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INTRODUCTION TO REDAS - Redas refers to the Regional Economic Development And Schools. It is designed to link schools and community with economic development on Bell Island. The focus of our project is to research Bell Island's role in WWII and publish our version of the events that occurred on our web site. The goal of our project is to attract tourists to some of the beautiful historic sites and scenery on Bell Island.
Welcome to the St. Michael's High website! On this site you will find many good resources, projects, links, and of course, a great amount about the school, faculty, curriculum, events and such. There is also a feedback page where you can send us an email, sign the guestbook, or take a poll. Enjoy.
Remembering 1942:
Lance Cove Bell Island

An account of the torpedoing of the ore carriers Hasegana by U-boat 513 in the waters off Lance Cove, Sept. 5, 1942, and the similar dispatching of the PLM 27 and the S.S. Rose Castle by U-518 in the same location the following November 2nd.
By Stahn Loden

Compiled by Stahn Loden this website recounts the early settlement of Lance Cove. Lots of pictures and information. "This little paper was originally put together around thirty five years ago from copious notes from various sources such as old periodicals and newspapers, microfilm, church registers, cemetery headstone inscriptions, etc..." Original Bell Island tourism web site. For more information on the evolution and status of this page check out About This Site
Bell Island Web Mail Another Bell Island related web based mail service. This service was set up by Timothy .

Newfoundland Related

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Great information plus free web based email.

Here you will find a wide array of Newfoundland Products, including Newfoundland books, music, videos, pictures and so much more.

Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism

Official Newfoundland and Labrador Tourist Site.
Our province of Newfoundland and Labrador is huge, with much to see and do. This information source is put together to help you plan your visit. It is divided into the five geographic regions of the province: Labrador, Western, Central, Eastern and Avalon.
This is a Virtual Reality site, that consists of NF and Bell Island. Visitors can walk the rocky shores and climb over the mountains or just sit beside the ocean. Bell Island is there with the #6 mine and the shipwrecks.

Newfoundlaners Abroad. It allows people to track down fellow Newfoundlaners according to either their name, school they attended or their home town, and best of all it is free.
NEWFIE SEARCH Home of "The registry of Emigrated Newfoundlanders - A record of the
out-migration of our Newfoundland people from their Nfld. roots to destinations all over the world. Get your family listed
The Evening Telegram Online

Keep up with the latest happenings in the Province. It contains local, national and international news, sports and business. It also includes a classified section, recent births and deaths, and links to other Newfoundland websites.

CBC News From St. John's, NF

Keep up to date on the latest developments in the Province. If you have RealPlayer you can listen to the latest news broadcasts.
The Downhomer Magazine

A little piece of Newfoundland for Newfoundlanders anywhere. A must for any expatriated A comprehensive and informative tourism site for Newfoundland and Labrador. Here you can find links to many Newfoundland communities as well as information on festivals and events.
East Waters Eastwaters is the marine website of Newfoundland and Labrador. Explore life
on salt and freshwaters in Canada's easternmost province.