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History of Canada
Viking colonists of Iceland and Greenland were the first Europeans known to have reached North America. They began to visit the northeast coast of Canada about AD 985, when they settled Greenland. Leif Ericson of Greenland sailed west about AD 1000 to a place he called Vinland and built a settlement there. This may have been L’Anse aux Meadows, a place on the island of Newfoundland and Labrador where remains of a Viking village were found in the 1960s. But the colony did not last long.
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