Our 2 Astrolabes, dated from the early 1600's were discovered near Channel-Port aux Basques. They are both in mint condition and in working order. A very rare and valuable find for Newfoundland and all of Canada.
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About our 2 Astrolabes
Explore our connection with age-old astronomical instruments used by navigators. Two astrolabes are featured in Channel-Port aux Basques, dating from the 1600's.


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Town of Channel-Port aux Basques
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Fire Department - Channel-Port aux Basques

The Town’s Fire Department is comprised of a dedicated group of volunteers. If you have inquiries for our Fire Department or want to become a volunteer, contact the following:

Jerry Musseau, Fire Chief
Tel: (709) 695-7194
Email: jmusseau@nf.sympatico.ca

Todd Strickland, Assistant Fire Chief
Tel: (709) 695-2468
Email: toddandsherrystrickland@hotmail.ca

Fire Hall (Non-Emergency): (709) 695-7418

Firefighters: Mark Andrews • Robert Battiste • Dave Clarke • John Collier • Geoff Cook • Greg Cook • Eric Davis • Glenn Devereaux • Dean Dicks • Steve Drover • Wade Francis • Colton Gallant • Gerald Ingram • James Ingram • Josh Ingram • Steve Ingram • Eric King • Brad Leamon • Colin Leamon • Earl Leriche • Jason Lillington • Perry Lomond • Graham MacDonald • Steve Manstan • Colin Matthews • Gary Meade • Jerry Musseau • Jonathan Neil • Chris OBrien • Edgar Reid • Jamie Scott • Alvin Sheaves • Spencer Short • Cory Skinner • Gary Sparks • Stephen Strickland • Todd Strickland

IN CASE OF FIRE OR EMERGENCY CALL: (709) 695-2323

Canada's Ferry Gateway
to Newfoundland
The gulf crossing between North Sydney and Channel-Port aux Basques is always a memorable lifetime experience. The ferries are among the largest ice breaking ferries in the world. They look like cruise ships and they can each take 1200 passengers and 350 cars. Book early to ensure availability.

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