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This is a time of real celebration for Acadians! Enjoy the Grand Tintamarre, and happy Acadian Day to all! Congratulations to the entire Congrès Mondial Acadien team and volunteers. #NationalAcadianDay #Acadie2019 @CMA2019.

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GH is glowing Acadian colours in recognition of #NationalAcadianDay. There are over 500k Acadians in CA, the majority in Que, NB, NS, PEI & NL. #AcadianDay is a time 2 celebrate the culture & heritage of Acadians & their contributions to CA. NB site of largest Acadian celebration.

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Happy #NationalAcadianDay, everyone! Bonne Fete Nationale des Acadiens et Acadiennes!.

This is a time of real celebration for Acadians! Enjoy the Grand Tintamarre, and happy Acadian Day to all! Congratulations to the entire Congrès Mondial Acadien team and volunteers. #NationalAcadianDay #Acadie2019 @CMA2019.

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Just want to wish a Happy #NationalAcadianDay to my family and friends. Eat some good food and hopefully you’re surrounded by loved ones today!.

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Minister Rodriguez and Minister Joly issue a statement celebrating #NationalAcadianDay.

Happy #NationalAcadianDay! Ministers Rodriguez and Joly invite you to join the celebration today!.

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It’s #NationalAcadianDay! Let’s celebrate the rich historical and cultural heritage of the Acadians, who continue to make important and unique contributions to our national fabric. 📸 : e010977258 / e010977229.

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#NationalAcadianDay - Over 10,000 Acadians were ripped from their homeland during the deportations that took place from 1755-1763. Watch the new #HeritageMinute from @HistoricaCanada to learn more..

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From 1755 to 1763, over 10,000 Acadians were forcibly removed from the Maritimes. Despite this, Acadian traditions and culture endures. This #NationalAcadianDay, we’re excited to share the new #HeritageMinute from @HistoricaCanada about the Acadian Deportation..

Happy #NationalAcadianDay! Take time this #15août to learn about Acadian culture. The best way to wipe away the past is to illuminate the future. – Antonine Maillet, Cent ans dans les bois.

The star on the Acadian flag shines brighter today as Acadians all over the world celebrate their rich culture and heritage. #NationalAcadianDay.

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