Newfoundland & Labrador Real Estate

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About Newfoundland & Labrador
Newfoundland and Labrador, the most easterly province of Canada, is known for its diverse dialects of the English language. These unique dialects have even spawned their own dictionary and are a source of study to this day. With a rich history as an independent country, up until 1949, this province attracts people from all walks of life.

Most of this province’s population resides on the island of Newfoundland and within its capital, St. John’s. The city of St. John’s, being the oldest city in Canada means that it has been involved in multiple historic events. The oldest buildings in Canada also find their home in St. John’s. These buildings are all unique to Canada and serve as popular tourist attractions.

Newfoundland and Labrador is a province draped in historical brilliance. So whether you are making the climb to Signal Hill, enjoying live music in St. John’s or visiting the only authenticated Viking settlement site in North America, you can be sure there is something for everyone to enjoy.

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Fun Facts
  • Newfoundland was the last province to join the Canadian Confederation on March 31, 1949.
  • The island of Newfoundland has its own unique time zone, 30 minutes ahead of Atlantic Standard Time.
  • During the 12 days of Christmas, the people of Newfoundland and Labrador participate in mummering, where they visit each other’s homes in groups while disguised.
  • Famous Canadian comedian Rick Mercer, well known for his political satire, was born in St. John's Newfoundland.
  • St. John's may be the oldest English-founded city in North America, having been founded in 1497.
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The Buyer's Journey

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