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New Foundland rental properties are primarily found in the major metropolitan areas of New Foundland. Common rental types found in New Foundland are apartments, studios, lofts, one bedrooms, two bedrooms, condos, houses for rent, mobile homes, hotel rooms, vacation rental, furnished rentals short term rentals. Cities in New Foundland where housing rentals are found are Avalon Region, Western Region, Central Region, Eastern Region, Labrador Region.  Vacation rentals, short term rentals and furnished housing are more common in the metropolitan areas of New Foundland.

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      New Foundland Province Information
New Foundland and Labrador is a Canadian province and is located in the eastern part of Canada, world?s 15th largest island and Canada?s fourth-largest island. Provincial capital is St. John?s. It is also known as New Foundland from 1949 to 2001. New Foundland is a large Canadian island and is the most popular part of the Canadian province of New Foundland and Labrador. It was originally called Terra Nova and the name came from the Latin word ?New Land?. This province was discovered and named by the Italian John Cabot in 1497. This discovery became the initial foundation of the British Empire. Until 2001, this province was called as ?New Foundland? and then the name was changed to ?New Foundland and Labrador? and the postal abbreviation was changed from NF to NL. The island of New Foundland is separated from the Labrador Peninsula by the Strait of Belle Isle and from Cape Breton Island by the Cabot Strait. New Foundland and its associated small islands have a total area of 111,390 square kilometers (43,008 sq mi) and a population of 479,105 as of 2006.

      New Foundland Recreation, Culture and Attractions
The folklores are unchanged from parents to children over many generations. Each generation picks what it likes from its heritage, amplifying and modifying it to suit present needs. Over the years folklore grows and changes. Customs include people?s activities related to the calendar or to non ? calendric events. Songs include folksongs, traditional ballads and local songs.

      New Foundland Province Demographics
New Foundland total population - 510,805
New Foundland male population - 249,590
New Foundland female population - 259,335
New Foundland white population - 454,670
New Foundland black population - 3,722
New Foundland American Indian - 11,133
New Foundland Asian population - 2,771
New Foundland or Latino population - 31,669

      New Foundland school information
New Foundland and Labrador and other provinces have developed its own form of education must be very strong and relatively small system. Some of the recommendation to the education system that is aimed to strengthen the base of the post-secondary education system improve the capacity of the university and colleges and provide greater support services to students and improve accountability and collaboration within and between the post-secondary institutions. The first Education Act is in 1836 that is inaugurated the existing schools in its public education system and is the first direct involvement of the government with education. Protestant-backed Education Act was established in 1843 for the Catholics to share education grants equally with Protestants. There are more driving factors behind the education system that are religion as well as the economic sector and fisheries. Set up Superintendents to the Catholic, Church of England, and Methodist, in accordance with the Education Act of 1876.

New Foundland Symbols
New Foundland nickname - The Rock

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New Foundland Flag
New Foundland Flower
Purple pitcher plant
New Foundland Tree
Black Spruce

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Image of New Foundland motto

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New Foundland Bird
Atlantic Puffin
New Foundland Motto
The kingdom of God
New Foundland Song
Ode to New Foundland

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New Foundland Bird
Atlantic Puffin
New Foundland Fish
Silver Capelin
New Foundland Mammal
Labrador Retriever

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New Foundland Mammal
Newfoundland pony

      New Foundland Province History
In the history of New Foundland and Labrador has two separate regions namely Colony of New Foundland and Labrador. After 1949 these two regions are converged and formed the province of New Foundland and Labrador. The Strait of Belle Isle divides the island from the Labrador Peninsula, while the Cabot Strait separates New Foundland from Cape Breton Island. New Foundland?s location opposite the St Lawrence River creates the Gulf of St Lawrence, the largest estuary in the world. New Foundland and Labrador became the tenth province of Canada on March 31, 1949.

      New Foundland Province Tourist Information
It is to support the development of sustainable economic growth to the country/province. It is used to support the arts, tourism and foster creativity. From the thousand of years, find a piece of heaven, delightful sight, a playful breeze that will help to the journey. Catch a glimpse of icebergs, whales, birds and wildlife.

      New Foundland Province Transportation
The transportation in province several passenger and auto ferry services or works operates connects various communities along the province?s significance coastline. Inter-provincial ferry services are provided by Marine Atlantic. The ferry MV Apollo travels from St. Barbe, New Foundland on the Great Northern Peninsula to the port town of Blanc-Sablon, Quebec. The MV Sir Robert Bond also provides seasonal ferry service between Lewisporte on the island and the towns of Cartwright and Happy Valley-Goose Bay in Labrador. The province highway system serves the state highways.

      New Foundland Taxes
New Foundland Province Sales Tax Rate on Food 4.0%, on Prescription Drugs 0%, on Non-prescription Drugs 0%
New Foundland Province Total Tax on Gasoline 14.0%, on Diesel Fuel 14.0%
New Foundland Province Excise Tax Rates on Cigarettes Tax Rate 60(Ē per pack)
New Foundland Province Beer Excise Tax Rate $0.02($ per gallon)

      New Foundland Universities
Memorial University of New Foundland (St. John's)
Sir Wilfred Grenfell College (Corner Brook)

      New Foundland Religions
Roman Catholic Church - 37%
Anglican Church of Canada - 26%
United Church of Canada - 17%

      New Foundland province's census divisions
Division No. 1, New Foundland and Labrador (Avalon Peninsula-St. John's) - 242,875
Division No. 2, New Foundland and Labrador (Burin Peninsula-Marystown) - 24,371
Division No. 3, New Foundland and Labrador (South Coast-Channel-Port aux Basques) - 19,370
Division No. 4, New Foundland and Labrador (St. George's-Stephenville) - 22,162
Division No. 5, New Foundland and Labrador (Humber District-Corner Brook) - 40,466
Division No. 6, New Foundland and Labrador (Central newfoundland-Grand Falls-Windsor) - 36,208
Division No. 7, New Foundland and Labrador (Bonavista/Trinity-Clarenville) - 37,335
Division No. 8, New Foundland and Labrador (Notre Dame Bay-Lewisporte) - 42,188
Division No. 9, New Foundland and Labrador (Northern Peninsula-St. Anthony) - 20,091
Division No. 10, New Foundland and Labrador (Labrador-Happy Valley-Goose Bay) - 27,864
Division No. 11, New Foundland and Labrador (Nunatsiavut-Nain) - 2,414

      New Foundland Province Government
The department of Government Services provides online access to the various services to the public to the available self-services like online vehicle renewal in motor registration division, automobile Dealer?s web, companies and deeds online and registry of lobbyists. The government also provides to reduce the risk of identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in the market place. Identity theft occurs when someone uses your personal information without your knowledge or consent to commit a crime, such as fraud or theft.

      New Foundland Province Parks
In New Foundland province, there are three National Parks: Gros Morne National Park is located on the west cost of New Foundland with 1,805 km2 (697 sq mi), second largest national park in Atlantic Canada, established in 1973. Terra Nova National Park is located on the northeast coast of the island, established in 1957 was the first national park in this province. Torngat Mountains National Park is the name comes from the Inuktitut word Torngait, meaning ?place of spirits?, established on January 22, 2005, with the area 9,700 kmē. The government of New Foundland and Labrador Environment and conservation department, parks and natural area division maintains day use and natural scenic attraction parks and provincial parks and there are 14 provincial parks. Barachois Pond provincial Park is a popular provincial park located in the southwest of the island, covers 35 kmē. Blow Me down Provincial Park is a smaller Provincial Park on the west coast of the island, Butter Pot Provincial Park covers an area of approximately 28 kmē and is located on the Trans-Canada Highway, Chance Cove Provincial Park is located approximately 20 km south of Renews-Cappahayden, Dildo Run Provincial Park isopened to the public in 1967. The Arches Provincial Park is a public park on the western coastline. The provincial park reserves protect significant natural features or landscapes, and provide no day use. To reduce expenses in the Parks and Recreation system, the government is privatizing a number of provincial and Natural and scenic attractions. Approximately 29 parks were privatized or closed in an initial privatization.

      New Foundland Economy
Newfoundland and Labrador economy is mainly based on fishing and natural resources. Farming income is depending on only some areas of Newfoundland and Labrador. Newfoundland economy is based on manufacturing, services, mining and tourism. The farming sources of Newfoundland are vegetables, food processing, hay, oats, wheat, live stocks and timber. Services has great share in GDP like health, financial etc. The main manufacturing outputs of Newfoundland are printer, oil refining, footwear, electronics and transportation equipment. Copper, zinc, silver, gold, granite and oil are the main sources of Newfoundland. Tourism takes main role in Newfoundland economy. In 21st centaury the Newfoundland economy is growing greatly. User New Foundland Comments

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