What province juts out into the Atlantic ocean from the mainland of Canada?
The Canadian province of Nova Scotia juts out into the Atlantic Ocean. It is located just north of the state Maine.
What is the southernmost province of the country that occupies approximately one sixth of the Iberian Peninsula?
The province of Québec, which is Canada's largest province by area, has Atlantic Ocean coastline. The province of Newfoundland and Labrador, however, is smaller in area but has more Atlantic coastline -- approximately 29,000 kilometers. Canada has the longest coastline of any country in the world. Her saltwater coastline is 243 797 km. Canada also has a freshwater coastline along the Great Lakes of 3800 km.
The only state that borders Canada and the Atlantic Ocean directly is New York. (because Long Island extends into the Atlantic Ocean proper) Maine and New Hampshire also border Canada and have an Atlantic coast, but the body of water that they border is the Gulf of Maine, an arm of the Atlantic Ocean.
Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia. =============================================================================== Look closely at your atlas and you will see that the Province of Québec is also on Canada's Atlantic coast. The Gulf of St Lawrence is part of the Atlantic Ocean.
The Canadian province of Nova Scotia is surrounded by the waters of the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of St Lawrence; except for where it borders the province of New Brunswick. The province of PEI is in the gulf of St Lawrence and the province of Newfoundland is in the North Atlantic. Maine, USA borders New Brunswick and not Nova Scotia, but is the way most Atlantic Canadians access the USA and the most eastern USA…