Famous tourist attractions you can find in Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland and Labrador is the eastern province of Canada. It was the 12th province which is confederated to Canada. The Newfoundland is the mainland area on which most of the population resides. It has inland water reserves as well as huge coastal lines which will allow the tourists to find spots for fun and adventure. On the other hand, the Labrador is the area which is mostly inaccessible and therefore the tourists focus on Newfoundland only. Most of the attractions are on Newfoundland. There are some attractions which are in Labrador and these are not renowned. The fishing is the most famous tourist attraction. Newfoundland and Labrador have some of the largest fishing banks of the world. These fishing banks are always occupied by the tourists. Read the rest of this entry »

Prime Minister Trudeau will Render Apology to Student Survivors of Newfoundland Residential Schools

Some form of relief is going to come to the survivors of Newfoundland residential schools later this year. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is set to apologize to the former students of Newfoundland and Labrador residential schools sometime in September. He will be traveling to Labrador for the apology though the exact dates are yet to be released. Read the rest of this entry »

The Race for St. John’s Mayoral Seat gets More Competitive with Entry of New Candidates

The competition for St. John’s mayor seat is getting hotter with Andy Wells already announcing that he is running the win back his seat. He has already acted as the mayor in 1997 for the first time then again got the seat in 2001 and 2005. There is also Danny Breen, councilor for Ward 1 who made his intentions clear about running for Mayor. Recently Renee Sharpe also announced that she will be in the list of candidates for the post of Mayor. Read the rest of this entry »