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In August 2010, Their Honours visited the 42nd National Park in Canada, the Torngat Mountains National Park, about 200 kilometers north of Nain which continues to the tip of Labrador. This Inukshuk was constructed in 2009 by Inuit elders from Nunatsiavut in Newfoundland and Labrador and Nunavik in Quebec along a trading route used by the Inuit for hundreds of years. The site is Nakvak Brook, Saglek Bay. The Park is operated jointly by Parks Canada and the Inuit Nunatsiavut Government of northern Labrador.

Her Honour; Gary Baikie, Visitor Experience Manager of Torngat Mountains National Park; His Honour

Her Honour; Gary Baikie, Visitor Experience Manager of Torngat Mountains National Park; His Honour.

Bill Goulding, Aide-de-Camp; His Honour; Gary Cake, Private Secretary to the Lieutenant Governor; David Lough, Manager, Federal Tourism Partnerships, Canadian Heritage; Her Honour; Gary Baikie, Visitor Experience Manager

Bill Goulding, Aide-de-Camp; His Honour; Gary Cake, Private Secretary to the Lieutenant Governor; David Lough, Manager, Federal Tourism Partnerships, Canadian Heritage; Her Honour; Gary Baikie, Visitor Experience Manager.

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