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Newfoundland and Labrador Moving Companies and Relocation Services

 

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Bay Roberts
Bishop's Falls
Bonavista
Botwood
Burgeo
Carbonear
Channel-Port aux Basques
Conception Bay South
Corner Brook
Deer Lake
Dunville
Fortune
Gambo
Gander
Goulds
Grand Bank
Happy Valley-Goose Bay
Harbour Breton
Hant's Harbour
Labrador City
Lewisporte
Marystown
Mount Pearl
Musgrave Harbour
Pasadena
Springdale
St Johns
Stephenville
Stephenville Crossing

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About Newfoundland And Labrador


Located the farthest east of all Canadian provinces, Newfoundland and Labrador consists of both a mainland area and a nearby island in the Atlantic Ocean. The province also includes smaller islands associated with the larger island of Newfoundland - all of these islands combine to make up over 90 percent of the province's population.

Newfoundland and Labrador features Canada's 20th-largest metropolitan area, which happens to be its biggest city and capital. St. John's is located on the eastern tip of the Avalon Peninsula, which is part of the island of Newfoundland. The city is actually the second-largest metro area on the Atlantic side of Canada, with only Halifax, Nova Scotia exceeding its size and population. One interesting fact about St. John's is that the city is closer in proximity to London, United Kingdom than it is to Edmonton, Alberta.

St. John's is also known for its mild winters and frequent precipitation. In fact, the city is widely considered the foggiest, windiest, and cloudiest major Canadian city. Since it was one of the first British colonial capitals, St. John's possesses a unique style that differs from the rest of Canada. The city's architecture reflects its history, and its people work hard to preserve its culture. For example, there are height regulations on buildings within the city, so you won't find any skyscrapers in St. John's. Instead, you'll find colorful houses and moderately-sized office buildings that combine to create the city's gorgeous landscape.

With roughly 92 percent of residents living on the island of Newfoundland, Labrador is an interesting land mass - its area is more than twice the size of Newfoundland! Comprising the mainland part of the province, the Strait of Belle Isle separates Labrador from Newfoundland and its associated islands. The province shares its western and southern borders with Quebec, and it also technically shares a land border with the territory of Nunavut on Killiniq Island.

Newfoundland and Labrador became part of the Canadian Confederation in 1949, but it was originally known as just "Newfoundland." It wasn't until late 2001 that an amendment to the Constitution of Canada added "Labrador" to the name of the country's tenth province.

The population of Labrador is low because of its northern region's polar climate, but the southern part of the mainland region features a subarctic climate. Newfoundland also has a diverse climate, but a majority of the area features a continental environment. After all, Newfoundland is an island, so its climate is heavily influenced by the sea.

Economically, the seafood processing, paper manufacturing and oil refining industries dominate the province. There are also smaller industries, including food production, brewing and footwear. Of these smaller industries, dairy production plays a major role in the Newfoundland agriculture scene. Tourism also happens to be a significant industry for the province, especially attracting summer travelers to cities like St. John's.

As you may have predicted, Newfoundland and Labrador offers a passenger and car ferry service that crosses the Strait of Belle Isle. So, though the two land masses are separated by water, this public transportation makes them that much closer.



 
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