Posted April 29, 2018 09:16:03 This week, a group of experts led by a former British spy, former Navy SEAL, and former Naval Air Warfare Officer discovered a treasure trove of gold and other precious metals that had been hidden on an island off the coast of the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.
This island, called St.
Simons Island, is located in the Bay of Fundy, a large bay that extends from Newfoundland and Labrador into Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
The gold on the island was discovered in 2004 and it was estimated to be worth more than $4 million, according to the BBC.
The treasure trove was found during the construction of the St. Louis Arch, a major tourist attraction along the coast.
The shipyard where the shipyard is located has been renovated and is a major attraction for the area, according the BBC, but it’s not clear what the gold is worth.
The area is also home to a number of archaeological sites, which could be of value to the islanders.
The British government has a number projects in the area to protect the natural resources.
The island is located about 35 miles from Nova Scotia’s capital, Halifax, but the area is considered a protected area, meaning there is a law that prohibits the mining, processing or selling of gold, silver, or copper there.
The land where the treasure was found is about 25 miles from St. Johns Island, the site of the famous pirate ship the St John of Newfoundland, according CBC News.
The BBC notes that the island’s owners and fishermen have been trying to sell the land for years.
The property is owned by the Government of Nova Scotia, which has a law on the books that requires anyone wishing to sell or lease the land to obtain permission from the landowner.
A group of the experts from the National Oceanography Centre in St. Thomas, Quebec, has been working to locate the treasure and recover it for several years.
They have been working on the St Johns Island Gold Rush for the past five years.
On Thursday, they discovered the treasure in a remote area where the shoreline is very shallow.
They used a remote-controlled submarine to search for signs of the gold and then towed it to the shore where they brought it back to shore.
The team estimated the gold was worth about $2 million, but they are working on finding out more about the gold, which they say could be worth as much as $6 million.