The rocky coasts of the Canadian Maritimes hold a rich trove of cultural history that dates back thousands of years—from early Norse settlers to the only North American island that still remains under French control. As you circumnavigate the province of Newfoundland, you'll explore three UNESCO sites including Iles de la Madeleine with its striking red cliffs and Gros Morne National Park, one of few places in the world where the earth's mantle can be seen. In this Expedition Spotlight, Cultural Specialist Susan Flanagan reveals how she'll bring history to life for guests aboard our in-depth exploration of the Canadian Maritimes and Newfoundland.