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Canadian Ports: Introduction to Stephenville Port

Stephenville Port Map

The location of Stephenville Port is shown on the map.

Stephenville's geographical longitude: -98.2022633, latitude: 32.2206958. One of the major ports on the Canada Line

Stephenville is a town in the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador. It is located on the west coast of Newfoundland. It is the service center in the southwest of the island and the seat of the College of the North Atlantic. The main residents are French, British, Scots and indigenous residents, thus forming a unique culture and tradition. Due to the heavy influence of the United States, the underground ammunition depots, airstrips, hangars and streets left here are still named after American states. Mountains with a history of 1.2 billion years are located to the north, east and south of the town. The Harry River and Fox Island River originating from the mountains have become the best places for kayaking, boating and fishing. There are a large number of wild animals living in the forests, mountains and river valleys near the town. You can see moose, caribou, foxes, otters, arctic hares and many kinds of birds. In Stephenville, visitors can discover stunning natural light, interesting history, rich cultural traditions and welcoming residents.

Stephenville is an important shipping port in Canada. There are 165 ports in Canada, including 12 major ports, namely: Calgary (calgary), Montreal (montreal, qc), Port Rupert ( prince rupert), vancouver, bc, winnipeg, halifax, toronto, on, edmonton, ottawa, on Regina (regina), saskatoon (saskatoon), hamilton (hamilton, on) port.

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