The Straits of Belle Isle are a Canadian waterway that divides the Labrador Peninsula from Newfoundland Island, the two parts of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. The Straits are one of two outlets of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence into the North Atlantic Ocean, the other being Cabot Strait south of Newfoundland.

The idea of building a fixed link across the strait between Labrador and Newfoundland has been raised. If such a link were built, it would be at least 17 km long; the Confederation Bridge linking Prince Edward Island with New Brunswick is 12.9 km long. [1]