• Staying Afloat

    • By William Bales
    • Added on Jun 01, 2023

    Newfoundland and Labrador combine to form Canada’s easternmost province and the furthest eastern point in North America. It is a province of two distinct bodies of land: Labrador, the mainland and Newfoundland, an island dotted with numerous lakes–large and small. The two areas are separated by a channel of water known as the Strait of Belle. The province is also home to over seven thousand small islands. In Newfoundland Labrador you’re never far from the sea or freshwater. read more