this is a picture of grose more national park
aboriginal hunters and fishers were the first residents of this region. The Mi'kmaq lived on the mainland, while the Beothuk inhabited Newfoundland. Later, European explorers set up colonies along the region's coastline. today, the Appalachian region has about
one-tenth of Canada's total population. There are only four cities of 100 000Sherbrook(Quebec) Halifax (Nova Scotia) saint john (new Brunswick ) and St. john's (Newfoundland and Labrador). Lately, problems in the fishing industry have forced many people in small costal fishing communities to look for work in the cities.
Next time you grab a bag of potato chips or wolf down some French fries thank the farmers in the Appalachian region ! the fertile soils of prince Edward island and new Brunswick are perfect for growing potatoes , which are sold in Canadian and world markets this is a land form region with many unique characteristics
Gros Morne National Park
A diverse landscape and a unique open-air geological showcase, Gros Morne brings to life the planet’s history and that of Newfoundland’s rural culture. Cruise a cliff-lined freshwater fjord, stroll across 500 million years of the earth’s past in an hour, visit a colourful coastal village, and hike a rare exposed piece of the Earth’s mantle. Explore on your own for a day or longer, or join guided activities including interpretive walks and a boat trip.