Outline of Saint Pierre and Miquelon

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The Territorial Collectivity of Saint Pierre and Miquelon (French: Collectivité territoriale de Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon) is an overseas collectivity of France located in the North Atlantic Ocean about 30 kilometres (19 mi) south of the Canadian Island of Newfoundland.[1] The collectivity comprises a group of small islands, the main ones being Saint Pierre and Miquelon.

The islands are part of France and the European Union but due to special immigration procedures, EU nationals who are not French citizens are not allowed to exercise free movement and business establishment in the archipelago.[2]

The archipelago is the only remnant of the former colonial territory of New France that remains under French control.

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Geography of Saint Pierre and Miquelon[edit]

Geography of Saint Pierre and Miquelon

The Saint Pierre and Miquelon archipelago adjacent to Newfoundland (Island), Cabot Strait, and Cape Breton Island

Environment of Saint Pierre and Miquelon[edit]

10 wind turbines provide power to the settlement of Miquelon, Miquelon-Langlade

Natural geographic features of Saint Pierre and Miquelon[edit]

Regions of Saint Pierre and Miquelon[edit]

Regions of Saint Pierre and Miquelon

Ecoregions of Saint Pierre and Miquelon[edit]

List of ecoregions in Saint Pierre and Miquelon

Demography of Saint Pierre and Miquelon[edit]

Demographics of Saint Pierre and Miquelon

Neighbours of Saint Pierre and Miquelon[edit]

Saint Pierre and Miquelon shares a maritime border with:

Government and politics of Saint Pierre and Miquelon[edit]

Politics of Saint Pierre and Miquelon

Branches of the government of Saint Pierre and Miquelon[edit]

Government of Saint Pierre and Miquelon

Executive branch of the government of Saint Pierre and Miquelon[edit]

Legislative branch of the government of Saint Pierre and Miquelon[edit]

Judicial branch of the government of Saint Pierre and Miquelon[edit]

Court system of Saint Pierre and Miquelon

Foreign relations of Saint Pierre and Miquelon[edit]

Foreign relations of Saint Pierre and Miquelon

International organization membership[edit]

The Territorial Collectivity of Saint Pierre and Miquelon is a member of:[1]

Law and order in Saint Pierre and Miquelon[edit]

Law of Saint Pierre and Miquelon

Military of Saint Pierre and Miquelon[edit]

Local government in Saint Pierre and Miquelon[edit]

Municipal governments in Saint Pierre and Miquelon

History of Saint Pierre and Miquelon[edit]

Culture of Saint Pierre and Miquelon[edit]

Culture of Saint Pierre and Miquelon

Art in Saint Pierre and Miquelon[edit]

Sport in Saint Pierre and Miquelon[edit]

Sport in Saint Pierre and Miquelon

Economy and infrastructure of Saint Pierre and Miquelon[edit]

Economy of Saint Pierre and Miquelon

Education in Saint Pierre and Miquelon[edit]

Education in Saint Pierre and Miquelon

See also[edit]

Saint Pierre and Miquelon

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Saint Pierre and Miquelon". The World Factbook. United States Central Intelligence Agency. July 7, 2009. Retrieved July 23, 2009. 
  2. ^ Frequently Asked Questions
  3. ^ See also French verb morphology for suffixes.
  4. ^ McGrath, P. (1903), "The Second St. Pierre", New England Magazine, 28 (3), pp. 285–298, retrieved 2010-06-19 
  5. ^ A photo of trou a la baleine is at A, Pascal. "Panoramio — Photo of trou a la baleine". Retrieved 2010-07-01. 

External links[edit]

Wikimedia Atlas of Saint Pierre and Miquelon

Community, culture and history
Tourism
Territorial issues