Confederation Bridge, Canada
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The Confederation Bridge is a bridge spanning the Abegweit Passage of Northumberland Strait, linking Prince Edward Island with mainland New Brunswick, Canada. It was commonly referred to as the "Fixed Link" by residents of Prince Edward Island prior to its official naming. Construction took place from the fall of 1993 to the spring of 1997, costing $1.3 billion. The 12 (...)
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"Learn about the clash between seal hunters and animal rights activists as the seals gather in the waters above Prince Edward Island to give birth to their pups."
"Prince Edward Island National Park covers much of the central north coast and includes "Green Gables" and other sites related to the Anne of Green Gables books and their author, Lucy Maud Montgomery."
"From Prince Edward Island, cross the Confederation Bridge and continue to the 15/16 traffic circle."
"Following the completion of the structure on November 19 , 1996 ,SCI worked throughout the winter to prepare the bridge for use, paving the bridge deck, placing protective walls which act as wind barriers, placing bridge deck and navigational lighting, constructing the Borden-Carleton toll plaza, and finishing the New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island approach roads."
"On August 1 , 1914 the NB&PEIR was merged into the Canadian Government Railways system and the line was extended further east into a new port facility built for the railcar and passenger ferry SS Prince Edward Island ,which began service between Cape Tormentine and Port Borden , Prince Edward Island in 1917."
"The most prominent building in the province with this name is the Confederation Centre of the Arts ,presented as a gift to Prince Edward Islanders by the 10 provincial governments and the Federal Government upon the centenary of the Charlottetown Conference, where it stands in Charlottetown as a national monument to the "Fathers of Confederation."."
"The new ferry, to be operated by Canadian Government Railways (later merged into the Canadian National Railways system), was to operate from a new year-round port to be built at Carleton Point, several kilometres west of Cape Traverse; the harbour at Cape Traverse having been deemed unsuitable for a deep draught vessel due to siltation and the need for continuous dredging ,despite being the most direct point on Prince Edward Island opposite Cape Tormentine."
"XX_PARAGRAPHBREAK_XX Weather permitting, from May through December, Northumberland Ferries operates between Caribou, Nova Scotia, and Wood Islands, Prince Edward Island, making the trip once a day."
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