The lobster crates are stacked at wharf side, waiting for the season to begin to drop them in the water and bring home a catch
Fox Harbour is a time fishing village nestled off on its own route with Ship Harbour, branching off at Placentia. It’s much smaller in population
New Perlican is nestled in Trinity Bay and just filled with a splash of colour. The fishing sheds and rooms are proudly decorated in bright
Bay de Verde is a prominent fishing town in Newfoundland and Labrador. The view of the harbour showcases many fishing boats, wharf infrastructure and rebuilt
The fishery is the most important thing in Newfoundland and Labrador. And when we speak the word fish, we refer to cod. It has provided
The Town of Roddickton-Bide Arm is the self proclaimed “Moose Capital of the World” given the conditions surrounding the town are ideal habitat for moose.
The Coastal Trail offers views of a tuckamore forest, ocean views where one can view small fishing boats and whales en route to Phillip’s Garden.
Today a collection of colourful miniatures create the atmosphere of what life was like in Deep Cove on the Great Northern Peninsula in days gone
Fishing Point Municipal Park is a destination for all who visit or even live in St. Anthony. The winding road up the hill will remind
Nestled midway between Point Riche Lighthouse in Port au Choix and Flower’s Island Lighthouse, Flower’s Cove rests the New Ferolle Lighthouse, a station that began
St. Carols is picturesque. This tiny community of about 60 people neighbours the Town of St. Anthony and is a tourists dream for capturing images
A Parks Canada National Historic Site, Port au Choix is home to aboriginal cultures and heritage dating back almost 5,000 years. There is an expanse
Typically cod would be drying on flakes or neatly spread on flat rocks near the beach, but more and more often the cod fish can
I think it was Shakespeare’s Juliet in a soliloquy, who asked “What’s in a Name?” We’ll let me tell you… As you leave the paved
Pond Cove is a small fishing community on the Great Northern Peninsula just 5 KM north of Plum Point and surrounding the beautiful and serene
I’ve been to Anchor Cafe a couple of times this season and have continued to enjoy favourites like their seafood chowder, mussels a la Byron
Ben Ploughman of Port au Choix on the Great Northern is a self-taught folk artist that has made his mark on the industry. His unique
Quirpon was a prominent fishing community on the tip of the Great Northern Peninsula that has historic ties dating back to the 16th century migratory
On a recent visit to New Ferolle, Shoal Cove West & Reef’s Harbour it was clear that this region offers Heritage, Wildlife & Coast Scenery.
Lobster traps hit the water in St. John’s Bay and surrounding harbours and coves on the Great Northern Peninsula yesterday morning after significant ice delays.
As the sun sets on the horizon, one has a feeling that a little piece of heaven exists on Change Islands, NL, On Saturday, May
A beautiful view at Farewell waiting for the ferry to the cultural communities at Change Islands and Fogo Island. The fishing industry dominates the coastline
Today, Croque is a tiny settlement on the tip of the Great Northern Peninsula that still maintains strong connections and has a storied past as the
Most people will never experience the serene beauty of Grandois. It can be found at the end of almost 30 kilometres of gravel road on
The Town of Anchor Point on the Great Northern Peninsula is the oldest English settlement in the area settled circa 1740. It was settled due to
Community economic development should be at the heart of any small Town. The Great Northern Peninsula has numerous development associations (White Bay South, White Bay
The Bonne Bay Marine Station, a research arm of Memorial University is nestled in the quiet community of Norris Point aims to expand knowledge of
If you have make the trek up the Great Northern Peninsula and did not have the pleasure of visiting Goose Cove East than you are
Our rural communities will thrive with active participation of residents. We saw significant success on July 11, 2014 with the first ever promoted community kitchen
Tonight there will be a unique experience at my hometown community, which has a population of 187 residents. Let’s hope the wharf will be fill