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Why You Should Be Visiting Newfoundland, If Only For These Unique Accommodations

During World War Two, America didn't just have one neighbor to the north - it had two. Newfoundland was an independent dominion at the time resisting integration into the Confederation of Canada. In 1949 following financial struggles, it finally joined Canada and today it is Canada's youngest province. Today Newfoundland is an odd place in Canada, the people have their own accent and they are often very proud of their province and history.

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Why You Should Be Visiting Newfoundland, If Only For These Unique Accommodations

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