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Dear people of Newfoundland and Labrador…

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“I’ve seen many blue and red governments come and go, taking turns at the reins, going around in the same cycles of boom and bust, hope and loss.”

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Neglecting ecotourism means neglecting rural NL

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If the provincial government is truly interested in rural diversification, it needs to stop ignoring an industry with huge potential

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Trails: The case for sharing

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The debate over whether to allow mountain bikes on parts of the East Coast Trail has been ongoing all summer. Maybe it’s time to shift our focus.

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Time to “cool off” in the East Coast Trail kerfuffle

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Some fresh thoughts on an unnecessarily overheated debate

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What do you see in me?

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When we travel, the image others have of who we are is so different that it can make us question our own image of ourselves.

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St. John’s: City of Hotels

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I’m all for development. And that means an end to these foolish downtown hotels.

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Trepassey to Hawke Hills (Day 4)

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The story of a camping trip through the Avalon Wilderness Reserve (in 7 parts)

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Work vs. Life

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Achieving balance is a struggle for many of us, but it’s a particularly acute challenge for teachers.

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A wholly hot month

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Living in a different culture is very different from just reading about it.

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Fitting in (or, the art of learning a new language) [PERU]

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Katherine shares some observations on her language-learning experiences in Peru

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Western Newfoundland – Wildly dramatic and exceptionally diverse

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Third in a three part summer series on some of the author’s favourite natural areas

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Third culture

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Born in one place and raised in another by parents from somewhere else. It’s difficult not to feel out of place in a city as multicultural as Dubai. But it makes you wonder: what would it be like to raise a child here?

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Angling for the local guy

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Tourists are flocking to fish our rivers, which is great. But there needs to be some (real) regulation to ensure the rights of locals are protected.

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Night of the Knives [NICARAGUA]

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Patrick reflects on an unpleasant experience in Nicaragua, and how facing our fears can help us to grow as individuals.

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Lima in five observations [PERU]

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Katherine shares five important observations that newcomers to Peru should be aware of.

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A few ‘Green Space’ summer suggestions

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A short list of some of my favourite protected areas to visit on the Avalon Peninsula.

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Ozan and the Postal Box [CYPRUS]

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Sometimes mailing a parcel can be harder than it seems

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The first step is often the hardest [Egypt]

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How a taxi driver in pre-revolutionary Egypt introduced a young man from Colliers to the wider world.

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The politics of butter [Travel]

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Travel involves constant encounters with similarity and difference

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Gatineau Park [Quebec]

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Lynn takes us for a weekend trip to Gatineau Park, Quebec

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