Giant 7s aim to support Bay of Fundy

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This large photo collage in a 7-shaped design was unveiled in the Mount Allison University student centre last week in support of the Bay of Fundy’s entry in the New7Wonders of Nature contest.

University students across Canada are getting behind an effort to promote the Bay of Fundy in the New7Wonders of Nature contest.

Students created giant 7s last week in a bid to generate more publicity over the bay. Mount Allison students did their part last Thursday, creating a massive photo collage in a 7-shaped design and unveiling it at the student centre.

The grassroots campaign is a way of creating national awareness across Canada for the entry in the New7Wonders of Nature Campaign

Each "7" creation has a QR code attached that students can scan with their phones giving them immediate access to the VoteMyFundy.com website. The objective is to encourage all students to vote and secure a spot for the Bay of Fundy in the New7Wonders of Nature.

Other universities taking part included Acadia University in Wolfville, N.S., McGill in Montreal, the University of Calgary and the University of British Columbia.

The global competition is vote-based and people can go online to vote at www.new7wonders.com. The Bay of Fundy is Canada's only finalist in the contest, with voting open until Nov. 11.

 

Organizations: New7Wonders of Nature Campaign, VoteMyFundy.com, Acadia University McGill University of Calgary University of British Columbia

Geographic location: Bay of Fundy, Canada, Wolfville Montreal

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  • w
    October 06, 2011 - 22:44

    Hope the universities,colleges,all schools stick together to promote this country,and ,in particular the Bay of Fundy.Perhaps through universal awareness ,the ecological values that this area holds can be elevated to the level it belongs.