Of all the people who ever lived in this land now known as Newfoundland and Labrador, everyone of them came from somewhere else. Beginning with the first people who migrated from Western North America when the world was still in the cavemen era. To the last refugee who jumped ship or plane here and decided to take up residence, we, or our forebears, came from somewhere else.
Like the Beothuk, Dorset, and Maritime Archaic people before them. Each group of newcomers had it as hard as the other in finding their way here and making life for themselves when they arrived. Their struggles are part of what makes the sons and daughters of this place what they are today.