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Life and sport on the north shore of the lower St. Lawrence and Gulf

Napoleon Alexander Comeau

Life and sport on the north shore of the lower St. Lawrence and Gulf

containing chapters on salmon fishing, trapping, the folk-lore of the Montagnais Indians and tales of adventure on the fringe of the Labrador Peninsula.

by Napoleon Alexander Comeau

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Published by Telegraph Print. Co. in Quebec .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hunting -- Canada,
  • Fishing -- Canada,
  • Birds -- Québec (Province)

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination440 p.
    Number of Pages440
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20246279M

    Gulf shore at Pleasant Bay, NS. The Gulf of Saint Lawrence is bounded on the north by the Labrador Peninsula and Quebec, to the east by Saint-Pierre and Newfoundland, to the south by the Nova Scotia peninsula and Cape Breton Island, and to the west by the Gaspe Peninsula, New Brunswick, and Quebec. St Lawrence Saga: The Clarke Steamship Story. St Lawrence Saga: The Clarke Steamship Story – Contents And Chapter Links Ma ; Chapter 1: To The Gulf of St Lawrence Ma ; Chapter 2: Before Clarke Steamship Ma ; Chapter 3: The Clarke Steamship Company – Formative Years Ma ; Chapter 4: A New Ship, Southern .

    Along the North Shore of the Gulf of St. Lawrence in Quebec, Canada, direct exploitation and disturbance of breeding seabirds caused severe declines for several species between and , including 84 percent and 76 percent declines for Razorbill and Atlantic Puffin, respectively.   Before departing from Quebec City to begin a journey that would take us along the coastal regions of Quebec’s North Shore, the Gaspe, the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Magdalen Islands, Saint-Pierre and.

    The coastline of the Gulf of St Lawrence around Cape Breton, Nova Scotia as seen from aboard a whale watching boat. Traveling the waters of the Gulf of St. Lawrence on a whale watching trip that departed from Pleasant Bay in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, you can view the beauty of the rocky coastline. 40 km (25 mi.) Tadoussac to Les Escoumins 1. Your adventure begins in Tadoussac ( km/ mi. from Québec City, km/ mi. from Montréal), a great place to observe whales either during a cruise on the St. Lawrence or from the shore. Route will take you to Les Escoumins, where you can not only participate in a whale-watching excursion, but also enjoy a virtual dive in the St.


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Lawrence and Gulf, containing chapters on salmon fishing, trapping, the folk-lore of the Montagnais Indians and tales of adventure on the fringe of the Labrador peninsula.

Life and Sport on the North Shore of The Lower St. Lawrence and Gulf; Containing chapters on Salmon Fishing, Trapping, the Folk-lore of the Montagnais Indians and Tales of Adventure on the Fringe of the Labrador Quebec. Title: Life and Sport on the North Shore of the Lower St.

Lawrence and Gulf, Containing Chapters on Salmon Fishing, Trapping, the Folk-Lore of the Montagnais Indians and Tales of Adventure on the Fringe of the Labrador Peninsula Publisher: Quebec, Daily Telegraph Printing House Publication date: Subjects: Fishing Hunting -- Canada Notes: This is an OCR reprint.

Life and sport on the North Shore of the lower St. Lawrence and Gulf: containing chapters on salmon fishing, trapping, the folk-lore of the Montagnais Indians and tales of adventure on the fringe of the Labrador Peninsula.

() 3rd edition. 8vo ( x mm). Pp B/w photograph plates, map, vignette illustrations. Green cloth, spine titled in gilt, gilt title & vignette in ruled frame on upper board. "Not the least charm of Mr Comeau's vol. Life and sport on the north shore of the lower St. Lawrence and Gulf, containing chapters on salmon fishing, trapping, the folk-lore of the Montagnais Indians and tales of adventure on the fringe of the Labrador Peninsula.

Quebec: Telegraph Printing Co., (OCoLC) Life and sport on the north shore of the lower St. Lawrence and Gulf: containing chapters on salmon fishing, trapping, the folk-lore of the Montagnais Indians and tales of adventure on the fringe of the Labrador Peninsula (1st ed.).

Quebec: Daily Telegraph Print. House. Comeau, Napoléon A. Cruising has slowly been returning to the North Shore of the Gulf of St Lawrence, with Baie Comeau, Sept Iles and Havre St Pierre all having hosted modern cruise ships for the first time in the past couple of years. The first international cruise ship to visit Sept Iles was Holland America Line’s Maasdam.

Life and sport on the north shore of the lower St. Lawrence and Gulf, containing chapters on salmon fishing, trapping, the folk-lore of the Montagnais Indians and tales of adventure on the fringe of the Labrador peninsula.

By Napoleon A. (Napoleon Alexander) Comeau. The North Shore or Côte-Nord is a region of Quebec on the shore of the Gulf of St.

Lawrence. Init had ab residents in an area about the size of Italy. It is divided into two tourist regions: Duplessis and Manicouagan.

The Duplessis region is known for the vastness of its natural spaces, boreal forest. Bayfield devoted the next 14 years to a survey of the entire north shore of the St Lawrence River.

Also systematically charted in these years were Lac Saint-Pierre, Quebec and Montreal harbours, the navigable portion of the Saguenay River, the northern Gaspé coast, the Strait of Belle Isle, the coast of Labrador from Belle Isle to Cape St. Polar bear makes rare appearance on Quebec's Lower North Shore The great white Arctic visitor likely floated into the Gulf of St.

Lawrence aboard. The physical and biological effects of this fresh water are detectable as far away as the Gulf of Maine. Newfoundland Shelf water enters the gulf on the eastern side of Cabot Strait, drifts northeast along the west coast of Newfoundland and, coupled with a westerly drift along the north shore.

In the Gulf of St. Lawrence, the Piping Plovers find important nesting habitat on the beaches of the Iles-de-la-Madeleine, on Prince Edward Island and along the mainland coast of Northumberland Strait south of the Baie des Chaleurs as well as a few places on Cape Breton, Newfoundland and along the southern shore of Nova Scotia.

In Jacques Cartier called it the land God gave to Cain. The French explorer couldn’t have dreamed that a string of towns would one day dot Quebec’s North Shore. The Gulf of Saint Lawrence was a summer trading place for Native American.

The twenty-five day research trip recently took the team from Gaspé, Que., to Stephenville, N.L., then back along Quebec's Northern shore, covering nautical miles of the Gulf of St.

Lawrence. estuary and in the northern Gulf at depths of to m. Longitude 70 ° 68 ° 66 ° 64 ° 62 ° 60 ° 58 ° 56 ° Latitude 42 ° 44 ° 46 ° 48 ° 50 ° 52 ° 54 ° 10 12 9 8 i Newfoundland North Shore Gaspé Peninsula a P.E.I. New Brunswick Figure 1. Shrimp fishery management units in the Estuary and Gulf of St.

Lawrence. Summary. Find the perfect boat gulf of st. lawrence stock photo. Huge collection, amazing choice, + million high quality, affordable RF and RM images. No need to register, buy now!Gulf of Saint Lawrence, body of water covering ab square miles (, square km) at the mouth of the St.

Lawrence River. It fringes the shores of half the provinces of Canada and is a gateway to the interior of the entire North American continent.s in the Southern Gulf of St.

Lawrence and has been very important for the fishermen of St. Georges Bay. Until the late s, the species were mostly used for bait, fishmeal, and farm field fertilizer due to stock abundance and low commercial value.

From the s up until the s.