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Genevieve Brouillette has 29 articles published.

Seeds

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Spring is only on the horizon, and it’s never too early to start thinking about the little things that give life.

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When you fail to plan…

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Canada doesn’t have a national food plan. Should we?

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Label me, (big) bro!

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Why doesn’t our government require GMO labeling?

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On wasting and wanting

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Do you really need to throw that out?

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Let’s eat!

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The Independent’s new food issues columnist muses on the challenges – and rewards – of food in this province

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UPDATE: A maiden voyage of warming proportions

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The crew that set sail from Lewisporte in June has successfully become the first to navigate the M’Clure Strait in Canada’s Arctic by sailboat.

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A literary feast under the Table(lands)

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Writers at Woody Point literary festival showcases authors and musicians from Newfoundland and Canada in the heart of Gros Morne National Park. With files and photos from Justin Brake.

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A maiden voyage of warming proportions

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Three men set sail from Lewisporte on June 21 to attempt a previously unnavigable route through the Northwest Passage. If they become the first to complete the risky voyage, they will owe it all to climate change.

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