The story of a special place between three world. From the time of the Laurentide Glacier to the present, this unique ecosystem has the highest biodiversity on the northeast coast of Canada and the United States. The 28 foot tides and bahymetry of the area produce an abundance of food for many invertebrates, fish, marine birds, and mammals, including whales like the endanged North Atlantic Right Whale and other listed species. Learn about its traditional sustainable resource-based industries, its people, and the industrial development that threaten this unique place today. Purchase a printed copy right here on issuu. Just click the little printer bottom left.