Three Rock Cove, Newfoundland and Labrador
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Three Rock Cove is a village located northwest of Stephenville, Newfoundland and Labrador. The population was 94 in 1940; 113 in 1951; 230 in 1956 and 145 in 2008.
The name of Three Rock Cove was originally known as Trois Cailloux, named for the three large rocks located just off of the shore. Due to erosion two rocks are reduced in size and the last has been reduced to a stub that can only be seen at low tide.
Due to a municipal oversight, there is no high-speed and cable in this community.
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