A report on Bras d'Or Lake

Bras d'Or Lake
Sunset over Bras d'Or Lake in Irish Cove, Nova Scotia, in September 2015
West Bay in early summer
Ocean-going ships enter and exit the Bras d'Or Lake system via Great Bras d'Or, spanned by the Seal Island Bridge
Passenger steamer on Bras d'Or Lake near New Campbellton, ca 1903.
The East Bay Regatta, held the last weekend in July since 1984, features races and other social events. As many as 40 boats participate.

Irregular estuary in the centre of Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia, Canada.

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The view of Aspy Bay's North, Middle & South Harbours, the Aspy Fault and the Cape Breton Highlands from the South Lookoff of the Wilkie Sugar Loaf trail.

Cape Breton Highlands

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The Cape Breton Highlands (Plateau du Cap-Breton, Àrd-thalamh Cheap Bhreatainn), commonly called the Highlands, refer to a highland or mountainous plateau across the northern part of Cape Breton Island in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.

The Cape Breton Highlands (Plateau du Cap-Breton, Àrd-thalamh Cheap Bhreatainn), commonly called the Highlands, refer to a highland or mountainous plateau across the northern part of Cape Breton Island in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.

The view of Aspy Bay's North, Middle & South Harbours, the Aspy Fault and the Cape Breton Highlands from the South Lookoff of the Wilkie Sugar Loaf trail.

The Highlands are surrounded by water with the Atlantic Ocean on the east, the Cabot Strait to the north and east, the Gulf of St. Lawrence on the north and west, and Bras d'Or Lake to the south.

Boularderie Island

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Boularderie Island (pronounced "bull-awn-dree") is an island separating the Cabot Strait from Bras d'Or Lake on the eastern coast of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Boats in the Baddeck Harbour

Bras d'Or Yacht Club

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Yacht club in Baddeck, Nova Scotia.

Yacht club in Baddeck, Nova Scotia.

Boats in the Baddeck Harbour

It is located on its namesake body of water, the Bras d'Or Lakes.

Cape Breton Regional Municipality

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Canadian province of Nova Scotia's second largest municipality and the economic heart of Cape Breton Island.

Canadian province of Nova Scotia's second largest municipality and the economic heart of Cape Breton Island.

Mi'kmaq camp in Sydney, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia photographed by Paul-Émile Miot in 1857.
Reserve Colliery 1900
Aerial view of Sydney Harbour
CBRM Council Chambers in City Hall, Sydney, Nova Scotia
Cape Breton Regional Municipality welcome sign
NASA landsat photo of Cape Breton Island
J.A. McCurdy Airport
Marine Atlantic ferry Blue Puttees
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Great Hall of Cape Breton University
Rita MacNeil performing at the National Arts Centre in 2009
Centre 200, Sydney, Nova Scotia

Nearby attractions such as the Cape Breton Highlands, Bras d'Or Lake and Fortress of Louisbourg have made Cape Breton Island a tourism destination for many years.

St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Whycocomagh, Nova Scotia

Whycocomagh, Nova Scotia

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Unincorporated area on the eastern edge of the Municipality of the County of Inverness, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Unincorporated area on the eastern edge of the Municipality of the County of Inverness, Nova Scotia, Canada.

St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Whycocomagh, Nova Scotia

It is located where the Skye River flows into St. Patrick's Channel, an arm of Bras d'Or Lake in the central part of Cape Breton Island, next to the Whycocomagh 2 reserve.