What's there to discover in Newfoundland and Labrador?
Looking at Canada's easternmost province
Newfoundland and Labrador is the easternmost province of Canada. While the island of Newfoundland has much to offer the visitor, the continental region of Labrador is largely inaccessible. The appeal of both destinations, however, is quite compelling. This is Canada at some of its wildest, with much of the province shaped by the Ice Age to leave a landscape of cracked coastline marked by deep fjords and precipitous sea cliffs. Venture inland and you'll discover vast swathes of fragrant moorland and blankets of emerald-green forest. And everywhere across this pristine unspoiled province it's clear that wildlife reigns supreme.
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