from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A river of eastern Canada rising in southern Labrador and flowing about 388 km (241 mi) southward across eastern Quebec to the Gulf of St. Lawrence.


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  • We currently have teams in Bergen and in the Innu reseve of Natashquan in Canada that are forced to do their labyrinths without tracksticks.

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  • Because this ecoregion is a transition zone, it is characterized by a variety of forest types, including the Laurentide-Onatchiway (1a), Chibougamau-Natashquan (1b), Gouin (3) and Missinaibi-Cabonga (7) within the Boreal forest region.

    Eastern forest-boreal transition

  • Newfoundland Labrador, which faces the Atlantic; and Dr Hare, whose base is Harrington, in the centre of the Canadian Labrador, which runs in from the Strait of Belle Isle to Natashquan, more than two hundred miles along the north shore of the Gulf, among a perfect labyrinth of islands.

    All Afloat A Chronicle of Craft and Waterways

  • April seventeenth reached Natashquan and open water.

    The Long Labrador Trail

  • The Corporation is also actively discussing potential exploration agreements with several industry partners on numerous properties, including the Snelgrove Lake iron ore, Julienne Lake iron ore, Notakwanon uranium and Natashquan nickel-copper-PGE's projects.

  • The passengers had been on their way to the Innu community of Natashquan to work on a school renovation project.

    London Free Press

  • Flight 201's destinations were Sept-Îles and Natashquan, Quebec. - Home Page

  • Natashquan turns out to be a pretty little town on the Petite Riviére Natashquan. Top Stories

  • A long, straight and seemingly endless strect of Route 138 along the north shore of the St. Lawrence River between Tadoussac and Natashquan. Top Stories

  • From here to Natashquan, Route 138 is known as La Route des Baleines, the Whale Route. Top Stories


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