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Newfoundland & Labrador
Catching fish on the shore.
Looking for fish on our shore.
The name of our colony is Newfoundland & Labrador
We have rugged coastline, indented with many bays and inlets. Most people live along the coastline. We are completely surrounded by water. Most of our land is dense forest, swamps and rocks. Our total population is 122,000 and our major city has 30 475. Also we trade fish across sea with a country.
A problem that our colony faces is that, since we are weak and can't defend ourselves a country on the other side has been allowed to catch fish on our western shore and the supreme leader is worried about us and doesn't want to cause any problems.
The colony that my country is allied with is Quebec because they are our neighboring land which means easier for trade and also because they lend us lumber jacks for our dense forest to make furniture and charcoal and we split it.
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