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"With scenery and landscapes so similar to the Emerald Isle, it is easy to see why so many compare Newfoundland and Labrador to Ireland. But it is the people of the province where the true connections lie. most-irish-place-outside-ireland-winterton-people
Beyond lilts, accents, and songs, there is a sense of comradery and pride akin to a place where people leave their doors unlocked and stop to have a chat. Real genuine people, friendly and welcoming, all the more powerfully felt because of the historical undercurrent of hardship and self-resilience."

Arts & Culture

The Arts

Galleries & Studios

Hancock Gallery St John's


Alan Doyle
Amber Music St John's
Fred's Records Online St John's
Reid Music Ltd
The Sharecroppers Pasadena

Performing Arts & Theatres

Centre for the Arts
The Garrick Theatre  Bonavista
Holy Heart Theatre St John's
Rising Tide Theatre
Spirit of Newfoundland St John's
Stephenville Theatre Festival Stephenville
Theatre Newfoundland Labrador Corner Brook
Woody Point Heritage Theatre Woody Point


Jenn Thornhill Verma

Artists & Artisans


Elizabeth Burry

Painting & Prints

Ben Gillard St John's
Christine Koch
Christopher Kovacs
Bruce Pilgrim
Ed Roche St John's
Adam Young

Pottery & Ceramics

Alexis Templeton St John's

Sculpture, Carvings & Woodwork

John MacCallum


History & Heritage

L'Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site
Ashbourne Longhouse Twillingate
Battle Harbour Historical Site Battle Harbour
Bleak House Fogo Island
Captain Blackmore's Heritage Manor Port Union
Captain James Cook National Historic Site Corner Brook
Colonial Building
Commissariat House
Hopedale Mission National Historic Site
Newfoundland & Labrador Heritage Website
Port au Choix National Historic Site
Prime Berth Twillingate Fishery & Heritage Centre Twillingate
Railway Society of Newfoundland Historic Train Site Corner Brook
Red Bay National Historic Site
Ryan Premises National Historic Site of Canada Bonavista
Signal Hill National Historic Site of Canada
Sunny Cottage Heritage Centre Harbour Breton


Multicultural Centres

Cornerbrook Arts & Cultural Centre
Gander Arts & Culture Centre Gander
Labrador West Arts & Culture Centre


Bell Island's Mine Museum & Underground Tour
Burnside Museum Burnside
Corner Brook Museum Corner Brook
Johnson GEO Centre 
Labrador Heritage Museum North West River
Labrador Straits Museum
North Atlantic Aviation Museum
Railway Coastal Museum
Regional Museums
The Rooms
Twillingate Museum & Craft Shop Twillingate
Wooden Boat Museum


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Salmon Enhancement Project Hawkes Bay
Tangled Tale

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Traditional Newfoundland Jiggs Dinner: This Boiled Vegetable Meal Is Enjoyed by Locals and Tourists

Newfoundland Jiggs Dinner

Jiggs dinner is a traditional Newfoundland meal of salted meat, vegetables and a pudding made from yellow split peas. All of the ingredients are cooked in boiling water.

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Nunatsiavut - "Our beautiful land"

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Photo: Adventures & Mysteries of the Labrador Inuit

A rich and bountiful region, full of history and stories to be shared. The lands, sky, waters and oceans of
Nunatsiavut have sustained the Inuit of Labrador since pre-historic times. These are the elements that form the foundation from which we protect our cultural heritage and re-claim control over our economic and political destiny.
Nain, Postville, Makkovik, Hopedale and Rigolet each offers a new experience. These five communities form the backbone of Nunatsiavut where the Labrador Inuit culture thrives today.


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