Three def­i­ni­tions of her­itage:

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• Jeremy Har­num — I think my def­i­ni­tion of her­itage is pretty straight­for­ward. It’s our his­tory, both tan­gi­ble and in­tan­gi­ble;

• Court­ney Bow­er­ing — To me, her­itage is our cul­ture and the his­tory of New­found­land. It is the tra­di­tions, sto­ries and pas­times. Her­itage is very im­por­tant to be pre­served for fu­ture gen­er­a­tions;

• Josh Hall-McCarthy — My def­i­ni­tion of her­itage is some­thing that we pass down through the gen­er­a­tions. In our case, we pass down the things that make us true New­found­lan­ders: knowl­edge of our his­tory, our way of life, our art and mu­sic, hu­mor and food, and most im­por­tantly our pride in our prov­ince.

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