Posts Tagged ‘Newfoundland’

People Flock to Newfoundland in Search of the Come From Away Kindness—and Find It

Janet Hayward didn’t show too much outward excitement Friday night as she walked toward a Gander, N.L., theatre to see the musical that inspired what she calls her “Newfoundland Quest” — but she did arrive a full hour early. The 54-year-old high school teacher from Indiana has spent the past three weeks driving all over […]

Eight in Hospital, Some Seriously Injured, After Newfoundland Refinery Explosion

ST. JOHN’S, N.L.—Eight people were sent to hospital Friday after an explosion at a refinery in Come By Chance, N.L., about 150 kilometres west of St. John’s, police said. RCMP said some were seriously injured in the blast and had to be airlifted to St. John’s, though Cpl. Jolene Garland could not confirm how many. […]

New Study Provides Precise Date for Viking Presence in Newfoundland

A new study has tackled a burning question which has preoccupied generations of archaeologists: When did the Vikings first “discover” the Americas? Their analysis was based on a selection of wooden artifacts discovered in what the first European colonists called Terra Nova , which literally means “Newfoundland”, an island located in Canada. Using pioneering methods, […]

Does Newfoundland Have the Oldest Intact Ancient Ships in the World?

In relatively shallow ocean waters on the north east coast of Newfoundland Island there are the remains of several ships with the most unusual characteristics. It has been determined that these ships may be the oldest intact ships in the world. We constantly hear of discoveries of the remains of ancient ships and, maybe, because […]

Does Newfoundland Island Have the Oldest Intact Ancient Ships in the World?

In relatively shallow ocean waters on the north east coast of Newfoundland Island there are the remains of several ships with the most unusual characteristics. It has been determined that these ships may be the oldest intact ships in the world. We constantly hear of discoveries of the remains of ancient ships and, maybe, because […]

Picture-Perfect Iceberg Dazzles on Newfoundland’s Bonavista Peninsula

Many iceberg watchers got 15,000-year-old ice for their drinks along with a good photo Crowds are flocking to the beaches of Upper Amherst Cove, on Newfoundland’s Bonavista Peninsula this week to get a look at a majestic-looking iceberg floating offshore. “It’s a huge chunk of ice 300 feet [91.4 metres] offshore, and it’s absolutely beautiful,” […]

Dead humpback whale found off Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland

     A dead whale floating in the waters off the Burin Peninsula is a humpback, scientists at the Department of Fisheries and Oceans confirmed Wednesday. Pictures of the carcass were posted to social media Tuesday and it’s believed the creature is near the community of Lamaline, which had another bloated whale carcass wash ashore in […]

Saudi generals warn their regime not to mess with Syria

     THE KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA, In the name of Allah, the Compassionate and the Merciful, (Illegible), MINISTRY OF DEFENSE, Chairmanship of the General Staff Number: Date: 6/5/1437 H Enclosures: SEAL: TOP SECRET Armed Forces Committee for Intelligence and Security, (Coded letters) Subject: Review of going to war in Syria His Highness, Heir Apparent, Deputy […]

Shame on this compulsive, pathological Jewish liar and all the others like him!

Joe Corry claims in a book that he was at a death camp that never existed                               According to this DailyMail UK report, Canadian WWII Jewish vet Joe Corry claims:  ”He had assassinated a Nazi scientist with a crossbow, watched D-Day […]

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