From kissing cod to the annual cod wars, there’s something fishy going on in Canada’s easternmost province.
Dress in a mummer’s disguise, get “screeched in” as an honorary Newfoundlander, and enjoy these unique local traditions and tasty delicacies.
Are Mummers Allowed in? The Newfoundland Holiday Tradition Where Disguised Visitors Drink, Dance, and Swing Your Granny
Though this odd holiday tradition is mostly folksy, mummering has had its dark moments. Horse skulls and sometimes murder are part of its history.
Seafood, sweets, and seaweed—what more can you ask for?
♫ “Welcome to the rock! If you come from away, You’ll probably understand about a half of what we say!” ♫
The rich history of Atlantic Canada may surprise you, with influences from across the globe that includes Vikings, Europeans, and settlers of African descent.
Newfoundland may not be atop many travelers’ lists (yet), but it ticks many of the boxes that are increasingly popular lately.
Syrian immigrants in Newfoundland are putting a new spin on Canadian flavors.
An inauspicious Earth Day event brings tourists to town.
Summer is the most popular time of year to go on a trip, but do you know where to spend your time off?