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The Life and Times of Captain Guy Earle

Guy was eight years old when he first joined his father on fishing voyages north. On that first trip in 1925, his father tied him to the schooner’s mainmast to cure his seasickness (which clearly worked). At 14, Earle entered the family firm, Earle Freighting Services, and when he was just 16 he skippered his first solo trip to Labrador in 1933.

Walking Tour Revisits The Right To Vote

Suffragettes in the City

Why the Newfoundland Cycling Experience is Unique

East Coast biking at its best

Farming On The Edge - The Food Producers of N.L.

Getting the goods from the ground



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