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In its fifth year of local forecasting and story sharing, Doyle’s 2020 Almanac of Newfoundland and Labrador hits shelves just in time for winter. Brrrrring it on! 
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Newfoundlanders and Labradorians and their love of weather was part of the motivation behind the launch of Doyle’s Almanac five years ago.

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Teacher, author and adventurer, Bauline native Justin Barbour talks navigating NL’s ruggedness with his loving canine companion, Saku the Cape Shore water dog
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What do you need when you venture out into the rugged wilderness of Newfoundland and Labrador? Good footwear, surely. Provisions to keep ya’ from starvin’ sure!

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Award-winning author Michael Crummey tackles isolation and the ruggedness of our island in his Giller Prize short-listed new work, ‘The Innocents’
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Hot on the heels of a Giller Prize short-listing for his gripping and emotional new novel The Innocents, acclaimed local author Michael Crummey dives into Newfoundland’s beauty and

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A colourful cast of characters are the subject of the latest work by award-winning author Patrick Warner
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St. John’s based author and E.J Pratt Poetry Prize winner Patrick Warner is back with his third novel, My Camino, that explores the misadventures of three artists that takes them from New

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By: Nick Travis
May Furlong was a veterans’ activist, a business owner and one of Newfoundland’s most influential women of her day. Despite all this, her name was largely forgotten
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Just in time for Memorial Day, The Herald caught up with author Susan Chalker Browne to discuss her new

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