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Newfoundland

Who knit you?

In 2015 my husband, Roger, and I visited Newfoundland; we rented a vehicle and hit the road.The breathtaking western shore drive took us through Gros Morne National Park and along the coast to L’Anse aux Meadows.A knitter for...

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A Mentor for Yukon Young Writers

Born in England, but transplanted to Newfoundland when she was very young, Kathleen Winter credits libraries with kick starting her interest in writing.“We moved around a bit and in one village the only library was ‘the...

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Fitting in is a fickle thing

My roots are in the east – specifically, a small coastal town in Newfoundland. My roots as an advocate are there too, buried amongst many memories of feeling like an outsider.I was “different.” A lot of those feelings came from...

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Folk Art in the Forest

From the northwest to the farthest eastern point, I have seen Canada.Last month, Roger and I travelled to Newfoundland. We left our cozy forest home and set off for St. John’s on July 14.On the northernmost tip of the province’s...

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The Continuation of an Era

We decided to go back to where it all began.The first jam night that Peggy Hanifan ever hosted was at the Kopper King and that is where we found ourselves on none other than a good old “Thirsty Thursday”.Barry “Jack” Jenkins...

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