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List of ports - Canada

The island Akpatok provides breeding areas for thousands of sea birds, such as sea swallows and seagulls. Akpatol Island is a traditional hunting area of the Inuit.
Alert Bay is a Canadian town located on Cormorant Island, off the north coast of the well-known Vancouver Island. About half of the approximately 600 inhabitants is part of one of the ethnic groups of the so-called ' First Nations' ,Canada's indigenous peoples, on whose original territory the town is located.
Arctic Bay is located on the Canadian Baffin Islandand actually in the north of a narrow bay. The settlement has about 1,000 inhabitants. Scenically this area is nice because high mountains rise across the valley. The area is referred to as "ice desert".
The region was probably already inhabited 4,000 years ago.
Argentia is located on a peninsula on the Canadian Peninsula on Placentia Bay and has about 500 residents. The place is now mainly ferry port industrial park and naval base while it was actually founded in the 16th century as a fishing village.
Aupaluk is the smallest municipality around Nunavik. The place is located on the Ungava Bay and has around 150 inhabitants. Originally the site was built here because of its location and its rich wildlife resources, so that hunters and fishermen rapidly settled here.
The flat landscape makes it easy for visitors to explore the area.
The Axel Heiberg Island belongs to the Queen Elizabeth Islands, which lie in the far north of Canada and are part of the territory of Nunavut. The Arctic island is covered by glaciers, which are up to more than 2,000 meters high, and jagged by bays and fjords.
At the end of the 19 th century, the island was discovered and named after the commissioner of that Arctic expedition.
Cape Breton Isand has a size of 10,311 sq km, 135 km wide and 175 km long. On Cape Breton Island live 166 poeple. 116 of whom around 70 per cent live in Cape Breton County Land.
The city Baddeck enjoys a wonderful location, along the shores of Bras d'Or Lakes. A variety of recreational activities, such as tennis, hiking, guided kayaking in the sea and bike hikes offer an interesting change. Baddeck was the adopted home of the famous inventor and teacher Alexander Graham Bell. The Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site is located in the eastern part of Baddeck and exhibits the largest collection of artifacts about the life of Bell.
Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, is a rocky and rugged island at the far end of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Cape Breton Island is one of the most remote regions of the province and has an interesting mix of cliffs, mountains, valleys, rivers and lakes. The major land masses, in the northern part of the island is in fact the highest point of the entire Atlantic region. The world-famous Cabot Trail is one of the most picturesque driving routes throughout Canada and harbors, along the way - from the sea to the mountains -a variety of historical and cultural attractions.
The Baffin Island, located north of the province of Quebec and west of Greenland, is the largest island of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago and with an area of 507 451 km2 is the fifth largest island in the world. On the map you can see the Baffin Island easily by its characteristic, highly rugged outline. The 11,000 inhabitants are mainly Inuit.
Countless lakes and rivers,endless vastness and one of the longest fjords in the world are the hallmarks of a region where water and land create a fascinating symbiosis. In the mighty Saguenay - Lac Saint Jean visitors have the opportunity to tour three unique landscapes.
Baie-Commeau in the Province of Quebec is a little town which serves as accomodation for travelers on the way to Labrador. Baie-Commeau functions as two separate towns connected through a green belt.
Banff is located within the same Canadian National Park, in the province of Alberta, and is now home to about 6,700 people. It was baptized to its present name in 1884 by the director of the Canadian Pacific Railway, after his Scottish birthplace.
Battle Harbour consists of two islands. You will find there a lovingly restored, historical fishing village from the 19th century. You can only visit it from the middle of June to the end of September by either boat or plane. You should plan at least half a day for the visit.
The Bay of Islands is a bay on the west coast of the Canadian island of Newfoundland. It is named after the many small islands that are scattered in its basin. Some of them were inhabited by generations of traditional fishing families. However, since the middle of the 20th century the majority of them are especially known as an ideal holiday and camping destination.
Look out for polar bears and seals and watch the different birds and mammals that gather for the summer.
Bonaventure Island, also known by its French name Bonaventure Island is a Canadian island, located about 3.5 km off the coast of the Gaspé Peninsula of the Quebec province. Already in 1919 the island was declared a bird sanctuary, today it is one of the largest and most popular bird refuges in the world.
The island of Newfoundland is part of the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Newfoundland is off the northeast coast of North America in the Atlantic Ocean and is the most densely populated part of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. From Labrador Newfoundland is separated by the Strait of Belle Isle. The island has an area of 111,390 km².
In the 15th century Portuguese and Spanish fishermen came more and more the Neufoundland banks for fishing. Only on June 24, 1497  the first official European, John Cabot, an Italian navigator in the service of the English king, saw as first the American mainland in Labrador, after he had already landed on the same journey already in Bonavista on Newfoundland. The name Newfoundland derives from Cabot's description newe founde islande - "new found land".
The Bonne Bay is a bay passing further inland into a fjord on the west coast of the Canadian island of Newfoundland. It lies in the region of the ​​Gros Morne National Park, named after the Gros Morne, Newfoundland's second highest mountain. The area was included in 1987 by the UNESCO to the list of world nature heritage.
Button Island is an island located off the north-eastern tip of Canada's Labrador Peninsula. Together with the Killiniq Island by which it is separated by the waters of the Strait Gray, Button Island is also considered the gateway to the Hudson Strait.
Bylot Iceland is an island in the eastern Arctic with jagged ice fields and glaciers.
Calgary is a city in Canada in the province of Alberta. It is with almost one million inhabitants, the third largest city in Canada and is located in southern Alberta in the prairie, about 80 kilometers east of the Rocky Mountains. Before the first Europeans settled the area around Calgary, the area was home to the Blackfoot Indians. The first European settlers settled down in the 1860s, mostly to hunt bison. In 1883 the Canadian Pacific Railway reached the settlement and the population grew rapidly. Calgary became a center of cattle and cowboys. In the late 1960s in Alberta were found enormous oil reserves and Calgary turned into an economic metropolis. In 1988 the city hosted the Winter Olympics.
Cambridge Bay is a small settlement with about 1,000 inhabitants. It lies on the south coast of the Canadian Victoria Island, which has a size of 212,000 square kilometers. The western part of the island belongs to the Northwest Territories, the eastern (about two thirds) is part of the territory of Nunavut. The island was named in 1839 after the British Queen Victoria and explored in the late 30s by the British researchers Thomas Simpson and Peter W. Dease.
The city lies on the east coast of Vancouver Island, approximately 270 kilometers north of Victoria and is the starting point for an infinite number of recreational activities and adventure tours. Campbell River has 30,000 inhabitants and offers excellent restaurants and pubs, excellent shopping, cultural and historical institutions. A stroll through the pleasant town is worthwhile.
Cap Dyer lies on Baffin Icsland, the largest island of the Canadian Arctic archipelago, located north of the Labrador Peninsula. It is the fifth largest island in the world and has about 11,000 residents, mostly Inuit (Eskimos), who live in six settlements located on the coasts.
Cape Dorset is an Inuit settlement on Buffin Iceland, the largest island of the Canadian Arctic archipelago, located north of the Labrador Peninsula. The place is located on a small island in the southwest of Buffin Island. The Hudson's Bay Company established here a trading post in 1913. The actual construction of the settlement began in the early 1950s.
The headland Cape Porcupine is located on the east coast of the Canadian island of Labrador, off the northeast coast of America, in the Atlantic Ocean.
Cape Race is the place where on April 14, 1912 the first SOS signals sent by the Titanic were received. The ship was 409 knots away from Cape Race when it hit an iceberg around 11:40. With a little bit of luck you can see humpback whales from here.
The island of Newfoundland has beautiful cliffs, wherefrom one has a wonderful view of seabird colonies and numerous species of whales that come close to the coasts.
Located on the Avalon Peninsula, about 200 kilometers from the capital St. John's is Cape St. Mary's with the Ecological Reserve.
Cartwright is a Canadian municipality, located at the Sandwich Bay, on the south coast of the island of Labrador. In 1775, the name giver Captain George Cartwright founded at this point a trading post for fish and furs. Even today, the city is an important trading center for the supply of Labrador.
Charlottetown has around 15,000 inhabitants and is the capital of the Canadian province of Prince Edward Island. The town lies on the Hillsborough Bay, at the confluence of the three rivers Hillsborough, Yorke and Eliot.
Churchill (about 1200 inhabitants) is the northernmost town in the province of Manitoba. Due to its location on the Hudson is a major trading port for grain, which is shipped to Europe. The Hudson Bay is ice-free, however, from May to October.
Coats Island is an unpopulated island, located in the north of Hudson Bay, in the Canadian Arctic-Archipelago. It was once named after the former captain William Coats, who worked for the Hudson's Bay Company and who regularly traveled to the island from 1727 to 1751. Until the death of its last representative in 1903, on Coats Island live the people of the ethnic group Sallirmut.
Coburg Iceland is located in the Baffin Bay at the entrance to Jones Sound. The island belongs to the territory of Nunavut (Canada), reaches a height of 800 m and is 65% glaciated.
Corner Brook is at the mouth of the Humber River. The city has about 24,000 inhabitants, making it very large for Newfoundland conditions. It is at the same time an industrial center with a large paper mill, which was built in the 20's.
Cornwallis Island is one of the Queen Elizabeth Islands in the Indian territory of Nunavut.
Dalhousie is a small town in the officially bilingual Canadian province of New Brunswick. The town is located on Chaleur Bay at the mouth of the Restigouche River. In the 1820, the area was settled by Scottish emigrants. Dalhousie, named after George Ramsay, Earl of Dalhousie, got its name in 1826. In 1905 Dalhousie officially became a city.
The Devon Island is the second largest of the Queen Elizabeth Islands and is part of the Canadian territory of Nunavut. It is separated from Ellesmere Island in the north by the Jones Sound and Baffin Island to the south by the Lancaster Sound. With an area of ​​55,247 km², it is the largest uninhabited island of the earth. The eastern third part of Devon Island is covered with a 500 - 700 m thick ice cap. In 1616, the island was discovered by William Baffin was discovered and named by polar explorer William Edward Parry first North Devon (after the English county of Devon).
Diana Isand is one of the islands of the Canadian Arctic. It was named in 1862 by Captain Richards, after the steamship "Diana".
The Digges Islands, West Digges and Digges East, are two small islands that geographically belong to the Canadian region Nunavik in northern Quebec. They lie in the same-named Digges Sound, an arm of the famous Hudson Bay. The first documented encounter between Europeans and the indigenous population of Nunaviks took place on the Digges Islands in 1610.
A bay in the south of Devon Island.
Edmonton is the capital of the Canadian province of Alberta, has about 783,000 inhabitants, making it the sixth largest city in Canada. The first settlement of the area by Indians dates back more than 11,000 years. The present city itself was born of a fort which was built in 1795. Despite the unfavorable climate for crop-growing, the city experienced due to war production and its natural resources an impressive industrial boom. Today, a significant part of the population is active in the in the service area, not least due to the local University of Alberta.
At the northern tip of Canada lies the farthest northern island of the country, Ellesmere Island. The fifth largest island in the world is one of the few regions that have remained largely untouched by humans. The island is 800 km from the North Pole and only 25 km away from Greenland. There is the second largest park in Canada with spectacular mountain ranges, massive glaciers, deep fjords, ice bays that reach deep into the sea. With a little luck you will encounter a Musc ox herd(mountain goats),and have the opportunity to capture the fantastic wildlife for a moment. In summer animals graze along the vast Tundra landscapes to survive the harsh and long winter, which extends here almost throughout the year.
The bay Eric's Cove is located on the Ungava Peninsula, a peninsula in northern Canada. It belongs to the province of Quebec, whose northernmost point it represents. Ungava is quite shallow: with a width of around 500 km and a similar length the highest point is only 657 meters above N.N., at the crater New Québec. The about 10,000 inhabitants of the half-island spread over 12 villages located along the coast.
The Eureka Sound is the channel that devides the Ellesmere- from the Axel Heiberg Island. The Ellesmere Island is about the tenth largest island in the world. It belongs to the Canadian Queen Elizabeth Islands in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago and is part of the Canadian territory of Nunavut. In 1616 the island was discovered by William Baffin  and named in 1852 by Edward Inglefield's expedition to Francis Egerton, the first Earl of Ellesmere. Approximately 80,000 km2 of islands highly divided by fjords are glaciated. Ellesmere had been inhabited at least 4000 years ago by the ancestors of the Inuit. Today, there are three estblishments inhabited all year round: the military station Alert (the northernmost human settlement at all), the weather station Eureka and the Inuit settlement Grise Fiord.
Fort Conger, located on Ellesmere Island, in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago, is a former American research station, which served as a base for Arctic expeditions. Built by British polar explorer Sir George Strong Nares in 1875 as a base camp, it was expanded in the following years and also served as a starting point for the famous polar expedition by Adolphus Greely.
François lies on a wonderful fjord and is surrounded by cliffs.
Frobisher Bay is incorporated in a spectacular landscape. This is also true for the impressive icy peaks Grinnell and Southeast that ascend over an altitude of 915 meters from the Bay. On the top of Frobisher Bay lies Iqaluit, here you can visit the St. Jude's cathedral. Pay the government building of Nunavut a visit, that houses the territorial parliament as well as an extraordinary collection of art works of the Inuit.
Gaspe signifies in the language of the Micmac-Indians "End of the World". A special highlight is the artist village Saint-Jean-Port Joli, where one can watch how the natives cut wood, make pottery or weave. In Riviere du Loop where the Wolf River flows into the St. Lawrence one can usually marvel at seals (seals in French: loups marine) and, with a bit of luck, also at white Beluga whales. Almost on the top of the peninsula lies the Forillon National Park, a magnificent hiking area. From the cliffs the seals and whales can be observed all through the period between May and October. Boat trips can be undertaken from Cape Bon Ami along the coast.
Gjoa Haven is located in the Canadian territory of Nunavut, on the southeastern coast of King William Island at Rasmussen Basin. About 1,100 people live in this settlement, 94% of whom are Inuit. The village was named after the ship Gjoa of the Norwegian polar explorer Roald Amundsen (1872 - 1928) by which he traversed between 1903-1906 the Northwest Passage and wintered here. The name which the Inuit gave the settlement ,Uqsuqtuuq, means "place with amounts of bacon" and refers to the large flocks of seals that formerly resided in this place.
Goose Bay is known mainly for the Canadian Forces Base Goose Bay , a Canadian air base in northeastern Canada. Goose Bay is located in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. The base is also known as 5 Wing Goose Bay, the part used by civilians as Goose Bay Airport.
The Grand Manan Island is an island in the Bay of Fundy, a bay between the Canadian provinces of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, on the Gulf of Maine. The Bay of Fundy is 220 km long and 60 km wide, its name derives from the Portuguese name "Rio Fondo" (low flow). The first European mention under the name of "Baie François" dates back to the year 1604 by the French explorer Pierre Dugua.
The Grinnell Glacier is located on Baffin Island, the largest island of the Canadian Arctic archipelago. It is part of the Canadian Territory of Nunavut and is the fifth largest island in the world. Parts of the island are glaciated. Roughly about 11,000 people, mostly Inuit live on the island.
Grise Fiord (in the language of the Inuit, called Auyuittuq ',' land that never melts ")  is the northernmost community of the Canadian territory of Nunavut, located south of Ellesmere Island, at the same-named Grise Fjord. The name of this fjord, Norwegian for "pig fjord", goes back to the Norwegian polar explorer Otto Svedrup to whom the sounds of the numerous walruses based there on his expedition of the area (1899-1903) reminded of grunting of pigs.
The Gros Morne National Park is located on the west coast of the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador. The landscape of the park is dominated by fjords, bays, lakes, plateaus and mountain valleys. In 1987 the National Park was declared a UNESCO world cultural heritage. Originally the area was setttlement area of the Dorset Eskimos, as well as Scandinavian seafarers and Basque whalers. Is derived its name from the name of the second highest mountain of Newfoundland, the Gros Morne with 806 meters.
Gros Water Bay, better known under the name of Hamilton Inlet is a fjord-like, long and narrow bay on the east coast of the Canadian Labrador Peninsula.
Halifax, with around 90,000 is as the capital of Nova Scotia not only its economic and cultural center, but also also of the whole of the Atlantic region of Canada. In 1749 the British chose the ice-free and strategically situated bay to establish a fort. Directly on the pier of the city exploded in 1917 the ammunition freighter Mont Blanc after the collision with a Norwegian freighter. The detonation was the largest that had ever taken place anywhere up to that time
Hebron was once the northernmost settlement in Labrador, in northeastern Canada. In 1831 the Herrnhuter fraternity of the Herrnhuter Moravians, Protestant missionaries, built here a mission station. In addition to the expansion of Christianity these also dealt in trading with the native Eskimos. In 1959 the mission was abandoned and thus the settlement also and is now uninhabited.
Herschel Island lies off the eastern north coast of Canada. Once the island was the center of whaling catching, today it is National Park. 15 ships wintered here in 1894-95, the now abandoned village housed about 2,000 people. Even the legendary polar explorer Roald Amundsen had set up his quarters near Herschel Island. Due to the extreme ice conditions, Amundsen and his men were forced in King's Point to overcome three winters - between 1903-1906 - with the Inuit before they successfully completed their crossingthrough the Northwest Passage.
The Hoare Bay is a small bay, located in the southeast of the Cumberland Peninsula, which is located on the Canadian Baffin Island. Small rock islands that rise everywhere from the water, characterize the magnificent landscape scenery of the bay.
The Victoria Island is the third largest island in Canada. It lies in the Arctic Ocean in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. In 1839 the island was named after the British Queen Victoria. The two settlements on the island are Cambridge Bay in the south and Holman on the western coast, located at the entrance to the Prince Albert Sound.