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With summer right around the corner, it’s the perfect time to hit the road (or fly, if you prefer) and head to the east coast. You can take in the majestic scenery, enjoy the relaxed pace, golf, and eat your face off.

You may have even signed up for Anderson Vacations’ Charms and Treasures of Newfoundland Tour, an 11-day excursion that includes stops in St. John’s, Trinity, Twillingate and nearly all of Gros Morne National Park. But if you did, you might be in for a surprise: In the Calgary-based travel company’s brochure, the aforementioned communities are not where they think they are. On a map that promoted the self-guided tour to the beautiful aforementioned locations, they erroneously showed them dotting the shores of Cape Breton Island.

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Company CEO Corey Marshall issued an apology for the Newfoundland-sized gaffe: “We apologize to our partners and friends across Newfoundland for the map error. Although our content management company, whom we contract to create the destination planner series, tries to use the best in technology mapping tools, in this case there was a major technical error.”

Anderson Vacations took to Twitter to further apologize to Newfoundlanders and Labradorians and express the company’s regret: