Gros Morne


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Gros Morne

(grō môrn), mountain, 2,644 ft (806 m) high, W Newfoundland island, Canada, in the Long Range N of Bonne Bay; second highest point on Newfoundland. Gros Morne National Park (690 sq mi/1,787 sq km; est. 1970) contains a shifting sand dune region of the coast and the most spectacular section of the Long Range.
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On Monday, Haiti's Ministry of Communication released figures stating that at least 15 people had died, nine in Port-de-Paix, one in Saint-Louis du Nord and 5 in Gros Morne. Among the dead were a 5-year-old boy.
Sr Maryse Alsaint walks alongside a school damaged by a magnitude 5.9 earthquake the night before, in Gros Morne, Haiti, Sunday, Oct.
The civil protection agency issued a statement saying that some houses were destroyed in Port-de-Paix, Gros Morne, Chansolme and Turtle Island.
Le Nouvelliste newspaper said one person died when an auditorium collapsed in the town of Gros Morne, and that detainees were released from a police holding cell that was damaged.
Joe is fanatically infatuated with Wulff, a real-life conservationist who is credited with beginning the discussions that would result eventually in the creation of Gros Morne National Park, and an outfitting entrepreneur who played a major part in establishing Newfoundland as an unspoiled destination for recreational fishers and hunters.
Over the next two decades more than forty individual sites within and near Gros Morne National Park (GMNP) were photographed at various intervals and relevant earlier images were identified.
If you're planning to head across to the province of Newfoundland to spend a few days exploring Gros Morne National Park, now is the time to cross over on the ferry from the North Sydney port.
In Newfoundland, the business community at least partly allied with environmental groups in opposition, producing a de facto moratorium that remains in place for reasons that may be unique: the province's shale resources are located near a major tourist draw, Gros Morne National Park.
I think of Gros Morne in Newfoundland, the highlands of Cape Breton, the Gatineau Hills in Quebec, the Laurentians in northern Ontario and those foothills that take us into the Rockies of British Columbia and the Yukon.
My favourite spots in Canada are the north shore of Lake Superior, Gros Morne National Park, and the Northwest Territories.