Author Chad Pelley
Rigolet residents have said they’re accustomed to eating as much as 95% of their food from the land. And we’ve just contaminated their centuries-old source of food.
This Grand Banks based business has already solved a handful of the world’s problems.
Jill is an underwater explorer, who actually wanted to be an astronaut, but settled for being an aqua-naut instead upon realizing Canada has no space program. What Canada does have is plenty of sea to dive in.
Hear some great new songs, in this post, or Sunday at The Ship
While accepting applications for speakers at this year’s biennial Inuit Studies Conference, its organizers were so overwhelmed by the volume and range of applicants, they created a pair of festivals, an art exhibition at The Rooms, and more, to run concurrently alongside the conference.
Newfoundland’s 5th local and independent brewery self-describes not as a microbrewery, but even smaller: a nanobrewery.
Aquaculture in Newfoundland has grown from a 50-million dollar industry in 2000, to a roughly $200-million industry today.
“Newfoundlanders, I have learned, never forget.” – Margaret Wente, surprised people got mad about her profiling entire provinces.
To make Newfoundland feel less foreign for new Canadians, Nature NL has partnered with the Association for New Canadians and Grand Concourse Trails on a pilot program that aims to acquaint newcomers with the Newfoundland environment.