Not only is Canada turning the big 150 this year, there is a village that has been discovered and estimated to be 14,000 years old. It’s been found on a rocky spit on Triquet Island, about 500 kilometres northwest of Victoria, BC.
Archaeologists at the site are have also discovered tools for lighting fires, fish hooks and spears dating back to the Ice Age. It’s been estimated the village is older than Egypt’s pyramids.
Experts also believe a large human migration may have occurred on British Columbia’s coastline. Check out the rest of the article here!