Tourism

Come Home 2022 has been a huge success for the province of Newfoundland & Labrador, but the real winners are those who have had the privilege of touring this beauty of a province and meeting  the incredible folks who dedicate themselves to delighting others. 
One visit to any area of

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Mark Bowering, co-owner at Walsh’s Farm, won’t be singing the blues this berry season as the crew enjoy the fruits of their labour and celebrate a blueberry bumper crop
Mark Bowering just might have the most perfect working conditions possible and as we stand in his Walsh’s Farm ‘office’  –

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Those involved in the tourism industry in NL are almost too good to be true. Generous individuals who are both visionaries  and traditionalists all rolled into one
This summer The Herald has had the pleasure of meeting some incredible individuals who do some amazing things as they welcome come from

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Those dedicated to the tourism industry in NL tirelessly showcase the best this province has to offer, and all are worthy of one enthusiastic standing ovation
The Newfoundland Herald has hit the road this summer and we’ve visited some incredible locations. From Salvage, Tickle Cove and Keels to Steady Brook,

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Newfoundland & Labrador is jam-packed with some incredible people filled with light and love. Folks who are following their passion while sharing their light with others along their journey
I knew we were onto something that very first adventure of 2022. Meeting Courtney and Terrence of Grates Cove Studios and

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For the last 60 years Marble Mountain in Corner Brook has been a much desired winter destination, but for summer 2022, it’s become an all season destination delight
Dustin Parsons, Sales & Marketing Manager at Marble Mountain, could gush for days about the fabulous summer they’ve had so far and

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If you know the song Aunt Martha’s Sheep by Dick Nolan and Ellis Coles then you are familiar with the words “Come gather all around me and I’ll sing to you a tale, about the boys in Carmanville who almost went to jail…” 
For those unfamiliar, those young fellas tried

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From the view, to the artwork, and the comfort and cozy interior, The Cove is a get away you won’t want to get away from
As an artist, Michelle Rowe knows beauty when she sees it, generously sharing that beauty with others at The Cove B&B and in her art studio

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*Originally published in our July 3-9, 2022 issue
From B.C. fires and Alberta floods to tornadoes in Ontario and ol’ blow hard hurricanes like Larry ‘round here, Canada has had it’s share of problematic weather. 
Residential schools, the freedom convoy, gas prices, and the fact that our Prime Minister has

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From adventures with sea glass and a sail on the sea, to fine ol’ scoffs and a few scuff worthy jigs, a jaunt ‘round Trinity Bay is good for the soul
Route 66 Diner & pub
Pauline Yetman can bring the energy level up multiple notches with just a smile. Her

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