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Canadian a permanent transport link, esp a bridge, between two geographical areas separated by water
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4) Opened on May 31, 1997, the Confederation Bridge is an amazing sight.
Make your way off the Island either over the Confederation Bridge or using the car-ferry at Wood Islands, and begin the journey to the third province on this whirlwind Canadian road trip: Nova Scotia
helping build the Prince Edward Island-New Brunswick Confederation Bridge in the Canadian Maritimes; and, H.
If you like bridges, the trip north across the eight-mile-long Confederation Bridge (toll $43.
Back on the road, we crossed the giant Confederation Bridge to Prince Edward Island, in the headlines last year after a visit by a newly married Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
From there it is a short 30-minute hop by plane to PEI, or a two-hour 40-minute drive including crossing the Confederation Bridge (toll).
Traffic on the Confederation Bridge has recovered notably since the sharp decline experienced in 2008, including an increase of 3.
After a three-hour drive we crossed the expansive eight-mile Confederation Bridge to the place they market as 'the gentle island'.
As the 2010 Olympic Torch Relay crossed the Confederation Bridge into New Brunswick, communities prepared celebrations for its arrival, torchbearers were briefed on the impending honour, and families made plans to gather to witness this symbolic event.
Previously, every application was treated the same, whether it was a cottage dock extension or the Confederation Bridge.
We were told, over and over again, that officials had to review every application the same way regardless of whether it was a private dock on a remote northern lake or the Confederation Bridge.
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