Port de Grave Light Show
The scenic fishing community of Port de Grave, Conception Bay, Newfoundland was shining bright once again this year. The annual boat lighting tradition is a point of interest for many in the province, with about 30,000 visitors each year. There is a strong sense of pride in the Christmas light display and this year was no different. Dozens of boats decorated with bright lights of various colours, shapes and sizes making for a breathtaking view.
Photos by Danielle Hoddinott and Alex Chafe
A Lengthy Fish Wish List
Did Christmas come early for the four provincial governments in Atlantic Canada — specifically on October 19 of this year?
By now the dust has settled and the celebratory Liberal red confetti has been swept up from Justin Trudeau’s somewhat surprising majority government win and clean sweep in Atlantic Canada.
The fact all 32 Atlantic Canada members of Parliament are now sitting on the government side must be already causing the premiers in this neck of the woods to salivate a little. ...