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We’ll be in touch about how a better life here is more than just a remote possibility.

On a scale of 1-10, how happy are you working from your kitchen table?


Life doesn't get better by chance. It gets better by change.


Being in a good place is all about being in the right place.


Your high-flying, high-paced, high-stress job. As experienced in Torbay, NL.


Take some home to work with you for a change.


Man sits restfully in an open field, taking in the view of a beautiful red house by the water in Tors Cove

Work remote.
Live happier.

In this place, a better life isn’t just a remote possibility, it’s pretty much a certainty. We could speak to the quiet life, among all the other benefits of living here. But some things you just have to hear for yourself. Choose clean air, space to think, room to work, and opportunity to grow in Newfoundland and Labrador.

A woman drinking coffee while working on a laptop

The next time someone asks you where you work, have a better answer.

As our world changes, so does our collective concept of the workplace, which means more people are thinking about the life benefits that come from working remotely. Here, for instance, you can work from a place that rivals your computer’s wallpaper. So, why not embrace a new normal and work remote from Newfoundland and Labrador?

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Best-in-class education and a whole lot of fresh air.

Students will come to appreciate Monday mornings in Newfoundland and Labrador. Home to a first-rate education system and world-class institutions, our schools provide learning opportunities for every student’s needs.

Two people standing outdoors and appreciating the view of rocky cliffs, calm water, and quaint homes in Brigus

When you’re done remote working for the day, you can start remote living.

Newfoundlanders and Labradorians are a welcoming people, and it’s never long before newcomers feel right at home. With a one-of-a kind arts, culture, and food scene, you’ll be exposed to something new every day. And no matter what your hobbies entail, you’ll find common interest groups to share your enthusiasm with others.

Playing guitar at Middle Cove.

Come Home 2022.

If you’ve been wanting to visit Newfoundland and Labrador before contemplating a big move, this is the year to do it. Join us for Come Home 2022, a celebration of food, fun, and festivities across the province and throughout the year. You don't have to be from here to belong here.

Join The Celebration