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Newfoundland & Labrador

newfoundland and labrador's flagCanada's 10th Province Since 1949

Newfoundland is a one of Canada's island provinces, although it does include mainland Labrador too. It's rugged and extreme landscape make Newfoundland a beautiful place to hike, climb and explore, remeniscent of the celtic lands of its original settlers. If you're searching for Newfoundland and Labrador colouring pages for kids and adults alike then you have found the right place! If you want to know more about Newfoundland also see the photos and video pages.

Choose a Free Newfoundland and Labrador Printable Colouring (coloring) Page:

Ferryland Iceberg

Jellybean Row Houses

Newfoundland's Flag

Cabot Tower

Lobster Traps

Cape Spear

Red Bay Settlement

Fishing Wharf


Pitcher Plant (Provincial flower)


Leif Ericson Viking Ship

Colourful Lobster buoys

To make the printable stuff crisp and compatible, they are in Adobe Acrobat Format. If you need the Acrobat Reader, click on the gold icon below or ask for help.

See Newfoundland & Labrador Facts and Symbols

population statistics

Provincial Population - 531,600 (2002)
Population of St. John's - 177,200 (2002)
Males - 262,701 (2002)
Females - 268,701 (2002)
Ages 0-14 - 88,060 (2002)
Ages 15-64 - 379,148 (2002)
Ages 65+ - 64,387 (2002)

environmental statistics

Area km2 - 405,212
Land km2 - 373,872
Fresh Water km2 - 31,340
% of Canada - 4.1%
Forest Land km2 - 225,200
Highest Point - 1,652 m
Snow Fall St. John's - 322.1 cm / year
Largest Lake - Smallwood - 6,527 km2

Provincial Moto:

Seek ye first the Kingdom of God


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Flower: Pitcher Plant

newfoundland and labrador's flower colour this

Bird: Puffin

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Tree: Black Spruce

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Coat of Arms

newfoundland and labrador's coat of arms
See Newfoundland & Labrador Videos

Video of Cape Spear, Newfoundland - 1.5 Mb

Cape Spear, Newfoundland has two claims to fame. First off it is the most easterly point in all of North America. Secondly, the light house at this National Historic site is the oldest in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Video of Bell Island Iron Mine, Newfoundland - 2 M

Bell Island is a short drive and ferry ride from St. John's. The island boasts a great mining museum that lets visitors go deep underground to experience what life might have been like for the community's miners. This particular mine (#2) operated from 1902 to 1949.

Video of L'Anse aux meadows - Vikings, Newfoundland - 1.2 Mb

At the Norhtern tip of Newfoundland is the L'Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site. Here, over 1000 years ago Leif Eiriksson and his vikings built an outpost that is believed to be the first European settlement in North America.

Video of Whale Watching - St. Anthony, Newfoundland - 2.6 Mb

Humpback whales cruise Newfoundland's coast in the summer months feeding on the fish that inhabit the many coves. You can also see Minke and Fin whales along with dolphins and many types of birds.

Video of Signal Hill - St. John's, Newfoundland - 4.4 Mb

Signal Hill in St. John's is home to centuries old gun batteries that were built to protect the harbour. From the hill one can view the city and as far as Cape Spear, North America's eastern most point.

Video of Gros Morne - Newfoundland - 1.6 Mb

The Western Brook Pond in Gros Morne Park is what's left of an ancient fjord, boasting cliffs that are over 600 metres tall.