May I recommend a one-time trip. Anyway, a trip of a lifetime and never to be repeated again by us was a trans-Labrador trip. My wife and I entered Quebec through New Brunswick from Nova Scotia. We drove down (East) the St. lawrence river to Baie Comeau then North into labrador and then East (past Labrador City)across to the Atlantic(Goose Bay), By ferry down the coast and then South by road then again by ferry to Newfoundland and then another ferry to return to Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. I think on the trip we used 7 ferry rides. Well I wouldn't recommend the trip again in a Westy. The dust from the middle 1500 kilometers of gravel road was absolutely into everything. The best way to see labrador is by car or pickup and staying at the one hotel you will find every 500 km.. If you can handle the middle 1500 km. of a 4000 kilo trip then the wilderness and stark beauty will leave you breathless. I have traveled all over North and Central America and was never more impressed than what I saw there. If only they would pave that darn gravel part I would go back in a split second. The fishing and hunting is the worlds best and the people of Nfld./Lab. are the friendliest in the world. The people in Eastern Quebec tend to be less so I'm afraid and I'll leave it at that.I even tried to speak French to them. On the map it may look small but don't let that fool you, it's a huge unexplored unspoiled wilderness. P.S.: The mosquitos carry tiny wire cutters. ;-)We went in July and hit 90 degree weather.