On February 21st, 1952 Bangladeshi people shed their blood to speak officially in their mother language . That day of the history is now celebrated as “International Mother Language Day”. Each year, the local […]
Mi’kmaq people feel like they are disconnecting from their culture because they haven’t been able to gather for cultural events.
The St. John’s Haunted Hike continues to capture the interest of hundreds. Its Halloween events are sold out in advance.
A name is not just a name. It represents culture and identity. When people purposely mispronounce someone’s name, it is a sign of disrespect.
Yung Dumb has released Italian DJ Samuele De Santis’s album Future Camp. The Newfoundland label is hoping to break into the European market.
A backhanded nickname, it has become a term of Newfoundland pride and culture.
Girl Guides in Newfoundland are celebrating Thinking Day and 100 years in the province, Girls from all over the city came together to share the Newfoundland culture in games, sing-alongs and mummering
“Like many traditions, the specifics of who could charm away warts varies from place to place.”
Young adults are professing their pride in Newfoundland one purchase at a time.