CBC Television's Land and Sea has been bringing you stories about the people and places of Newfoundland and Labrador since 1964. Now, in association with Downhome Inc., Canada's preeminent Atlantic culture publisher, CBC is pleased to offer this special series on DVD, Volume 3 includes three of the most requested episodes in the history of Land & Sea.
Land and Sea Remembers: Part 1
He holds the record as Land and Sea's longest running host. And in his 26 years with the show, Dave Quinton became a household name in Newfoundland and Labrador. Dave witnessed much change in outport Newfoundland and Labrador. Change he documented in programs that are now vintage stories from our past. Dave made memories too - ones he shares in" Land and Sea Remembers."
Land and Sea Remembers: Part 2
Back in "64, you couldn't drive across Newfoundland island. The Trans Canada Highway wasn't complete. Cod was still salted. Dave Quinlan documented history in the making the decline of the cod fishery, the introduction of buffalo to colourful programs and lasting memories.
The Cove of Love: Four homes. Seven people. Year round. This is Labrador's L'Anse Amour - the Cove of Love, the smallest community on Labrador's south coast. But those who live there say it's large - rich in history and heritage. And they not only share pride of place, they share pride of ownership. They are the people who can literally call L'Anse Armor their very own.
Wolf Dogs: The Labrador Huskey. The dog whose wild, wolfish ancestry has often come back to haunt it. The dog whose brute strength and stamina helped builds the entire Labrador coast. This is the story of a working dog. The dog that hauled the loaded komatiks of coastal people for hundreds of years. The dog that could be as wild and untamed as the Labrador coast itself