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Upcoming Newfoundland Historical Society Panel

Check out this event featuring ELRC Management Committee member Jeff Webb! Hampton Hall, Marine Institute on Thursday October 29, 2015 at 8PM “Lives Lived: Person and Place in Newfoundland Biographical Writing.” A Panel in partnership with the Dictionary of Canadian … Continue reading

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New issue of Regional Language Studies (No. 25)

Regional Language Studies…Newfoundland was established by William J. Kirwin in 1968. This issue marks the 25th number of RLS and the English Language Research Centre wanted to do something special to celebrate. Though over the years RLS has featured a … Continue reading

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Spring has (almost) sprung: Spring themes in the DNE

On a more cheerful note:                                                                                                                 Spring has sprung, The grass is riz, I wonder where the birdies is!                                                       “Spring in The Bronx” Anon.

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Check out some photographs from the DNE’s anniversary celebrations!

We were fortunate to have a couple of photographers in the audience. Thanks to Philip Hiscock, Don Tarrant, and George Klima for capturing some great moments during the celebrations. If you happened to be there and took some pictures, send … Continue reading

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Foxy Toms and Hairy Palmers: Gardening in the DNE (Part 3)

The votes are in on this magnificent summer. Everywhere you go, people are adamant that this summer has thus far been 100% better than last summer. The sun has been splittin’ the rocks as each week rolls by, every day … Continue reading

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A weed by any other name: Gardening in the DNE (Part 2)

By now, many of you have your garden plots and flower beds prepared and probably have lots of plants in the ground. Perhaps you’ve already started to notice shovings, or potato sprouts, in the garden. With all the recent beautiful … Continue reading

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Gombeens and grongers: Card games in the DNE

While the calendar says it’s the spring of the year, the thermostats are still on, the sweaters have yet to be put away, and some nights it’s still too cold to venture outside. With the hectic pace of life, there … Continue reading

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