehead.)