Largest City: St. John’s
Climate: Ranges from polar tundra in the north to humid continental in the south.
Major Industries: services, oil, mining, manufacturing, fishing
Why Newfoundland & Labrador: The mostly English-speaking province boasts a relatively high GDP, a comfortable quality of living, and one of Canada’s most unique and varied geographies. Music and art in Newfoundland & Labrador are influenced by English, Irish, French, and Scottish heritage, as well as strong ties to maritime culture and history.
Study Here: Schools are managed by the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. The primary- and secondary-school system includes 262 public schools and six private schools, with both French and English options (many students come specifically for English and French language programs, at all levels).
After high school, international students may choose to study at one of the two universities or 25 private career colleges. All international students in Newfoundland and Labrador are provided health insurance.
Fun Fact: Newfoundland and Labrador includes thousands of small islands and a multitude of marine-related industries, including a thriving aquaculture industry.
Learn More: http://www.ed.gov.nl.ca/edu/