Newfoundland and Labrador is a coastal province of Canada. Its mainland territory (Labrador) is located in the east end of the Labrador Peninsula, thus having a long and variable coastline bathed by the Atlantic Ocean. It also integrates Newfoundland, the province’s largest island (where approximately 90% of the provincial population lives), which is connected to the mainland by a regular ferry, and several small islands. Large inland waters, fjords, mountains and dense boreal forests characterise this province, and many parks integrate the abundant wildlife. Its capital, St. John’s, located on Newfoundland Island, is the province’s metropolis and is famous for The Narrows, named after the narrow inlet that forms the bay of St. John’s Harbour, and for historical landmarks, such as Signal Hill.
Population: estimated 529 thousand
Capital: St. John’s
Other major cities: Conception Bay South, Mount Pearl, Paradise
Main attractions: Signal Hill National Historic Site, Gros Morne National Park, L'Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site, Cape Spear Lighthouse National Historic Site, Long Point Lighthouse, Castle Hill National Historic Site, Terra Nova National Park, Red Bay National Historic Site, Red Bay National Historic Site, Cape Spear
Major airports: St. John's International Airport (YYT), Gander International Airport (YQX)
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