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Cape Breton has a proud Scottish heritage that finds expression in lively performing arts and a commitment to maintaining traditional crafts. In addition, there are several important educational and cultural institutions: the University College of Cape Breton in Sydney, the Miners' Memorial Museum in Glace Bay, the Alexander Graham Bell Museum in BADDECK and Fortress Louisbourg (a magnificent reconstruction of the 18th-century site). CAPE BRETON HIGHLANDS NATIONAL PARK preserves the rugged beauty of the island's northern cape, around which curves the scenic Cabot Trail.
Population 109,310 Places to visit
Area 2,470.61 sq km Cape Breton Island
Average High Temperature 12.4°C
Average Low Temperature -2.3°C
Area Code 902
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Today the island is recovering somewhat. New coal seams are being exploited and the industry has rebounded somewhat from its post-WWII collapse. Smaller industries have taken root to some extent, and the rebirth of the fishery and an expanding pulp and paper industry has combined with the oil refineries and the promise of offshore petroleum resources in pointing to a better future. Despite continuing high unemployment (15.1% in July 1987), investment in Cape Breton doubled between 1980 and 1986 (to more than $95 million).
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