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True NL Christmas traditions

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The holiday season is full of traditions, and Newfoundland and Labrador doesn’t run short of such festive celebrations. Aside from the common caroling and the drink of eggnog, Newfoundlanders have a whole other slue of ways to countdown to Christmas. Shed Party There are a few staples that are common to the everyday Newfoundlander that leaves a Mainlander gobsmacked. For example, the shed. Normally a shed is for wood cutting, skidoo storage, or a couple pieces of luggage. That’s not the case in Newfoundland- the shed is where the party happens. At Christmas all the people from one street gather in the super shed. There is at least one guy who has designed his shed to its maximum potential. We’re…

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