We all know that Canada’s largest island, Coney, has a special place in our hearts.
For decades, the small Canadian town has been home to one of the largest population of the island’s native population, a group of people known as the Coney Islanders.
They were first recorded in 1790 and have lived on Coney since the 18th century.
The island has a rich cultural history, dating back to the earliest inhabitants of the mainland.
Now, the Cones are celebrating their 100th anniversary.
Coney Island celebrates its 100th birthday.
For decades, locals have taken pride in the fact that Coney is so close to the mainland, so close you can walk up to the islands top and see the islanders’ homes.
The residents also like to share their memories and stories with visitors, and celebrate the celebrations with live music and food.
Now the island is celebrating its 100 years.
In 2017, the island was designated as Canada’s First National Historic Landmark, and in 2018, the Island Heritage Museum was opened on the island.
The island is the largest of the Conedas islands, with a population of about 5,000.
For many of them, it’s the place to get a good tan and stay in shape.
The Coney Islands National Park and Tourism Management Centre has a variety of programs and events that cater to the needs of the local population.