The modern Newfoundland and Labrador Legislative Library provides non-partisan, confidential parliamentary library services to all Members and Officers of the House of Assembly and their support staff.Services are also provided to the Public Service and, on a limited basis, to the general public. This is a Free Canadian Social Network Make web connections with anyone!! I moved back to Newfoundland after being away for many years and would love to ... I work away and it's difficult to find social activities with kids her age during my time off.
The Legislative Library has a vast and diverse collection of materials dating from the 18th century to the present day.
Notably, the Legislative Library acts as the official depositary of documents publicly released by the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador.
The Legislative Library was first noted in the Journal of the House of Assembly in 1836, just three years after Representative Government was granted to the colony of Newfoundland.
Library services continued to be provided after the granting of Responsible government in 1855.
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The body of 57-year-old Mavis Otuteye, who authorities believe was a citizen of Ghana in western Africa, was found Friday in a field close to the Canadian border near the Minnesota town of Noyes, according to the Kittson County Sheriff’s Office.The broader objective of this project is to understand the human prehistory of Port au Choix within the context of palaeoenvironmental change.The project is an example of the value of integrating sea level history with archaeological survey, and the preliminary results provide an appropriate model for understanding the sea level and human history in other areas on the west coast of Newfoundland. Port au Choix Peninsula and Gros Morne National Park, northwestern Newfoundland.This paper presents the rationale for, and preliminary results of, a test of two models of sea level history at the Port au Choix National Historic Park, on the northwest coast of Newfoundland (Figure 1).Each model provides a different explanatory framework for the known archaeological data, and has different implications for the design of archaeological site surveys.Port au Choix has been occupied by human groups almost continuously for over four thousand years.