The islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon off the southern coast of Newfoundland, Canada are actually part of France.  This became an important fact during the 1920s when both the United States and Canada declared prohibition making the creation and sale of alcohol illegal.  As French territory, these two islands had no such restrictions and were happy to sell their alcoholic wares to the thirsty nations to the West and South of them.
(picture by Marc A. Cormier)

The islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon off the southern coast of Newfoundland, Canada are actually part of France.  This became an important fact during the 1920s when both the United States and Canada declared prohibition making the creation and sale of alcohol illegal.  As French territory, these two islands had no such restrictions and were happy to sell their alcoholic wares to the thirsty nations to the West and South of them.

(picture by Marc A. Cormier)

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