qAboriginals, Breton and Basque fisherman, and French- and English entrepreneurs from Quebec City established fishing posts along the Labrador coast from Kegashka to Blanc-Sablon during the middle of the seventeenth century and developed a culture, identity, and economy particular to this stretch of coast. The Forgotten Labrador offers an intimate look at the lifestyle, living conditions, and activities of these people, whose lives were shaped by the uncertainties of the fisheries.q--BOOK JACKET.This road was eventually linked to snowmobile trails maintained by the Quebec Department of Transportation. ... But despite Bombardiera#39;s optimism, the Ski-Doo was not well received by coastal residents during its first few years of production. ... air, and land transportation services, the Lower North Shore Economic Council sought to ameliorate communication links to the QuebecLabrador coast between anbsp;...
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