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There are so many funny and amazing videos on the Internet, from singing dogs to daring rescues to workplace pranks. Here are some of Downhome’s favourites. We’ve chosen videos that are not offensive, so you can enjoy them on your work break or at home with family. Do you enjoy collecting and sharing great videos? Submit yours today! Downhome does not endorse any of the actions depicted in the following videos. Do not try this at home.
Moose Stops by to Visit a Dog
Sometimes a moose just wants to play, and sometimes that playmate is a dog. In this video from New Brunswick, people try to convince the moose to return to the woods, but the moose has other plans. He returns time and again to play with a leashed dog, before finally wandering away.
The depth of this wreck is from 50 to 100 ft(if you dig in the sand), The PLM 27 is the shallowest of the four wrecks, which give you lots of time for exploration. However, being the shallowest, the top of her superstructure got in a way of an iceberg or two and it is now flattened down and the upper deck is a picture of utter destruction. While not as intact as the other three, PLM is a common place for various fish and critters with flounders resting on every possible surface of the wreck and crabs crawling in the rumble.
The Big Land
On August 25th two friends will embark on trip documenting their motorcycle ride over the Trans Labrador Highway, the journey to fet there through Newfoundland. This is a web based series filmed in HD, brought to you by Hemmings House Pictures and Big Land Adventure Films.
I Am Captain Canada
Fans in Madrid and around the world created a YouTube video inspiring the Carl English (originally of Patrick's Cove, N.L.) to recover from a recent basketball injury. I am Captain Canada, they say in the video and place their fist over their right shoulder.
Please, Whatever Your Name Is
Sit back and enjoy this new music video about the Janeway -- written by the people who need it most! Comedian Jonny Harris and friends perform this catchy, fun song!
The Janeway Telethon takes place on June 1 & 2. You can watch the Telethon and donate online at: http://www.janewayfoundation.nf.ca
Special thanks to Bishop Feild School and Beachy Cove Elementary School, and these amazing performers!
Most Easterly Point - NL Tourism Ad
Newfoundland and Labrador is an exotic, one-of-a-kind destination. Unlike any other place in North America, only we can say we're as far east as you can possibly go - without getting wet. It's the only place where you can see the continent's first sunrise. Our location perfectly positions us as one of those bucket-list mandatories or belt-notching destinations. After all, when you're standing at the ends of the earth - the most easterly point in North America - where the sun rises first, this place has the ability to make a morning person out of just about anyone.
Conversation - NL Tourism Ad
Shaped over centuries by countless fabled influences, the language of Newfoundland and Labrador is the province's most charming and irresistible quality. A fascinating mosaic of words, phrases and accents make our speech as colourful as the land where it is spoken. There are hundreds of English dialects found here - more than anywhere else in the world, and enough to merit our very own dictionary. While the art of conversation has long been forgotten elsewhere, it thrives right here. The spontaneity and friendliness of our people means that a simple nod, wink or wave can turn into something truly special - and, perhaps more importantly, the beginning of a story with no end in sight.
Inside Look at Our Crab Fishery
What seemed like the end of fishing for Todd Chafe and his family from Petty Harbour Newfoundland opened up unexpected opportunities in the fishery as they invested into crab harvesting. Video courtesy of Canadian Council of Professional Fish Harvesters.
Downhome Lifestyle Expo
On April 20-22, 2012 the Mount Pearl Glacier will be transformed into the ultimate showcase for products and services you need to enjoy life in Newfoundland and Labrador to its fullest. From the latest in outdoor recreational vehicles and the trendiest styles for your kitchen, to the coolest places to see in Newfoundland and Labrador, the Downhome Lifestyle Expo is your one-stop event to get in on everything that's on the go.