Overlooking St. John’s harbour and the Atlantic Ocean, Signal Hill National Historic Site of Canada is the city’s most visible and popular attraction. Designated nationally significant because of its important associations with Canada's defense and communications history, it provides panoramic views and seasonal military pageantry. It is also home to the iconic Cabot Tower.


Signal Hill has long been used for observation and communication.

The skating Newfoundlander

The story of the regimental hockey team of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment (1916-1918)

Hometown heroes

Hometown Heroes honours everyday Canadians whose efforts during the First and Second World Wars helped to protect and build our communities and, thus, the entire nation.

Terry Fox

In honour of Terry Fox, a person of National Historic Significance, we want to share with you a story about Terry Fox in Newfoundland and Labrador that you may not have heard before.