“Love in a canoe” Posters

SS_stayAngela Noonan

A recent global study chose traditional Newfoundland speech as the most distinct variety of English on the planet. The language is comprised of a blend of vocabulary embellished with insightful and colourful sayings. With rapid urbanization, the collapse of the traditional fishery and Newfoundland’s integration into the Canadian cultural mainstream, this language is slowly dying.

These posters, printed in gold-coloured ink, are an attempt to preserve and showcase the humorous sayings that add richness to Newfoundland culture and tradition.

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