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The feedback loop between cars and housing

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MP: I’m thinking we can introduce the new editor at The Independent by having a conversation about homes of the future. What do you think, Drew? DB: I think that’s a marvelous idea! It’s always good to go back to basics when rolling out something new, and it doesn’t get any more basic than the roof over your head. MP: I guess to get this conversation rolling, I’ll admit to an obsession with home. I mean, I studied home for my PhD. Historic home, future home, Métis home, Newfoundland and Labrador home, all of it. But most of all for this conversation I’m interested in the Post-Oil Home. Most of our homes are addicted to oil or dysfunctional energy regimes in one way or another. THE SOUND OF POST-OIL Jerry Dick, Executive Director of Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador, talks about how people in the province used to create…

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Fonder for the absence

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Sometimes being away from a place reshapes how we remember it

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Making ends meet

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Returning home sparks reflections on the complex lifestyles many of us pursue in this province, and questions about why we do it

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Leaving it behind

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Leaving home is about looking ahead, not worrying about what you leave behind

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Setting intentions for Spring and beyond

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Small changes in our everyday lives make a big difference in the course of a year

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‘Bricks and stones’, or ‘Love alone’?

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What makes a place – a house, a city, a country – truly a home?

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Confronting familiarity in unfamiliar places

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On the pros and cons and complexities of the ex-pat community

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New year and a new you?

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A time of hopes, dreams, doubts and regrets

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Us vs. them

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Our understanding of similarity and difference can change over time

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Home again, home again

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A Newfoundlander reflects upon the culture shock she felt when she returned home

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