Newfoundland and Labrador
"When Vikings from Greenland wintered in Newfoundland about the year 1000, they called it Vinland (Wineland) the Good. Although the site of the first known European settlement on the North American mainland was at Labrador, Canada's easternmost province was the last to join the dominion. In 1949 the coast of Labrador and the adjacent island of Newfoundland became the tenth Canadian province. Initially named Newfoundland, the provincial name was officially changed in 2001 to Newfoundland and Labrador. The provincial capital is St. John's, which is located on Newfoundland island."