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L'Anse au Clair
Population: 235
Services:
Yes ATM
Yes Cell phone service
Yes Highspeed Internet
Yes Post office
Yes Road access
Shopping:
Yes Convenience items
Yes Food service
Yes Gasoline
Yes Groceries
Travel by road to other towns...
Forteau10 km(6 mi)
L'Anse au Loup25 km(15 mi)
West St. Modeste39 km(23 mi)
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L'Anse au Clair, Labrador (larger version)
The town of L'Anse au Clair was established by French settlers in the early 1700's. L'Anse au Clair, a french phrase meaning Clear Water Cove, is the southern-most community in Labrador and borders the Quebec community of Blanc Sablon. Settlers from Newfoundland and the south coast of England colonized L'Anse au Clair shortly after a border dispute in 1825.

This community has one of the nicest sandy beaches in the area and a walking trail that brings you to the Jersey Rooms, a site with foundations of buildings and stone walkways that were part of an 18th century fishing enterprise. Other walking trails in the community and along the shoreline will take you to Doctor's Path, Bubbling Sands, and Aunt Mary Jane's Playhouse.
 
More Community Services...
For Children and Youth:
- Community Youth Centre
- Labrador Straits Family Resource Centre
Public Services:
- Community Access Program Site (Public Internet Access)
Recreation Facilities:
- L'Anse au Clair Community Center Gym
- L'Anse au Clair Swimming Pool
- Outdoor Playground
- Outdoor Skating Rink
- Outdoor Softball/Baseball Field
Religious Institutions:
- St. Andrews Anglican Church
More Shopping:
- Accommodations
- Automotive Sales
- Automotive service
- Building materials, tools and hardware
- Clothing: general
- Clothing: winter outerwear
- Crafts and gifts
- Furniture and appliances
- Hairdresser/barber
- Tanning salon
 
 

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