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Cha·leur Bay (shə-lo͝or′, -lûr′)
An inlet of the Gulf of St. Lawrence between the Gaspé Peninsula and northern New Brunswick, Canada.
Cha•leur′ Bay′ (ʃəˈlʊər, -ˈlɜr)
an inlet of the Gulf of St. Lawrence between NE New Brunswick and SE Quebec, in SE Canada. ab. 85 mi. (135 km) long; 15–25 mi. (24–40 km) wide.
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2) As a data source, Ommer selected the ledgers and letter books of Charles Robin and Company (CRC), the Jersey merchant firm which dominated the industry in the Bay of Chaleur
region of the Gulf of St.
But La Giraudais decided to find a safe anchorage at the head of the Bay of Chaleur
, make contact with the governor of Canada, Pierre de Rigaud de Vaudreuil, and await his orders.
He married Sarah Sherar, daughter of Loyalist Thomas Sherar, of the New Carlisle Loyalist colony across the Bay of Chaleur
on the Gaspe coast.