42 Sunken And Buried Treasures Of Canada

By Roy T. Roberts
From page 8 of the September, 2000 issue of Lost Treasure
Copyright © 2000 Lost Treasure, Inc. all rights reserved

Canada has millions of dollars in lost treasure waiting to be found. Many Canadians live within a 1,000 miles from a major treasure, either buried by pirates or prospectors, lying at the bottom of the sea or lake in a ship wrecked 200 years ago, or left behind at old homesteads long forgotten. The King of Canadas treasure hunters is Alex Storm, who in 1965 discovered the wreck of the Le Chameau that sunk off Louisbourg, Nova Scotia in 1725 with a pay chest containing an estimated $700,000 value in gold coins. In 1977, Bob MacKinnon, discovered the wreck of the Auguste that sunk in 1761 off Dingwall, Nova Scotia with a cargo of gold and silver coins. Its Canadas most lucrative treasure to date with an estimated value of up to $1,000,000 in treasure and relies.
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