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2009 the provence population was to be 150,985
Premier Williams orders all Canadian flags taken down from all provincial buildings in protest of federal government policies
Canadas constitution is amended to change the provinces official name to Newfoundland and Labrador
Oil is produced, starting an important new industry in the province.
The Trans-Labrador Highway opens; Canada bans all cod fishing, leaving tens of thousands of Newfoundlanders and Labradorians without work. In newfoundland and labrador.
The cofedentual bridge opens for traffic in Newfoundland /labrador.
The Trans-Canada Highway is completed, linking Canada’s east and west coasts
In 1965 The musical Anna of Green Gables first opens.
Newfoundland and labrador gives up its self-government status and becomes a British colony again.
In 1925 the first radio was invinted for the Prince Edward island. It's the islands first radio ever ivented.
In 1885 the generation station opened in St. John's, electricity available for first time to public for lights tidal wave hurricane struck coastal Labradort.
In 1847 the provence house opens for good.Province House National Historic Site stands as a landmark in Charlottetown.
In 1830 the island eletorate double in size as a full civil rights are extended.
In 1773 120 settlers came to London So they can live their.
In 1748 british trades Isla St. Jean back to France for a city in India the British migratory fishery at Newfoundland reached its height in terms of production employment, and revenue It overtook the French fishery which had been the larger of the two. The french was forced off the island. Newfoundland after 1713 and in part because the English fishery had expanded beyond the its old limits. This all happend in newfoundland/labrador in the 1748.
A force of british and NewEngland troups capture Isle St. Jean destroying port La Joye and Trois
Viking explorers build the first known European settlement in North America at L’Anse aux Meadows in AD 1003