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Geography: Labrador is the easternmost province in Canada and is located on the Labrador Peninsula. It is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean on three sides and the Gulf of Saint Lawrence on the fourth.
Labrador is the largest and most sparsely populated province in Canada. It has a population of about 52,000 people and an area of just over 1.2 million square kilometers. Most of the population lives in the south near the Churchill River. The capital of Labrador is Happy Valley-Goose Bay. Labrador is a very diverse province. The landscape ranges from rugged mountains and glaciers in the north to rolling hills and forests in the south. The climate is also very diverse, with temperatures ranging from -30 degrees Celsius in the winter to 30 degrees Celsius in the summer. Labrador is rich in natural resources. The most important resources are iron ore, copper, and nickel. Other resources include oil, gas, timber, and hydro power. Labrador is a relatively new province. It was created in 1949 when the province of Newfoundland and Labrador was divided into two separate provinces. Labrador is a part of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador
History: Labrador was first inhabited by the Innu people. The first European to explore the region was Jacques
Cartier in 1534. The British established a colony in Newfoundland in 1610. The French established a colony in 1662. The British and French fought for control of the region until the British won in 1763. The British established the colony of Labrador in 1774. The French retained control of the small island of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon off the coast of Labrador. The British and French fought for control of Labrador and Saint-Pierre and Miquelon until the British won in 1815. The British and French continued to dispute control of the islands until the French withdrew in 1844. The British colony of Labrador was merged with the Newfoundland colony in 1949. The province of Newfoundland and Labrador was created in 2001.Geography: Labrador is located on the eastern coast of Canada. It is the largest and easternmost province in Canada. The coastline of Labrador is rugged and has many fjords. The interior of Labrador is hilly and forested. The