Victoria Day is a statutory holiday in Canada celebrated on the Monday preceding May 25, acknowledging Queen Victoria's birthday. May 24th in Newfoundland is also commonly referred to as "May 24th Weekend" or "May Two-Four", referencing a "two-four" ...Read More
To the delight of skiers and snowboarders, Marble Mountain ski resort in Newfoundland will be opening for the 2021 winter season!
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic uncertainty, business closures, and distancing rules, it was questioned whether or not w...Read More
A look at the iconic Newfoundland food item called a touton.Read More
Central Newfoundland is a diverse and exciting part of the province, known by some as ‘Adventure Central’. Here’s your guide for visiting Central Newfoundland!Read More
Newfoundland offers some of the best opportunities in the world for whale watching, with thousands of visitors flocking to the province each year to see these incredible creatures in action.Read More
4 Newfoundland experiences to get up close and personal with some of the most enchanting nature that this province has to offer.Read More
With its rugged cliffs and breathtaking coastline, Cape St Mary’s is one of the most well-known capes in the province of Newfoundland. Surrounded on three sides by the restless Atlantic, thousands of visitors flock to the cape each year to experience...Read More
Food trucks are gaining popularity around Newfoundland and Labrador. We want to try them all, but for now let's look at the St. John's food trucks we've tried and think you should too. Be careful, because reading any further is going to give you a se...Read More
Cabin, cottage, chalet, vacation home, summer home, whatever you call it, they're loved in Newfoundland!
The term "cabin" is what most Newfoundlanders will use, though cottage is quite common in other geographic areas. Either way, we're generally ...Read More
George Street is the epicenter of nightlife in all of Newfoundland and Labrador. Many St. John's residents of all (adult) ages enjoy a trip to George Street every now and again to enjoy the sights and sounds of "North America's biggest little street....Read More