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A Newfoundlander living in Quebec took a part of home as inspiration for her new Halloween-themed photoshoot.
As part of a new documentary, a team of archeologists has found some evidence of a second Viking settlement in Newfoundland.
Sheila’s Brush is a Newfoundland term for a storm on or about the 18th of March. Because Sheila’s storm comes just after St. Patrick’s Day, Sheila is often described as the saint’s wife or mother. You would think that this would be an Irish tradition as well, carried to the new world by immigrants, but it appears to be a local invention.