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The modern Newfoundland and Labrador Legislative Library provides non-partisan, confidential parliamentary library services to all Members and Officers of the House of Assembly and their support staff.

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Following the recommendations of the Amulree Royal Commission, and because of the deteriorating financial situation of the Dominion, in 1933 the Legislature requested the suspension of the Constitution and Responsible Government.

From February 16, 1934, when Dominion status was suspended, until 1949, Newfoundland was governed by a Commission consisting of an appointed Governor, three Commissioners from Newfoundland, and three Commissioners from Great Britain. In August 1949, just five months after Confederation with Canada, the Legislative Library was re-established.

Based on the idea that the Old Norse name "Vinland", mentioned in the Icelandic Sagas, meant "wine-land", historians had long speculated that the region contained wild grapes.

Because of this, the common hypothesis before the Ingstads' theories was that the Vinland region existed somewhere south of the northern Massachusetts coast, because that is roughly as far north as grapes grow naturally.

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Dating to around the year 1000, L'Anse aux Meadows is widely accepted as evidence of pre-Columbian trans-oceanic contact.