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You can't get there from here? Quebec to Newfoundland from the east

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We live in the southeastern USA and want to do a summer long driving trip (with our large dog) to Newfoundland next summer. Because the ferry crossing from Nova Scotia is very long (and would be uncomfortable for our dog), we want to cross from Blanc Sablon, Quebec across to St Barbe, Newfoundland..
We were thinking of stopping in Quebec City, then on to Sept Iles, to Havre St Pierre and then?
When I do a driving directions search, it either wants to route me back down and through Nova Scotia (to cross to Port aux Basques) or take me through Labrador (Goose Bay, Cartwright, to Blanc Sablon).
Is there a road along the Gulf of St Lawrence to drive from Havre St Pierre to Blanc Sablon?

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