Labrador Morning | Jul 22, 2013 | 5:30

A cruise ship visits Red Bay

Red Bay, Labrador recently hosted its first large tour group since becoming a UNESCO World Heritage site. A cruise ship of nearly 1,300 people visited the village of less than 200, and the community is hoping to draw even more tourism.

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