The oldest settled land in North America but the last province to join Canadian Confederation, Newfoundland and Labrador holds tight to its traditions and culture.
So tight, in fact, its individuality is prominent everywhere. And despite there no longer being much of a separatist movement in the province, the green, white, and pink of the Republic of Newfoundland flag is still displayed everywhere proudly.
The Torngat Mountains of Labrador, the giant icebergs flowing down annually from Iceberg Alley, the landlocked fjords of Gros Morne National Park and the colorful saltbox-houses crammed cliff-side at the Battery in St. John's...Newfoundland and Labrador is an amalgamation of personalities. Perhaps that's why they have their own dictionary.
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Atlantic Canada’s complex (and awesome) geography takes a bit of study to get your head around. There are four provinces—New Brunswick, Newfoundland & Labrador, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island—each with extraordinary landscapes, adventure options, and, as Taylor Burk and Hayley Gendron found out, some of the kindest people you’ll meet anywhere. Follow their routes to adventure across Atlantic Canada.