Gulf of Saint Lawrence


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an arm of the northwest Atlantic Ocean off the southeastern coast of Canada

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Le Grand Heron began her life in 2008, sailing within the Magdalen Islands, a small archipelago in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence.
4) There was a North West Company ship named the Isaac Tod that was shipwrecked and salvaged in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence.
It was during this period that the French applied the name l'Acadie ("Acadia') to the area south of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence, and made it a target for colonization.
The Global Ice Center's information covers such data as sea ice concentration, thickness and drift over not only the Arctic Sea, but also the Baltic Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk and the Gulf of Saint Lawrence.
in New York and flowing from Lake Ontario NE into the Gulf of Saint Lawrence (inlet of the Atlantic)
Sightseers have almost a better chance of spotting whales, icebergs or seals in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence than they have of seeing other people.