Newfoundlandby Suzanne LeVert, George Sheppard (Editor)
'Newfoundland', canada's easternmost province, is closely linked to the sea. Not only are the province's two parts, the island of Newfoundland and the mainland territory of labrador, separated by a sea channel, but nearly all the cities and towns in the province are coastal; many can be reached by water but not by land.
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