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New Brunswick, Grand Manan, Dark Harbour
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Dark Harbour is on the West side of Grand Manan Island. It has a breakwater that creates an inner pond. Salmon aquaculture cages are in the pond. It is possible to drive a truck across the shore of the pond at low tide. Dark Harbour is known for its dulse, an edible redish seaweed that grows attached to rocks.

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