Bras d'Or Lake


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Bras d'Or Lake

 (brä′ dôr′)
An arm of the Atlantic Ocean indenting deeply into Cape Breton Island in southeast Canada.
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The grandchildren invited us to McKenzie's beautiful log house on the shore of Bras d'Or Lake. We were introduced to Mr.
The boundary between the Bras d'Or and Mira terranes of Barr and Raeside (1989) is placed in Bras d'Or Lake between North Mountain and Sporting Mountain (Fig.
The story leapfrogs to Nova Scotia to visit Bras d'Or Lake. Here the problem is the threat of under-population as the young of Cape Breton leave the province in search of work in the oilfields of Alberta.
I based myself at the town of Baddeck's Inverary Resort, on the shore of the Bras d'Or lake, which we ventured on prior to embarking on the trail.
(24) At the Mirligueche (Malagawatch) mission site, which was established on the southern shore of the Bras d'Or Lake in Cape Breton by the French in 1725, the Mi'kmaq combined their-customary rounds of hunting, fishing, and gathering with the cultivation of corn, which, according to the governor of Fortress Louisbourg, they did quite effectively.
While Nova Scotia would seem the perfect place to work as a marine biologist, most of Paul's work actually takes place inland, researching species found in Bras d'Or Lake, a unique salt water lake located in the heart of Cape Breton Island.
Those looking for more majestic transport might consider chartering the Elsie - the sailing boat built for Alexander Graham Bell, which is moored on the Bras d'Or lake on Cape Breton island.
Early experiments with the native oyster in the Bras D'Or lake were biological successes, but were not commercial successes.
Arriving at the picturesque village of Baddeck, at the edge of the stunning Bras d'Or Lakes, we boarded Amoeba, a traditional schooner.
Special events such as Harvest Home complement the program of activities offered on this site, which is situated on 10 hectares of land overlooking Baddeck Bay on the Bras d'Or Lakes. The site is visited by approximately 73,000 people each year.
His home away from home was the village of Marble Mountain on the Bras d'or Lakes in Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, the birthplace of his mother.