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  • It became advantageous for Great Britain to have a fishery based in Newfoundland as conditions of market and competition changed.
  • Newfoundland and Labrador's forests are a renewable resource, so long as they are harvested in a sustainable way.
  • Newfoundland and Labrador's offshore oil industry has made significant contributions to the provincial economy in recent decades.
  • A major concern surrounding Newfoundland and Labrador's offshore oil industry is that it may do serious damage to the ocean environment.
  • Although the main line was itself a signal feat of engineering and political optimism, branch lines were also integral to the Newfoundland railway.
  • The Newfoundland railway operated for a little over a century. From 1882-97 the trains ran over completed portions of a projected trans-insular line.
  • Reid Descendants--Society--Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage Web
  • Robert Gillespie Reid and his descendants left an imprint on numerous aspects of Newfoundland business, politics and society.
  • Biography of the patriarch of the Newfoundland Reid family, Robert Gillespie Reid.
  • The bulk of seals taken annually in the Gulf of St. Lawrence and off the eastern coasts of Newfoundland and Labrador are Greenland seals, or harps.
  • The growth of land-based industries during the first half of the 20th century helped diversify Newfoundland and Labrador's economy into sectors other than the fishery.
  • The Voisey's Bay nickel-copper-cobalt mine is located in northern Labrador, about 35 kilometres southwest of Nain.
  • Au sujet du site historique de Boyd's Cove.
  • Terre-Neuve, Béothuk, famille algonquienne, Shanawdithit, disparition, cueilleurs, outils, autochtones d'une époque récente, rivière Exploits, Little Passage Complex
  • outils de chasse, techniques et préparation et entreposage de la nourriture du peuple autochtone.
  • La culture matérielle des Béothuks comprend les objets physiques qu'ils ont laissé derrière eux, ce qui inclut leurs outils, leurs armes et leurs vestiges
  • La culture et les traditions des Innus
  • culture, traditions, et subsistance
  • Le manque d'information archéologique concernant la fin de la préhistoire dans les Maritimes rend difficile la description adéquate de la culture mi'kmaq avant l'arrivée des Européens dans la région. La majeure partie de la zone côtière des Maritimes s'est enfoncée peu à peu par rapport au niveau de la mer.

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