From the northern tip of Labrador to the southern tip of Nova Scotia, native peoples have sought out the natural resources of the land and sea from which to make a living. As glaciers retreated 10,000 years ago, people moved in from the south. Six thousand years later, Arctic-adapted people moved south into Labrador. Archaeological remains provide a glimpse of how these peoples adapted to the resources around them.
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