One of the absolute best things about Canada would have to be just how diverse we are as a country. The vibes in beautiful British Columbia are totally different from what you'll get in Alberta, or Saskatchewan, similar to how life in Toronto is absolutely nothing like life in Newfoundland - it's just a fact. One of the many great things about diversity is that it makes sure wherever you go, you're always entertained. If you've ever been lucky enough to visit the stunning east coast of Canada, you'll know exactly what I mean. Here are five famous Canadians born in the Maritimes that you'll absolutely love.\nIf you've ever met someone from out east, you can say with confidence that the rumours are true; Maritimers are, in fact, some of the nicest people you'll ever meet. As it turns out, there are also quite a few celebrities that were born and bred on Canada's other coast! Some of the world's best and most renowned hockey players, incredibly talented actresses, Playboy models, and even Grammy award-winning singers were all born in places like Nova Scotia and Newfoundland. Eat your heart out, Hollywood.\nSidney Crosby\nView this post on Instagram It’s a Hockey Night in Pittsburgh! Pens v Sabres, 7pmEST. Let’s Go #Pens🐧🏒 . #sidneycrosby #pittsburghpenguins #nhl #hockey #sidthekid #crosby #87 A post shared by Sid #87 (@sidcrosby1987) on Oct 3, 2019 at 5:30am PDT\nEven if you're not a huge hockey fan, you're probably heard the name Sidney Crosby at least once in your life. The star hockey player was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and before his NHL career started, he attended Astral Drive Junior School where he was a straight-A student. Crosby then graduated from Harrison Trimble High School in 2005 and is still very active in the Nova Scotia community.\nMartha MacIssac\nView this post on Instagram Obviously I had zero fun cuddling baby goats at @islandhillfarm today... If you ever find yourself on PEI go pay them a visit!! #cutestplaceonearth #islandhillfarm #heartmelters #babygoats #farmlife #goatcoats A post shared by Martha MacIsaac (@marthamacisaac) on Apr 9, 2018 at 7:10pm PDT\nIf you've ever seen Superbad, then you definitely know Martha MacIssac. The actress was born in Prince Edward Island and got her start in the industry at the age of 14. She played the role of Becca in Superbad, but has also appeared in The Last House on the Left, Unicorn Store, and most recently, What Keeps You Alive.\nShannon Tweed-Simmons\nView this post on Instagram Happy Mothers Day to all you mothers of kids, dogs and mothers of dragons.From our house to yours .🦇💐🐕 A post shared by ShannonLeeTweedSimmons (@shannonleetweedsimmons) on May 12, 2019 at 7:48am PDT\nA lot of people know Shannon Tweed as the wife of rockstar Gene Simmons, but she's lived a pretty noteworthy life herself. Tweed was born in Placentia, Newfoundland, but later moved to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan after her father fell into a coma. She began competing in beauty pageants, and eventually went on to win third-runner up in the 1978 Miss Ottawa pageant.\nEllen Page\nView this post on Instagram Sending love ❤️ A post shared by @ ellenpage on Jun 7, 2019 at 11:46am PDT\nCanadian actress Ellen Page was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1987. She had her first stint in front of the camera at age ten in the movie Pit Pony, and over the years she's built up quite the resume. Juno, Whip It, and Inception are just a few of the films Page has been seen in throughout her career. The actress is also a member of the LGBTQ+ community and is married to Canadian choreographer Emma Portner.\nSarah McLachlan\nView this post on Instagram Happy beach walk XoS A post shared by Sarah McLachlan (@officialsarahmclachlan) on Jul 10, 2019 at 1:22pm PDT\nLike a few others on this list, Canadian singer Sarah McLachlan was also born in Halifax, Nova Scotia. McLachlan found love for music at a young age and was eventually discovered during her time at Dalhousie University. The singer has gone on to receive two Grammy's and four Juno Awards.