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MTAP program, Labradors Weekly cricket game, and rags to riches

If you need to travel for surgery, treatment, or other medical attention, Friday was a good news day. We hear about updates to the MTAP program. (0:00) Rags to riches and then some... Jim Scott's success story took him from Gander, to Labrador, and beyond. He tells his story in a new book. We hear from him on that. (4:42) You can't fight the Ocean. It's the name of a story written by a Labrador-born writer who's on the longlist for the CBC Nonfiction Prize this year. We catch up with Byron Hamel - and hear some excerpts. (12:16) Kids feel stress too, and the start of a new school year can be especially hard. But how can we get them to talk about it? We talk to a psychologist about how to have those conversations. (22:50) It's a little piece of home for the men who gather every Sunday. We visit Labrador's only weekly cricket game. (32:11) It's the only tourism facility in the province that comes with armed guards to keep away the locals …. local polar bears, that is. We check in as the Torngat Mountains Base Camp wraps up its busiest season ever. (35:22) Stocking the shelves is getting harder and harder at the Labrador Friendship Centre food bank. We hear from them about the constant race to keep up with demand. (43:34) Concerns about discrimination, against people who are overweight... We talk to a woman who is training businesses to be more size- inclusive. (51:29)
1/1/159 minutes, 36 seconds
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Premier on Doctor situation in Labrador CIty, A revisit to the Torngat mountains, a stop by Inuky Glass art and engraving

With currently only three doctors in Labrador West. We hear from the premier on what he’s doing to help the situation. (0:00) Having someone to talk can make all the difference. We hear about a new counselling service available for first responders all across the province. (2:56) We're going to a special place in the Torngat Mountains this morning. We revisit a story we brought you in 2015, celebrating the lives of Inuit who were re-buried on the island. (9:49) Sexual Violence Awareness week is happening across the province. Several events in Happy Valley-Goose Bay will lead up to Take Back the Night on Friday. (18:50) Canadians have been faced with a summer of extreme weather. Fires, floods, and some of the hottest temperatures on record. We'll hear from a researcher at the University of Waterloo who has suggestions on how to use nature to better protect homes. (24:52) Hopedale's water system is getting a good flush..... we get the update from AngajuKak Marjorie Flowers (33:23) A grand return and reopening in Happy Valley-Goose Bay - we drop by Inuky Glass Art and Engraving. (40:02) Parliamentary Reporter for The National Post Ryan Tumilty joins us to talk about the Liberal caucus retreat starting later today in London Ontario. (49:01)
1/1/154 minutes, 50 seconds
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Columbian family on life in Labrador, Life time achievement award, and Lots of cabbages

As Canada deals with a nursing shortage, provincial leaders are looking to the Philippines to fill those voids. CBC Radio Producer Stephanie Dubois takes us behind-the-scenes to see how provinces recruit nurses from that country, and the methods being used to entice people to come and work in health care in Canada. (0:00) The Department of Health and Social Development has been visiting communities in Nunatsiavut to engage in mental health workshops. We hear about these community visits from one of the Child and Youth Mental Health Team members. (7:36) We meet a Columbian family who recently moved to Happy Valley-Goose Bay. We catch up with them as they walk with their kids to primary school, and find out what it's like settling into a new community. (16:17) Could there soon be new homes to accommodate the aging population in Labrador West? One of the people leading the effort is encouraged after a meeting with the premier. (24:06) It's been 25 years since the fire chief of Labrador City has fought his first fire... and just last week he received a life time achievement award. (31:38) Coleslaw, anyone? The Pye Centre has a bumper crop of cabbage....we find out why on today's show. (39:15)
1/1/148 minutes, 11 seconds
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School lunches, What's under the sea, and part two with a family from Columbia

In living colour.....a Dalhousie researcher will tell us about her photo project, capturing the vibrant life under the ocean off the north Labrador coast. (0:00) Looking to get lunch delivered for your kids at school? We talk with a provider about why it's not as easy as before. (8:34) We catch up with a family from Columbia who settling into life in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. We find out what it's like to make a new community, and a new country, home. (14:59) vascular diseases affect millions (3.7 mil) of Canadians. But what are they? And how can we reduce our risk of developing these conditions? House Doctor Peter Lin brings us that story. (24:20) What challenges do you face at work? Imagine rodents and near riots. That's what correctional officers at the province's most notorious prison deal with. CBC Investigates has the documents to back it up. (31:53) Their music is a feast for the ears AND the eyes. Ptarmageddon is nominated for best video at the upcoming MusicNL awards.We talk music and visuals with them. (41:46) We're dropping by a charity golf tournament in Happy Valley-Goose Bay for the Labrador Grenfell Health Foundation. We find out what the swinging was all about! (50:49)
1/1/159 minutes, 45 seconds
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Farm day, How do kids respond to healthy foods, and Raise the roof

This week Health Canada approved the updated Moderna vaccine. We hear what this vaccine targets and what the guidelines are for children, adults and vulnerable people. (0:00) Big brown, longhaired cows, squawking chickens and mud loving pigs...you can visit them all at Aldercroft Farm, this Sunday for Open Farm Day NL. We get a sneak preview. (4:28) On Sunday, you might go out to run for a cause. We talk with the organizers of Terry Fox Run. (11:51) Gateway Labrador is known for their museum and promoting the culture of Labrador, especially Labrador West. This month they are having a month of events to celebrate the region. (19:43) How do school kids respond to healthy foods? Do they just want to eat junk? We talk about food choices with the coordinator of the Kids Eat Smart program. (23:00) How do you bring sausage meat and Labrador berries together for a delicacy you'll find nowhere else? We tell you how. (34:00) Everyone needs a roof over their head. We tell you how you can help Them Days magazine raise the roof tomorrow. (39:47)
1/1/147 minutes, 2 seconds
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Naloxone training, Terry's Tents, and berry-picking etiquette

NASA has released an independent study on what the space agency calls "unidentified anomalous phenomena" — more commonly known as UFOs. (0:00) The fentanyl crisis in Newfoundland and Labrador might be hidden from many. But bars and nightclubs are seeing it up close. We talk to a couple of bar owners who are trying to help save lives. (7:43) With opioid poisoning on the rise in the province, the proper use of naloxone can be a lifesaver. Residents of Labrador West were at a workshop last week to learn how it's done. We take you there. (13:27) To pick or not to pick? That is the perennial question as redberries get fat and juicy in Labrador. We get the definitive answer on berry-picking and berry etiquette. (21:30) The annual Manishan Nui Community Gathering is about to get underway — and Terry's Tents will be well represented. We hear what it was like there a few days ago, as Terry rushed to fill orders for this week's gathering. (31:35) The minister for Labrador affairs will tell us more about the recent improvements to the provincial medical transportation assistance program, which many people here rely on. (40:10)
1/1/146 minutes, 28 seconds
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The Manishan Nui Community Gathering, Slient bookclub, and a road trip tp remember

It's been called a crisis in emergency departments across the country. But will a meeting between the health care community and politicians yield any results?(0:00) A Labrador family caught in a bird poop blitz! A road trip story that reminds you why you should always keep a few cleaning wipes in the car... (5:16) Breaking bread to remember and heal....we hear about a Residential School Survivors' Supper happening Wednesday evening in Nain. (11:51) The United Nations General Assembly is meeting in New York City for a week of high level discussions about climate and sustainability. And it's all against a backdrop of a summer which was the warmest on record. We'll ask environment expert Warren Mabee of Queen's University to walk us through what world leaders will be talking about. (19:50) It's one of the biggest events of the year...and it keeps getting bigger. The Manishan Nui Community Gathering is on the go this week. More than two hundred tents will be set up with Innu families from Sheshatshiu, Natuashish and Quebec camping out. We also drop by. (25:59) Do you like reading? Do you like reading uninterrupted? Do you like reading uninterrupted while having coffee and snacks? Then there is an event coming up in Labrador City that would be perfect for you. We hear all the details. (35:25) Parliamentary Reporter for The National Post Ryan Tumilty joins us to talk about an unprecedented announcement by the Prime Minister yesterday as MPs resumed their seats in the House of Commons. (41:22)
1/1/147 minutes, 33 seconds
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Heat pumps, The Gathering, and Changes to EI

Having a family discussion about gender identity... We talk with a psychologist about the best ways to be open and supportive parent. (0:00) New heat pumps are being added to homes around Nunatsiavut this fall. We'll hear about the latest move to reduce the reliance on diesel in northern communities. (8:40) Counting your steps, sipping coffee or tea in the shade, reminiscing about a favorite summer memory - these are just a few of the community challenges going on in Makkovik. We hear more about Makkovik's monthly challenges. (15:30) Sea levels are rising, as is the risk of coastal flooding. What does it mean for the future of your community? We introduce you to an online tool that can help you find out. (24:06) Making sure that everyone is taken care of is very much part of the Innu gathering. We meet some folks who were happy to help distribute food hampers at Gull Island. (34:03) Cancer survivors and supporters alike came out for the Terry Fox run in Forteau this past weekend. And Labrador Morning's Rhivu Rashid was on the scene for the run in Forteau, too. (42:58) Shifting goalposts for EI are shaking things up for seasonal workers in the province-- especially those who've finished work for the season. We'll hear from Member of Parliament Yvonne Jones. (54:23) Questions lingered following the Ocean Gate Titan disaster about the company's relationship with a Newfoundland institution. We shine some line on the partnership between Ocean Gate and Marine Institute. (1:02:48)
1/1/11 hour, 10 minutes, 49 seconds
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Grocery costs, Gull Island Gathering, Community garden check in

As we head into fall, the colder temperatures mean we’ll be switching our wardrobes over. Before heading to the shops for a refresh, climate change columnist Emily Ferrier wants you to think about some more sustainable options. (0:00) It's been a banner year for gardeners in Labrador West. We check in with a community garden ahead of the annual Farmers Market and Vendors Fair this weekend in Lab City. (6:28) Heather will see first hand how a tent gets assembled at the Innu gathering at Gull Island. (11:32) We're dropping into a family camping spot at the Gull Island gathering. We find out why it's so meaningful for families to be out on the land together. (19:19) It's not only humans that need good housing in Labrador - birds need a decent place to perch, too. We find out how the town of Churchill Falls is trying to help. (26:39) Recent data shows there is a big difference in average grocery costs across the province... and according to that data, no one's paying more for their groceries than residents on the North Coast. We hear from the MHA for Torngat Mountains on this issue. (31:53) For opponents of the proposed wind-to-hydrogen project on the west coast of the island, the urge to protect nature is just the start of their objections to the plan. (43:10)
1/1/151 minutes, 25 seconds
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Happy valley day, The Gathering, and Introducing major industrial projects

The Canadian government wants tech giants to pay for news content but so far Meta isn't budging. We get the latest on the dispute over Bill C-18. (0:00) Labrador campus vice-provost Ashlee Cunsolo has been studying the emotional side of climate change for many years here in Labrador. We hear her reflections on the place of climate change research now at the Labrador campus here in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. (10:38) The town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay is marking the 80th anniversary of the first families settling in the area. We're going for a stroll down memory lane on K street in the Valley. Nora Ford will share stories about her favorite one room shack. (16:43) If you live on the north coast of Labrador, how can you eat nutritiously when your family's grocery bill is as much as a household mortgage? A nutritionist with the Nunatsiavut government has some tips. (25:51) Happy Valley's turning the big 8-0 on Saturday. We hear all about the free festivities in Kinsmen Park tomorrow for Happy Valley Day. (35:37) We drop by the Innu Midwifery tent at the Gull Island Gathering. (40:39) The Manishan Nui Community Gathering is the place to be this week. We're dropping by to speak with a couple enjoying some good quality time at Gull Island, while remembering loved ones. (49:02) Is there a way to introduce major industrial projects in this province without triggering anger, protests, and maybe a public inquiry? (54:57)
1/1/11 hour, 3 minutes, 45 seconds
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Recycling solutions for Labrador West, Canada Goose parkas, and Splash n' Boots in Labrador

A new study is putting a spotlight on the importance of hobbies to keep our mental health in good state. Our mental health columnist Mark Henick will join us with more details. (0:00) What kind of recycling solutions are brewing in the background for Labrador West, now that the Green Depot is closed? We hear from the Mayor of Labrador City on this need for a new recycling plant in town. (7:54) Where are the wolves, and where are the coyotes? There's more money available to hunters who help answer that question. We hear why these animals are of such interest to wildlife biologists. (15:49) It's a brand name famous for very warm, and very expensive parkas. We hear why some Labrador Inuit are making their own Canada Goose parkas. (24:43) We'll hear some tips for anyone experiencing the loss of a loved one... and we learn about an information session happening tonight in Labrador West for anyone coping with grief. (29:16) It's been a few years since children musicians Splash n' Boots toured Labrador...but they are coming back for shows on the North Coast and in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. We find out what the dynamic duo is looking forward to. (35:58) It's been a challenging season for the Torngat Fish Producers Co-op. But they still managed to catch and process all sorts of fish. We hear some of the highs and lows of the fishing season. (45:07) this week the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation offers free, daily educational programming to the general public as we mark Truth and Reconciliation Week. We hear more about that, and education's role in reconciliation. (50:55)
1/1/157 minutes, 27 seconds
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Keeping tabs on our feathered friends, A concert with stories, and the Loss of the Green Depot in Labrador West

A Toronto Blue Jays player needs an astounding 13 hours of sleep to pitch well… and it’s fired off a debate on how much sleep is too much. Coming up… an expert weighs in on the controversy. (0:00) The Nunatsiavut Government has a few ways of keeping tabs on our feathered friends. We hear about their community "bird recorders," (6:13) Mayors from all over the Atlantic provinces made their way to Happy Valley-Goose Bay last week. We drop in on this meeting of the mayors. (13:32) It's a concert with stories, or maybe it's stories with a concert. We hear about a show that combines, music, dance, and storytelling, happening this week in Lab West and Happy Valley-Goose Bay. (19:09) Every dollar is needed. But the SPCA says it needs more than donations from generous friends if it's going to continue. We hear from them. (26:44) Hotels instead of homes. We bring you inside the Labrador Inn... and a town that's divided over how to handle homelessness. (34:13) With the loss of Green Depot in Labrador West, what's everyone doing with their recyclables? Our roving reporter Darryl Dinn hit the streets to find out. (41:29) Parliamentary Reporter for the National Post, Ryan Tumilty will join us to talk about what he's watching for this week in Ottawa. (48:13)
1/1/154 minutes, 5 seconds
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Johannes Lampe and Todd Russell weigh in on Cartwright apology to residential school survivors, the love of garbage trucks, and Run for the Hills

How much money do you think Canadian families could save by adopting a few clean energy solutions, like electric vehicles and heat pumps? Clean Energy Canada set out to find out. We hear about its latest research. (0:00)Runners in Labrador West are lacing up their sneakers to Run for the Hills this Sunday! We hear all the details on the annual autumn race. (7:59)The premier's planned apology to residential school survivors in Cartwright tomorrow isn't landing well with the Nunatsiavut Government. We hear why president Johannes Lampe is calling that planned apology an insult -- and why he's demanding the resignation of the Minister of Labrador Affairs. (13:40) We meet a 4 year old who doesn’t just like Garbage trucks. She LOVES them. (23:30)The provincial government will deliver an apology to residential school survivors tomorrow. But it will only include one indigenous group -- the Nunatsiavut Community Council. Reporter Heather Gillis will break down what we know - and what we don't. (29:17)Hidden homelessness. Chances are the hotels where you stay across the province may also be used to house people who have no where else to turn. And it's costing the province millions. (36:03)NunatuKavut Community Council President joins us for more on the premier's planned apology, and for his response to NG President Johannes Lampe. (43:36)
1/1/157 minutes, 25 seconds
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SmartICE, Residential school survivor, and Spca's pleas for help answered

We ask a technology expert if there's anything to worry about the radiation given off by your smartphone. (0:00) The Labrador West Art Wander returned this past weekend! We meet some of the talented artists who shared their creations. (8:12) This winter, SmartICE will help monitor ice conditions in over 30 coastal communities across the north. We hear about that expansion, and about the company's plans for this season. (13:49) We take you back to a powerful school assembly that took place in Sheshatshiu for the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. We hear from a residential school survivor who told her story at that assembly... and we hear how her story resonated with some of the students. (20:45) Indigenous games are growing in popularity. That's one reason why high school students across the province will soon have the chance to learn sports like the owl hop, the seal crawl, and leg wrestling. (33:13) The Happy Valley-Goose Bay SPCA's urgent cry for help was answered. (40:38) Ryan Tumilty, parliamentary reporter for the National Post, joins us to talk about an important vote today (Tuesday ) in the House of Commons, and what to watch for as MPs decide who will replace the former House Speaker, Anthony Rota. (48:19)
1/1/154 minutes, 53 seconds
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Labrador and Indigenous Affairs Minister Lisa Dempster responds to criticism

Labrador and Indigenous Affairs Minister Lisa Dempster has been in the hot seat lately. Both Johannes Lampe, the President of the Nunatsiavut Government, and Simon Pokue, Grand Chief of the Innu Nation, have called for her removal. That's because of the provincial government's apology to residential school survivors in Cartwright last week. Only the NunatuKavut community council - a group that does not hold federal treaty rights - was present. Lisa Dempster is the MInister for Labrador Affairs, the Deputy House Leader, the Minister for Indigenous Affairs and the member for Cartwright-L'Anse au Clair. She spoke with CBC's Heather Barrett.
1/1/18 minutes, 35 seconds
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Kilometers for kids, Apology to residential school survivors, and Bright Award

Parks Canada has announced their future plans for the Torngat National Park (0:00) Premier Andrew Furey offered an apology to residential school survivors and their families in Cartwright on Friday. We bring you there to hear some voices from the day. (7:29) She's attended COP 15, she's met King Charles, and she just won a major international environmental prize. We speak to Valerie Courtois about winning the "Bright Award." (23:11) Statues memorialize history, but whose history exactly? And if that history continues to hurt people, should those chunks of stone or metal be better relegated to the dustbin of history? We ask the producer of a new documentary called INSIDE THE STATUE WARS. It airs tonight on CBC TV and you can stream it on CBC GEM. (32:08) Collecting kilometers for a good cause. We hear about "Kilometers for Kids" latest cycling and walking fundraiser for Ronald McDonald House....and we learn how anyone can get involved. (38:20)
1/1/144 minutes, 25 seconds
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Lisa Dempster, Helping seniors age in place, Trapline Marathon

0:00 Hear from Roseann Linstead, volunteer with the Age Friendly Communities committee in the Straits, for her reaction to the province spending millions for rate increases for home care. 7:22 From zero to 10 kilometres! Lillian Dyson is walking her first 10k race at the Trapline Marathon on Sunday. 14:52 Labrador and Indigenous Affairs Minister Lisa Dempster has been in the hot seat lately with last week's apology to residential school survivors in NunatuKavut and NOT Innu and Inuit survivors. Minister Dempster will join us to explain. 24:22 We'll meet a Happy Valley-Goose Bay mother and son originally from Sri Lanka who're proud to be running together in the Trapline Marathon this weekend. 33:37 Doctor's orders -- Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band have postponed their remaining 2023 tour dates until next year as The Boss recovers from peptic ulcer disease. House doctor Peter Lin joins us to explain more about the condition.
1/1/143 minutes, 1 second
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Lisa Dempster on high food costs on the North coast

17 dollars for a bag of potatoes? Labrador and Indigenous Affairs minister Lisa Dempster will be here to talk about high food costs on the north coast.
1/1/18 minutes, 40 seconds
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Tacora Mines seeks creditor protection

Tacora Mines has fallen on financial hard times... and now, the Wabush mine is seeking creditor protection. The CBC's Peter Cowan will explain what we know about the situation so far.
1/1/19 minutes, 12 seconds
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Innu Nation is looking to quash an agreement between Ottawa and NunatuKavut -- but their day in court has been delayed.

Innu Nation is looking to quash an agreement between Ottawa and NunatuKavut -- but their day in court has been delayed. Heidi Atter will has the details.
1/1/119 minutes, 49 seconds
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The Legality around online razzes

Doing a razz or considering buying lines for a fundraiser? The RCMP are reminding people those online lotteries are illegal. We talk to the province about why they're not allowed.
1/1/19 minutes, 22 seconds
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What happened to the housing and Homelessness plan? CBC Investigates explains more

Six and a half years ago, the Liberals said they would create a comprehensive plan to tackle housing and homelessness. What happened? That C-B-C Investigates story.
1/1/17 minutes, 41 seconds
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Dreams to connect communities with composting

Connecting communities with composting programs, all across Labrador. We hear from an environmental consultant with dreams of making that happen.
1/1/16 minutes, 48 seconds
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We find out how a young Labrador Inuk girl is finally being recognized by name in her final resting spot in London, England.

Righting a wrong. We find out how a young Labrador Inuk girl is finally being recognized by name in her final resting spot in London, England.
1/1/115 minutes, 9 seconds
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A grade three class is trying to travel the province one postcard at a time

We hear about a grade three class in North West River hoping to travel the province, postcard by postcard.
1/1/14 minutes, 50 seconds
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More women in the trades

A workshop series is coming to Happy Valley-Goose Bay but had to cancel in Lab West because of not enough interest. We hear about the work underway to try and see more women in the trades.
1/1/18 minutes, 22 seconds
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Making music in Sheshatshiu

One week - one original song - and one brand new music video - all made in Sheshatshiu - We drop in on the work in progress.
1/1/17 minutes, 3 seconds
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Reflection at the Gull Island Gathering with the oldest Innu elder in Sheshatshiu

We go back to the Gull Island Gathering... and hear from the oldest Innu elder in Sheshatshiu. The Gull Island Gathering is a special time for Innu of all ages...But for 95 year old Mary Odele Penashue, the Gathering was definitely a time for reflection this year.
1/1/18 minutes, 27 seconds
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A triumphant finish for Paul Cooke at the Trapline Marathon

Paul was determined to do the 5 km route after putting in many hours at the gym to get back on his feet again. His colleagues and friends from the firehall joined him for the walk to show their support.
1/1/19 minutes, 25 seconds
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A new study shows Indigenous people across the country have far less access to a regular health care provider.

A new study shows Indigenous people across the country have far less access to a regular health care provider. We hear about that.
1/1/110 minutes, 25 seconds
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Kanani Davis reflects on the Innu-Ishkueuat katshi expedition walk

Two dozen women set out with a goal in mind.. And accomplished it earlier this fall. We hear about the Natuashish women's walk.
1/1/19 minutes, 3 seconds
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Murphy Centre's literacy program has come to Labrador

There's a new resource for adults in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. The Murphy Centre's literacy program has come to Labrador And has big dreams for the future.
1/1/16 minutes, 18 seconds
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A Labrador sport enthusiast on only one Labradorian being honored by the province

A total of 126 young athletes in our province were honored this month by Premier Andrew Furey But just one of them was from Labrador. We hear the reaction from a Labradorian sport enthusiast
1/1/19 minutes, 13 seconds
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Two break ins to the CRB grocery store

Two break ins in two days... The people who run the CRB grocery store in North West River are wondering how it can continue.
1/1/18 minutes, 35 seconds
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A look into the Churchill Falls Library

The library is a great place to read, relax and so much more. Labrador Morning visited the one in Churchill Falls to see what’s on the go.
1/1/17 minutes, 22 seconds
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MHA Jordan Brown on Tacora's excutive meeting

Tacora Mines is seeking creditor protection to try and help save its finances... and last night, the executive of Tacora met with town councillors and other politicians. Labrador West MHA Jordan Brown will tell us about last night's meeting.
1/1/18 minutes, 9 seconds
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Meet our new host, Rhivu Rashid

Meet our new host Rhivu Rashid! Our Zack Russell sits down with Rhivu to ask him about his new life in Labrador and to hear some stories from Bangladesh.
1/1/111 minutes, 56 seconds
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Folk Duo Basset join us in our studio

We welcome Toronto-based indie-folk duo, Basset, to the studio. We'll get to know them ahead of tonight's show at the Lawrence O'Brien Arts Centre.
1/1/17 minutes, 31 seconds
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Three-year-old wins community scarecrow contest with her lifesize model

A three-year-old in Happy Valley-Goose Bay just got her first taste of victory. Over the weekend, Leyna Pardy won first place in a community scarecrow contest! Leyna's scarecrow is just about the same size as Leyna.
1/1/14 minutes, 13 seconds
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Hypnotist-Magician coming to Happy Valley-Goose Bay

A hypnotist-magician is coming to town in Happy Valley-Goose Bay! We get an inside scoop on the magic that's going to happen.
1/1/14 minutes, 50 seconds
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Land-Based educator visits Labrador and shares her dreams for education across the country

A Land-based educator was invited to come and present in the Big Land. We hear her dreams for land-based education right across the country.
1/1/16 minutes, 1 second
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Police and public trust series

Eight years, multiple reports and appeals later, and two RNC officers are heading to TWO public hearings. But there's a potential roadblock for the man who made the complaints. That story from our Police and Public Trust series.
1/1/19 minutes, 14 seconds
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Inquiry into the child protection system's effect on Innu resumes in Sheshatshiu with two weeks of meetings.

Hear from the first day of community meetings at the Inquiry Respecting the Experiences, Treatment and Outcomes of Innu in the child protection system.
1/1/18 minutes, 24 seconds
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No more custom soap for as of Coastal Soapworks

No more custom soap for Coastal Soapworks fans. We hear from a Charlottetown owner about why she's closing down her business.
1/1/16 minutes, 8 seconds
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Small business week in Labrador West

Small businesses will have a chance to shine all week long in Labrador West. We hear all the plans in store for Small Business Week.
1/1/19 minutes, 35 seconds
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Sheshatshiu's Search and Rescue team opens their new building in memory of Isaiah Andrew

Sheshatshiu's Search and Rescue team has a new place to call home. Hear from the grand opening.
1/1/16 minutes, 39 seconds
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Indigrow helping businesses grow

It's small business week in Canada...We're checking in with a Labrador company that helps other businesses navigate the challenges of starting up a venture or turning a profit.
1/1/19 minutes, 41 seconds
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Seniors bowling in Labrador west

October is Seniors Month and one way seniors in Labrador West are keeping active is their weekly bowling. We dropped in to see how their games are going. Are they striking it hot? Or living in the gutter?
1/1/15 minutes, 48 seconds
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Wabush mayor on Tacora obtaining creditor protection

The town of Wabush is re-evaluating after Tacora Resources obtained creditor protection. We hear from Wabush mayor Ron Barron.
1/1/14 minutes, 15 seconds
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Inquiry into the child protection system's effect on Innu resumes in Sheshatshiu

The inquiry into the child protection system's effect on Innu is back at the Sheshatshiu Youth Centre Community meetings are continuing so all can share their experiences. We hear the details from one of the commissioners.
1/1/17 minutes, 26 seconds
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Learn about Dairy Queen's new owner during small business week

He's quite possibly the first Punjabi to own a fast food restaurant in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. Pargat Singh is from India, and he's now the proud owner of Dairy Queen in town at only 28-years-old. Hear from him.
1/1/19 minutes, 8 seconds
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Update on BC lawsuit linked to Mount Cashel orphanage

It's taken 24 years for the men who were abused at Mount Cashel to reach a settlement with the Catholic church.... In Vancouver, a case involving some of the same abusers looks like it could wrap up in less than three.
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31-year-old Sheshatshiu mother speaks of her experience in the child care system

Put into foster care at age eight, and taken from Sheshatshiu to North Bay Ontario. We hear one woman's story from the inquiry.
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Torngat Metals submits environmental assessment for Strange Lake area rare earth mine

There's a new proposal for a potential rare earth mine just across the Quebec border from northern Labrador. Hear from Torngat Metals LTD and the Nunatsiavut Government on the proposal.
1/1/113 minutes, 11 seconds
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Free book gifting program with a Happy Valley-Goose Bay chapter

Dolly Parton is a much beloved American country singer - but did you know she also promotes the love of reading?? We find out about a free book gifting program that has a Happy Valley-Goose Bay chapter.
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The opening of the curling season in Happy Valley Goose Bay

A new curling season is around the corner. We speak with Goose Bay Curling Club's president Owen Cousins... and hear about the bonspiels -- and FUNspiels -- in store for this year.
1/1/18 minutes, 28 seconds
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Elder Janet Michel addresses the Commissioners of the Inquiry into the treatment of Innu children in care

The inquiry respecting the treatment, experiences and outcomes of Innu in the child protection system is continuing in Sheshatshiu. And every day, Innu are sharing powerful, difficult stories about what they've been through.Earlier this week, elder Janet Michel spoke about her personal experience. And a warning, the piece you're about to hear involves residential school trauma and sexual assault.
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Quadrangle NL comes to Labrador to discuss gender-affirming care

What are your experiences of gender-affirming care? An LGBTQ+ advocacy organization is coming to Happy Valley-Goose Bay, and wants to hear from members of the queer community and health care providers.
1/1/19 minutes, 36 seconds
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750 new housing options in the past couple of years. But what does that actually mean?

The government has faced scrutiny in recent weeks over housing issues. Political leaders have defended themselves by saying they've created 750 new housing options in the past couple of years. But what does that actually mean? You may be surprised at the answer.
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Labrador Straits Welcoming Communities Strategy

Welcome baskets, a new online community hub... the Labrador Straits are pulling out all the stops to make people feel more at home. We learn about the Labrador Straits Welcoming Communities Strategy.
1/1/18 minutes, 25 seconds
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Filmmaking in Labrador set to be front and center at the St. Johns international film festival

Best practices for going into Indigenous communities, industry developments... Filmmaking in Labrador is set to be front and center at the St. John's International Film Festival on Sunday.
1/1/19 minutes, 34 seconds
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Looking for a school food Coordinator for Food First NL

Helping create better school food environments in this province. Food First NL is looking for a School Food Coordinator. We find out more about the job and why it's an important position to fill.
1/1/18 minutes, 34 seconds
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Bees put to bed for winter

We find out what the buzz is at Murray Perrett's farm in Happy Valley-Goose Bay.
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Special Olympians in Labrador West win big at provincial awards

Special Olympians from Labrador West won big at the provincial awards this year. We meet some of those athletes.
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A 'hoppy' time for Happy Valley-Goose Bay couple as they harvest for a local brewery

Hops are a key ingredient for beer and some ciders, and it turns out the hop plants grow quite abundantly in Labrador. Something Sara McCarthy and her wife Jessica Dahn found out when they experimented with growing them. We'll stop by their home.
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Innu Nation withdraws from Premier Andrew Furey's Indigenous Round Table

Innu Nation says it will no longer take part in round table meetings with Premier Andrew Furey. Innu Nation Grand Chief Simon Pokue is on the line now to help explain why.
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A dive into what LGBTQ content is being taught in schools in Newfoundland and Labrador

This year, protests erupted across the country over curriculum related to sexual orientation and gender in schools. There were three in this province. But, what is actually being taught in schools? And why is it so controversial? CBC's Darrell Roberts has been digging into this issue.
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Rethinking midlife

Tonight a virtual library talk is hoping to make you rethink midlife With a virtual talk from a midlife expert
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Carbon capture utilization and storage

The province's carbon capture origin story... after the announcement of the innovation challenge last week- we learned about the political influencer who has been passionately pushing for Carbon capture and storage behind the scenes...Lake Melville MHA Perry Trimper talks about his interest.
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Be kind community group calling for more volunteers

We check in on the Be Kind community group in Lab West... and hear why they're calling on more young people to volunteer.
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What LGBTQ+ content is in the provincial school curriculum? Reporter Darrell Roberts breaks it down.

Over the past few months, we've seen protests over LGBTQ content in schools. But what's actually happening in schools in this province?
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Type 1 diabetes new provincial project

If you have type 1 diabetes, it may seem like an impossible dream to avoid thinking about your blood sugar. But a new provincial pilot project is giving kids hope for blood sugar readings and insulin delivery.
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Future teachers tour Labrador, hear what they are learning about teaching

Big teaching opportunities in the Big Land. We hear why nine education students are touring Labrador... and hear what they're learning about teaching during their trip.
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Banish the Beard fundraiser in Labrador West

Banish the Beard! A local Wabush resident is putting his beard up for donation. Kent Tarrent will let the highest donor to his cancer fundraiser, cut off his 4 year old beard, which is over 16 inches long.
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Mental health advocate's concerns on the six-bed mental health unit that has yet to open at the Labrador Health Centre

It's supposed to be an extension of mental health care in Labrador...but a new six-bed mental health unit at the Labrador Health Centre still isn't open. We find out what's happening.
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Happy Valley-Goose Bay women on thoughts around certain Halloween decorations

We speak to a Happy Valley-Goose Bay woman who says some Hallowe'en decorations can cross a line... and can actually trigger painful, traumatic memories.
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Marie Martha Andrew shares her thoughts at the inquiry into Innu's experience with the child protection system

The inquiry looking into how Innu children in care were treated is continuing community meetings this week We hear from one of the speakers in Sheshatshiu.
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Jarvis Penashue's shares at the Inquiry respecting the treatment, experiences and outcomes of Innu children in care

A Sheshatshiu man says a member of the local church preyed on him as a child. We hear his testimony from the inquiry into the treatment of Innu children in care.
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A toe-tally unique trick or treat bag in Labrador West

A Lab West man who loves Halloween isn't letting a recent health ailment get in the way of having some fun. We hear about his toe-tally unique trick or treat bag,
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Former foster parent on what's lacking in child care system

Proper funding for beds as children grow, proper funding for food on medical trips. A former foster parent will tell us what supports are lacking in the system.
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Michel Nuna says there needs to be big changes for children in care after they age out of the system

The inquiry into the treatment of Innu children in care has to help children who age out of the system That's according to Michel Nuna. We hear what he told the inquiry yesterday.
1/1/17 minutes, 44 seconds
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Body builder Tyler Jones on his recent win

A bodybuilder from Happy Valley-Goose Bay won a big competition in Houston, Texas. That award came with ten grand. We catch up with Tyler Jones.
1/1/17 minutes, 20 seconds
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Team at Innu Education is hitting the road to prepare for the future

The team at Innu Education is hitting the road, has been hard at work preparing for the future. Now it's time for them to find out what other First Nations are doing to ensure.
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Traveling exhibit "In their own words" gives residential school survivors space to share their stories

A travelling exhibition is giving residential school survivors the space to share their own stories, in their own words.
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Pursuit of hoppy-ness for Labrador city beer brewer

Small batch beers made with Labrador-grown hops! We find out what's brewing in Labrador West!
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The Inquiry into the treatment of Innu children inn care has wrapped up in Sheshatshiu

The inquiry into the treatment of Innu children in care has wrapped up in Sheshatshiu. We hear about the final day.
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Ghost stories

We hear a few people form Labrador tell their ghost stories, that will send a chill down your spine!
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Heat pump incentives for rural Canadians

The federal government wants more people to use electric heat pumps as a way to heat their homes rather than home oil furnaces. Now, it's offering some incentives for rural Canadians. Labrador MP, Yvonne Jones fills us in.
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Gymnastics athlete of the year

A teen from Labrador City backflipped his way to the top in gymnastics this year. We meet Gabe Flynn, the province's gymnastics athlete of the year.
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Kids tell reporter John Gaudi how excited they are for Halloween

It's the most wonderful time of the year...for children! It's Hallowe'en. And we're dropping by a school in Happy Valley-Goose Bay to hear just how excited they are.
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Reusing your Jack-o-lantern for compost

Don't throw your jack-o-lantern in the junk tomorrow! That's the plea of one Makkovik gardener. We hear how to add your pumpkin to the community compost pile.
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Mending Mondays in the Straits

A group of artisans are getting together to help mend what might be broken They're holding mending Mondays in the Labrador Straits.
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Residential school survivor in Nain says he would rather see the Moravian church apologize than the province

A residential school survivor in Nain says he would rather see the Moravian church apologize than the province. We hear his perspective.
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Nunatsiavut on the upcoming apology from the Premier

The Premier is going to each Nunatsiavut community to deliver an apology to residential school survivors. We hear from Nunatsiavut on why this is happening now.
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Oooky, spooky haunted house

Oooky, spooky and a little bit kooky. Haunted house season is upon us! Zack dared to venture through the haunted house at the Labrador Friendship Center here in Happy Valley-Goose Bay... and we hear a little of what that sounded like.
1/1/15 minutes, 45 seconds
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Residential school survivors

The province's long-awaited apology to Nunatsiavut residential school survivors began yesterday. We hear from survivors in Rigolet and Postville.
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Day of the dead in the Philippines

Hallowe'en has come and gone for another year... but now it's time to celebrate the Day of the Dead. We hear how that holiday is celebrated in the Philippines.
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Toe-tally cool Halloween surprise

We told you about the “toes” in the trick or treat bags, we get to hear the reaction of someone who found one of the “toes”.
1/1/14 minutes, 33 seconds
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Labrador tea harvesting

Drinking tea is a BREW-tiful thing. We find why a Happy Valley-Goose Bay man is passionate about harvesting local plants to make his own tea.
1/1/19 minutes, 4 seconds
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Woman of Labrador, a one woman show -coming back to Labrador

Woman of Labrador...a play based on Elizabeth Goudie's much beloved memoir...is returning to Happy Valley-Goose Bay!
1/1/19 minutes, 31 seconds
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Looking for traditional cookbook recipes

A group in North West River is looking for traditional recipes of the area. We dig into that.
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The Premier's apology to residential school survivors in Postville and Rigolet

We hear some of the Premier's apology to residential school survivors in Rigolet and Postville yesterday.
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Red Bays whale display has a new home

The Red Bay whale display has a new home. We hear about an open house taking place today.
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Residential school survivor says she would prefer the province to listen

A residential school survivor says she's going to see what the province has to say But would prefer if they stayed to listen to survivors Instead of apologizing and leaving
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Reaction to premier's apology to residential school survivors

For some residential school survivors and their family members, Premier Andrew Furey's apologies are helping their healing journey. But others have decided to avoid the provincial apologies. We hear reaction to the residential school survivor apologies in Makkovik and Hopedale on Thursday.
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Premier's apology to residential school survivors in Makkovik and Hopedale

We hear how it sounded Thursday when Premier Andrew Furey brought his apology to residential school survivors in Makkovik and Hopedale.
1/1/16 minutes, 44 seconds
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Update on Green Depot in Labrador West

We bring you the latest on the rebirth of the Green Depot in Labrador West
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Sheshatshiu's Mary Ann Penashue talks painting and culture ahead of her latest gallery show in St. John's

Mary Ann Penashue, a painter from Sheshatshiu Innu First Nation, is doing her second exhibit at the Christine Parker Gallery in St. John's. Ahead of her exhibit, she sat down with Labrador Morning's Heidi Atter to talk about her art.
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Indigenous youth roots

They want to help shape the future for Indigenous youth in Labrador but they need your help to do it. We hear from Indigenous Youth Roots.
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Labradorians on family feud

We surveyed 100 Labradorians. What family will be on Family Feud Canada tonight? The #1 answer was The Martins from Labrador West. We hear about their adventure.
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Residential School survivor says premiers apology took too long

We hear from a residential school survivor who says the premier's apology took too long -- and we hear why he wants the province to prove that it's serious about truth and reconciliation.
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Dropping by the Gull Island Gathering to prepare porcupine

Food brings people closer together... even if things get prickly with everyone in the kitchen.... We're dropping by the Gull Island Gathering to learn how porcupine is prepared for the cooking pot.
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Provincial apologies and what Inuit leaders are watching for in the wake of them

The premier has apologized to residential school survivors in Nunatsiavut. But how will the province support survivors on the North Coast from here? We hear what Inuit leaders are watching for in the wake of the provincial apologies.
1/1/111 minutes, 46 seconds
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Pumpkins for piggies

Pigs who love pumpkins. We're dropping by Taiga Valley farm just outside of Happy Valley-Goose Bay. We meet some piggies and speak with farmer Brian Davis, who's been taking your Hallowe'en pumpkins.
1/1/19 minutes, 40 seconds
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Nunatsiavut Fisheries Workshop

It's a chance for all levels of the fisheries to come together And Torngat Secretariat is looking for more harvesters to take part. We hear about the Nunatsiavut Fisheries.
1/1/19 minutes, 7 seconds
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Ultramarathon runner Chris Griffin

Rain or shine, nothing stops this runner! We tell you the story of an ultramarathon runner from HVGB who ran fifty kilometers under some pretty nasty conditions.
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Winter advice

Well, it's starting to feel very winter-y this morning in Happy Valley-Goose Bay... and as someone from Bangladesh, I need a little advice. We hear some Labrador winter wisdom from shoppers outside the Happy Valley-Goose Bay co-op yesterday.
1/1/18 minutes, 55 seconds
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Queer history in the province

A story of struggle and immense pride… we speak with author Rhea Rollmann about her new book on queer history in the province.
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Why has there been a delay in opening new mental health unit in Happy Valley - Goose Bay

Why has there been a delay in opening the new mental health unit in Happy Valley-Goose Bay? We put that question to Newfoundland and Labrador Health Services.
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Historical account on the perseverance, resilience, and strength of traditional Inuit life has been published

A new historical account of the perseverance, resilience and strength of traditional Inuit life has just been published. We speak to two of the people behind the project.
1/1/19 minutes, 7 seconds
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New Poverty Reduction plan and what it means for Labrador

The province is making a push to reduce poverty and hunger, especially among children. We hear about the new Poverty Reduction Plan and what it means for Labrador.
1/1/113 minutes, 14 seconds
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Preparing for the annual Christmas Hampers in Labrador West

With the holiday season fast approaching, the Labrador West Ministerial Food Bank is offering up its annual Christmas hampers.
1/1/17 minutes, 10 seconds
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Diwali in Southern Labrador

We hear how a southern Labrador resident who's originally from Mauritius is finally getting the opportunity to celebrate Diwali with her community.
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Seeking to create an Inuit protected area surrounding the Torngats

The Nunatsiavut government is seeking to create an Inuit protected area surrounding the Torngats We hear what that would mean and what kind of protection it would involve.
1/1/16 minutes, 33 seconds
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Learning about Indigenous soldiers

Rigolet students have been learning all about the Indigenous soldiers from their community who have served. We learn about them too, when we speak with their teacher.
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NunatuKavut community council wants to continue conversations on wellbeing and violence prevention

The NunatuKavut Community Council wants to continue the conversation on wellbeing and violence prevention. We hear about a series of events planned for people in the community.
1/1/16 minutes, 42 seconds
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The Kaviguak drum dancer group in Makkovik

We hear from an 8 year old who finds throat singing addictive... and we learn more about the Kaviguak drum dancer group in Makkovik.
1/1/15 minutes, 10 seconds
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A cycling journey across the province

Being on the open road and strumming his guitar have helped him through the years... Now a man who grew up in Labrador is hoping to raise money so more kids can have instruments. We hear about his cycling journey across the province.
1/1/110 minutes, 9 seconds
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Labrador Takes on Family Feud

The Martin family from Wabush took a turn on Family Feud Canada and they won! Not once, not twice, but three times. We chat with them about their adventure.
1/1/16 minutes, 38 seconds
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Looking for firefighters in Cartwright

The Cartwright Fire Department is putting out a desperate plea for members, and they say they're not alone in struggling for volunteers. But the deputy fire chief has some ideas that might help.
1/1/19 minutes, 28 seconds
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Taylor swift fans scammed in Labrador West

It’s Taylor Swift's world and we’re just living in it. But there is a price to pay for such fandom, we speak with a resident of Labrador City who was scammed out of a large sum of money.
1/1/19 minutes, 32 seconds
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The Aboriginal sport and recreation circle hopes to start up archery program throughout the province

The Aboriginal sport and recreation circle hopes to start up archery programs right throughout the province... So they're hoping to coach the coaches in their own communities.
1/1/16 minutes, 44 seconds
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Water issues in Natuashish

The tap water is too salty to drink or cook with in Natuashish right now. We talk to a resident about how the community is coping at the moment.
1/1/13 minutes, 22 seconds
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A cookie smile that supports your local search and rescue team

A cookie, a smile, and a chance to support your local Search and Rescue team. You can find it all at Tom Hortons in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. We bring you the details.
1/1/16 minutes, 18 seconds
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Clare's law in our Province

Clare's Law is now in effect in our province. But a Woman's Centre in Labrador says it's just one step in what's needed to help victims of violence. We hear from a social worker for more.
1/1/18 minutes, 37 seconds
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A journey with diabetes

The topic of diabetes is one we all might be familiar with... but imagine living with it for 32 years. Michele Wood join us in the studio today to talk about her journey.
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According to nutrition North, Nain has highest grocery costs if any community in the program

According to Nutrition North, Nain has the HIGHEST grocery costs of any community in the program. We hear from two researchers keeping a close eye on the Nutrition North subsidy--and we drop by the Northmart in Nain to hear from shoppers.
1/1/111 minutes, 14 seconds
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A beloved home in Paradise River, Labrador

A beloved old house in Paradise River, Labrador succumbed to a fire earlier this month. We learn why the house was considered a landmark in the community for many years -- and we hear some stories about what life was like inside that home.
1/1/18 minutes, 29 seconds
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War story form Dave Paddon

It took folks in Central Labrador a while to get the news that World War One was over. We tell you how they found out several months later.
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Roland Shears community Christmas hampers in happy Valley - Goose Bay

Applications are open for the Roland Shears Community Christmas Hampers in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. We hear all the details on how to apply.
1/1/15 minutes, 14 seconds
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OKâlaKatiget Society Radio

A show dedicated to Inukituk language recently resumed after being paused for several months. We hear from the new host and the senior producer of OKâlaKatiget Society Radio.
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Mission Kitty's Christmas expansion

Santa’s elves were in Wabush this week helping Mission Kitty Thrift shop. They were setting up their Christmas section, just in time for the holidays. We take you there.
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Group in Labrador west offers ideas to create a greener planet

Are you looking for ways to help create a greener planet? An event coming up this Friday in Labrador City can offer ideas. We hear about it.
1/1/15 minutes, 57 seconds
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What seniors need in our province

What do our seniors in the province need right now? The seniors advocate has twelve recommendations to help. We hear about her latest report
1/1/19 minutes, 5 seconds
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Labrador fisherman's first year with automatic longline system

A Labrador fisherman says there's been lots of lessons learned with new modernizing equipment. We hear about his first season with an automatic longline system.
1/1/14 minutes, 51 seconds
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Trauma and alcohol misuse treatment program being held in Nain

It's a chance to learn about the roots of addiction, without stigmatizing the addiction itself. The Nunatsiavut Government is offering a treatment program focused on healing through land and culture. It takes place in Nain for five days, starting on Monday. It's run by the Trauma and Addictions Community Mobile Treatment Team. Hear from the team.
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A Labrador pottery teacher hopes to share the light with an exhibit of community-made lanterns

It's a project to spread some light! Emily Best is a pottery artist and teacher in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. All summer she's been working with people in the community to create lanterns to shine around town. Best is holding an exhibit to showcase the lanterns this weekend. Hear from her and two participants.
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Chief John Nui shares message to people trafficking drugs to Natuashish

The Chief of Mushuau Innu First Nation said people are making their way onto the reserve to sell drugs as annual payouts are coming soon. While at the same time, Chief John Nui said they are mouring three recent deaths.
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Labrador West Smile cookies fundraising for Hopes Haven sell out in less than two days

Smile cookies at Tim Hortons in Labrador West were raising money for Hope Haven, the women's transition house. The cookies were so good, they sold out in just two days. Now there's another sweet treat available! Hear from Nicole Young, Executive Director of Hope Haven.
1/1/13 minutes, 56 seconds
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48th annual creative arts festival is underway

Kids from all across Labrador are stepping into the spotlight this week, for the 48th annual Creative Arts Festival! We speak to festival co-founder Tim Borlase.
1/1/19 minutes, 40 seconds
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Understanding though more than the written word

It's research week at the Labrador Campus, and one area of focus is expanding our traditional understanding of learning and sharing. A workshop for students tonight is looking at understanding through more than the written word.
1/1/17 minutes, 39 seconds
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Transgender day of remembrance and why its important

Today is Transgender Day of Remembrance and we talk to a member from the community on why this day is so important.
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Accessibility concerns in Happy Valley - Goose Bay

Two disability advocates in Happy Valley-Goose Bay say more needs to be done to improve accessibility in town. We hear their concerns... and get a response from Mayor Andrews.
1/1/118 minutes, 1 second
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Michael Saunders desperately wants to go home

He's been in St. John's for over a year, and his world is scarcely bigger than his basement apartment. Michael Saunders desperately wants to go home, but he has complex needs, and no one can figure out how to get him there.
1/1/19 minutes, 45 seconds
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gh2 revises its Environmental Statement before the provincial government, some people living on the port au port peninsula wait and worry

While world energy gh2 revises its Environmental Statement before the provincial government, some people living on the port au port peninsula wait and worry.
1/1/19 minutes, 34 seconds
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Resources from Kids help phone

If you're a young person struggling right now, or if you know a young person who is, we tell you about the resources available from Kids Help Phone.
1/1/17 minutes, 36 seconds
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Banish the beard

Would you chop off a beard that was four years old and 17 inches long? One Wabush resident did it for Air Daffodil. We were there for the shave.
1/1/15 minutes, 2 seconds
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Research week at the Labrador Campus of Memorial University

It's research week at the Labrador Campus of Memorial University. We hear about a session happening today that will help people learn from the land
1/1/15 minutes, 32 seconds
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NL Fire Commissioner responds to concerns from Cartwright Volunteer Fire Department

Any major fire is potentially tragic, especially if the fire department can't help. That's the danger facing some communities. Earlier this week, we heard from Terry Gullage, the Deputy Fire Chief in Cartwright. He told us that a shortage of firefighters could leave them unable to respond to some emergencies as they issued an urgent plea for volunteers. While some people have responded, Gullage says the province should do more in-community training to help recruitment. The province says there are regional training officers who can do in-community training and technology is helping train firefighters as well. Hear from Robert Fowler, the Fire Commissioner for the province.
1/1/19 minutes, 25 seconds
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Seismic analyst tells us about earthquakes in Labrador

A two-point-nine earthquake was recorded near Postville a few weeks ago. It happened about 18-kilometres below the crust of the earth. We're going to hear more.
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The Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada wants to help local businesses take advantage of local attractions

The Indigenous Tourism Association in Canada wants to help northern Indigenous businesses get accredited. So they can have access to promotion and funding. They're holding workshops to help.
1/1/18 minutes, 19 seconds
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NunatuKavut community council has withdrawn a court case against the Federal Government

The NunatuKavut Community Council has withdrawn a court case against the Federal Government. We hear more on what it was all about.
1/1/17 minutes, 36 seconds
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A provincial grant is helping women take part in cultural retreats

A provincial grant is helping women take part in cultural retreats. We hear about the program from the Mokami Status of Women Council and Labrador Friendship Centre
1/1/19 minutes, 12 seconds
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Labrador Creative arts festival

Murder mysteries, ancestral lore, unconventional family structures... there's no shortage of variety at the Creative Arts Festival this year! We meet some of the Labrador teens writing and performing plays for the festival.
1/1/19 minutes, 16 seconds
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Listening to Labrador Morning down under

We meet a Labrador Morning devotee from Down Under! She lives among kangaroos, wombats and snakes, but listens to our show every night.
1/1/111 minutes, 10 seconds
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New park that caters to seniors in Labrador West

What do Labrador West residents want in a new park that caters to seniors? We drop in to hear that discussion.
1/1/16 minutes, 13 seconds
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Virtual health care plans for our Province

If you're looking for a doctor, you might find one on the phone or on your computer. We find out about the provincial government's new plans for virtual health care.
1/1/110 minutes, 3 seconds
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Food First N-L is working to get country foods into long term care in Happy Valley - Goose Bay

Food First N-L is working to get country foods into long term care in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. We get an update on how that work is going so far
1/1/18 minutes, 59 seconds
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Head over heels at the Labrador Creative arts festival

From high flying cartwheels to using sphero-robots to make art...we catch up with some students from the Labrador coast taking part in this year's Labrador Creative Arts Festival.
1/1/111 minutes, 29 seconds
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Continuing to looking back into when UFO'S came to black tickle

We continue looking into the day two UFOs came to Black Tickle, and we hear about the mysterious fire that burned in a bog.
1/1/18 minutes, 11 seconds
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Business awards from the Labrador North Chamber of Commerce

A night of appreciation for local businesses. We hear about business awards given out by the Labrador North Chamber of Commerce last weekend.
1/1/14 minutes, 23 seconds
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Toys for Joys fundraiser in Labrador West

Feel like dancing this Saturday night in Labrador West?? How about dancing to help raise money for toys this holiday season?? We hear all about the Toys for Joys annual fundraising dance.
1/1/14 minutes, 38 seconds
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Sponsor a Mom and Sponsor a Dad fundraisers in Labrador West

We hear from two Labrador West groups prioritizing parents this holiday season. We hear about the "Sponsor a Mom" and "Sponsor a Dad" fundraisers
1/1/18 minutes, 59 seconds
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Gift initiative for seniors in Happy Valley - Goose Bay

The long term care home in Happy Valley-Goose Bay is blown away by the public's generosity this year. We hear about a gift initiative for seniors.
1/1/15 minutes, 59 seconds
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Overcrowded, underfunded. Housing on the north coast of Labrador is in the national spotlight

Overcrowded, underfunded. Housing on the north coast of Labrador is in the national spotlight. We bring you a special report.
1/1/115 minutes, 19 seconds
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Hearing from a Rigolet artist about how the EU's ban on seal products is continuing to hurt Inuit crafters

Some had hoped Prime Minister Trudeau would prioritize the seal ban during talks with EU leaders in St. John's last week. We hear from a Rigolet artist about how the EU's ban on seal products is continuing to hurt Inuit crafters
1/1/114 minutes, 45 seconds
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Flying twin pilots of Labrador

We meet a mischievous pair of identical twin pilots, working for Air Borealis here in Labrador... and we learn the best way to tell the twin tricksters apart.
1/1/18 minutes, 47 seconds
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The Inquiry into the treatment of Innu Children in care is gathering statements in Natuashish this week

The Inquiry into the treatment of Innu Children in care is gathering statements in Natuashish this week We learn what supports will be available for people during this time
1/1/18 minutes
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Black tickle UFO story continued

The Black Tickle UFO isn't the only time we've seen mysterious things in Labrador's skies. We take a wider view.
1/1/14 minutes, 58 seconds
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Canada-EU Summit

A whirlwind meeting of international leaders in downtown St. John's.... We get the inside scoop on what went down at Friday's Canada-EU Summit.... Peter Cowan tells us more.
1/1/111 minutes, 8 seconds
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Ice conditions on the North Coast

Ice, Ice... Maybe? Coming up, we'll check in with SmartICE about current conditions on the north coast.
1/1/17 minutes, 44 seconds
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Coalition of Persons with Disabilities NL on new Canada Disability Benefit Act

People with disabilities could receive, at maximum, about $200 a month from the federal government’s new Canada Disability Act. But advocates say that isn’t nearly enough to help lift people out of poverty. We hear from Nancy Reid, the executive director of the Coalition of Persons with Disabilities NL.
1/1/112 minutes, 34 seconds
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Discussion about Labrador nursing students in House of Assembly

Did Happy Valley-Goose Bay nursing students pay out of pocket for work experience in St. John's? Will they be reimbursed for their travels? These questions sparked some squabbles in the House of Assembly yesterday. We hear what that sounded like.
1/1/15 minutes, 56 seconds
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Labrador students at IndSpire Soaring Conference for Indigenous youth

Labrador youth are in Ottawa this week to network and learn about future career opportunities. We hear from two of them.
1/1/16 minutes, 10 seconds
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MHA Lela Evans addresses access to mental health care in House of Assembly

Mental health care in Labrador was highlighted at the House of Assembly yesterday.We hear from the MHA for Torngat Mountains on this issue, and then hear response from the provincial Minister of Health.
1/1/15 minutes, 28 seconds
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Rhivu's turkey meet and greet

Do you think it's fair if the host of the turkey drive has never seen a turkey? We thought it isn't just unfair... it's downright unacceptable. So, Rhivu went to his very first turkey meet-and-greet... all while wearing a turkey suit.
1/1/18 minutes, 59 seconds
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Alex Saunders on working in the commercial sealing industry

Inuit elder Alex Saunders used to hunt seals commercially for a decade....but a lot would have to change for the Labrador fisher to get back into it. We hear some of his stories and thoughts on the European and U.S. bans on seal products.
1/1/19 minutes, 41 seconds
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The continuation of the Inquiry into the treatment of Innu children in care in Natuashish

The loss of a grandmother and finding a way back to culture... We hear from the inquiry into the treatment of Innu children in care in Natuashish.
1/1/111 minutes, 3 seconds
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Learning more about sea ice effects in central and southern Labrador

Memorial University and NunatuKavut want to learn more about sea ice effects in central and southern Labrador. We hear about what's been observed so far...
1/1/16 minutes, 41 seconds
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We learn about the play "Mad Gravity" -- and hear from some cast and crew in the local production

This weekend it might be the end of the world… on stage at the Labrador West Arts and Culture Centre, anyway. We learn about the play "Mad Gravity" -- and hear from some cast and crew in the local production.
1/1/15 minutes, 56 seconds
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Feed NL

Stephen Hillier led a happy life as a home care worker. Now, he's relying on food hampers to survive. He says he never saw it coming...and he's not alone.
1/1/16 minutes, 57 seconds
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Revitalizing Innu-Aimun in schools

The Innu School Board and Sheshatshiu School want to talk about revitalizing Innu-aimun in schools. They're inviting the community to a special meeting all about this on Friday. We hear the details.
1/1/19 minutes, 28 seconds
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The only active seal products processor in the province

We speak with the only active processor of seal products in this province, and find out if any products are actually making it into a European market ...that after the President of the European Commission said an exemption for Indigenous harvesters is working.
1/1/110 minutes, 49 seconds
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Local brewery selling beer made with locally-grown hops

You've probably heard of a few local craft breweries. But a local brewery selling beer made with locally-grown hops?? That's pretty local! We hear about Iron Rock's latest hyper-local beer.
1/1/19 minutes, 58 seconds
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Nunatsiavut was born 18 years ago

Nunatsiavut was born 18 years ago....we ask President Johannes Lampe about the accomplishments and the challenges still facing Labrador Inuit.
1/1/18 minutes, 29 seconds
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This month is the 20th Anniversary for Labrador West's chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving

This month is the 20th Anniversary for Labrador West's chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving. The group is holding a ceremony on Monday to honor those who have been lost to impaired driving. We hear all the details -- and learn more about the group's history.
1/1/17 minutes, 13 seconds
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The continuation of the Inquiry into the treatment of Innu children in care in Natuashish

An Innu man wants people to know what the child protection system did to his brother We hear from him at the inquiry into the treatment of Innu children in care in Natuashish.
1/1/18 minutes, 6 seconds
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We continue our coverage of the inquiry into the treatment of Innu children in care

A woman's experience being taken out of northern Labrador and placed in North Bay. We continue our coverage of the inquiry into the treatment of Innu children in care.
1/1/19 minutes, 8 seconds
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Lela Evans on the federal housing advocate's report on Inuit housing

The MHA for Torngat Mountains is calling the housing situation in Nunatsiavut "a violation of human rights." We hear from Lela Evans about the federal housing advocate's report on Inuit housing.
1/1/19 minutes, 54 seconds
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How to deal with grief during the Holidays

With the holidays fast approaching, it’s a busy but happy time for most. But that isn’t the case for everyone. If you’re dealing with grief this season, or know someone who is, there is an event you might be interested in.
1/1/18 minutes, 16 seconds
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Lego users in Labrador

Have you ever wondered how Lego turns into passion and serious art? Well, there's a dedicated group for just that. We hear from the vice president of Newfoundland and Labrador Lego Users Group.
1/1/17 minutes, 31 seconds
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What's next for the the Inquiry Respecting the Treatment, Experiences and Outcomes of Innu children in care

The inquiry into the treatment of Innu children in care has wrapped for the year.We hear about what's next as we look toward January.
1/1/17 minutes, 49 seconds
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Reopening the Paddon Home

Breathing new life into the Paddon Home. We speak with Lake Melville MHA Perry Trimper about a new collaborative approach to health care, coming soon to the iconic building in Happy Valley-Goose Bay.
1/1/110 minutes, 58 seconds
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Sharing the beauty of Natuashish one photo at a time

A husband and wife duo are working to share the beauty of Natuashish's land and people We hear from them.
1/1/19 minutes, 36 seconds
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A Jeep on the ski trails in Labrador West

You're out for a cross-country ski, relaxing in nature... only to happen upon a jeep on the trails. We hear about the jeep jamming up a Menihek Nordic Ski club trail in Labrador West.
1/1/16 minutes, 28 seconds
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NL Hydro responds to concerns over multiple power outages in Charlottetown

Rick Kennedy, regional manager for Labrador with Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro, said there is a specific piece of equipment that was causing issues and NL Hydro staff are working to replace it.
1/1/15 minutes, 17 seconds
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Moose Survey in Nain area

Torngat Secretariat has finished a moose survey in the Nain area. Now they're sharing those results back to the community. We get a preview.
1/1/15 minutes, 28 seconds
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Free French classes in Happy Valley-Goose Bay

Free French classes are being offered at the College of the North Atlantic in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. We check in with the teacher about how class is going.
1/1/18 minutes, 9 seconds
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Trying to stop break and enters at a business in North West River

From bars on windows....and security cameras...to now hiring an overnight security guard. We hear what Leander Baikie is doing to try and protect his businesses from break-and-enters in North West River.
1/1/110 minutes, 38 seconds
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Theater preview this holiday season

A modern, feminist twist on "A Christmas Carol," a ballet performance, a magician and mentalist... there's all kinds of theatre to take in this holiday season. We bring you our monthly preview of performances at the Lawrence O'Brien Centre and the Labrador West Arts and Culture Centre.
1/1/15 minutes, 56 seconds
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Trails Update: Labrador West looks at the snow situation on the trails

Skidoo season is here! We're kicking off our weekly winter trail update series, starting in Labrador West. Meet the incoming president of the White Wolf Snowmobile Club.
1/1/16 minutes, 9 seconds
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Association Francophone du Labrador celebrates its 50th anniversary

The Labrador West Francophone community is marking a golden anniversary. The association keeping the language strong looks back at the past and into the future.
1/1/17 minutes, 44 seconds
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December 7th Edition of What's the Happs

Find out the latest events happening right throughout Labrador and how you can partake!
1/1/16 minutes, 4 seconds
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Joan and Sam Dicker share the Christmas traditions in Nain

The Nain couple stop by the studio in Happy Valley-Goose Bay to talk Christmas and gospel songs, Christmas traditions and more.
1/1/17 minutes, 7 seconds
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Annual turkey drive 2023

Well its our annual turkey drive. Join us as we raise money and get turkeys, as well as hear from some special guests!
1/1/11 hour, 42 minutes, 19 seconds
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From driving heavy trucks to the runway Labrador women takes on the catwalk

If you suddenly find yourself catwalking alongside all professional models, how'd you feel? We hear Coralee Evoy's story from the 4th Vancouver Indigenous Fashion Week.
1/1/17 minutes, 27 seconds
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Concern that Traditional Innu crafts may fade

There's concern in Natuashish that traditional Innu crafts might fade. We speak with a crafter and her former student about their hopes for the future. .
1/1/111 minutes, 34 seconds
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The health authority is spending millions on rent for travel nurses and locums and it's pricing others out of the market

If you're looking for a place to rent in the province, you may find tough competition from an unexpected source. The health authority is spending millions on rent for travel nurses and locums and it's pricing others out of the market. We have that story.
1/1/18 minutes, 15 seconds
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Rigolet community freezer is back in use

The Rigolet community freezer is back in business after some funding challenges. We hear about the efforts to get it back up and running
1/1/16 minutes, 34 seconds
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Helmets act in Nunatsiavut

In Nunatsiavut, helmets are no longer required for drivers or passengers in off-road vehicles.. that is, if you're outside Nunatsiavut communities. We hear from President Lampe about the new "Helmets Act."
1/1/17 minutes, 27 seconds
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You need to earn almost 27 dollars to earn a living wage says released report

According to a report released this morning, you need to earn almost 27 dollars an hour in Labrador to earn a "living wage"... and Labrador also has one of the highest living wages in the entire country. We learn more.
1/1/18 minutes, 39 seconds
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HMP inmates say they were brutally beaten by guards

Serious allegations are coming from inside Her Majesty's Penitentiary .. from inmates who say they were brutally beaten by guards... one of those inmates making the allegations died last week. We bring you that exclusive story.
1/1/18 minutes, 13 seconds
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Weather outlook for this winter in Labrador

It's shaping up to be a warmer than average winter this year. Environment and Climate Change Canada will shed light on their winter seasonal outlook.
1/1/16 minutes, 54 seconds
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Over 300 airline passengers stranded on Sunday In Happy Valley-Goose Bay

5 Wing Goose Bay welcomed over 300 stranded airline passengers to its barracks Sunday. We hear from one of those passengers.
1/1/15 minutes, 20 seconds
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Jim Goudie on Inuit led conversations at COP28

Inuit-led conservation was in the spotlight at COP28. We check in with Nunatsiavut Government's Jim Goudie who attended the UN Conference on Climate Change in Dubai.
1/1/19 minutes, 13 seconds
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Lack of affordable childcare is reportedly driving up costs for families says recent report

The lack of affordable childcare is driving up the cost of living for many families in this province, according to a recent report. And that means people need to earn more in order to make ends meet.
1/1/114 minutes, 50 seconds
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Virtual, physical and mental health services are back in southern Labrador

The NunatuKavut Community Council is once again able to offer mental health services. They also hope it's the start of a bigger program they're working toward.
1/1/17 minutes, 48 seconds
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MHA for Torngat mountains on the living wage report

We talked about a new report on Monday's show... saying that in Labrador, you have to earn almost 27 dollars to get by. But that report hasn't escaped scrutiny. We hear some criticism of that report from the MHA for Torngat Mountains.
1/1/19 minutes, 27 seconds
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Local plays twist on a Christmas Carol

It's "A Christmas Carol" with a modern twist... we hear about a theatrical performance in Labrador West, telling the tale of ELEANOR Scrooge.
1/1/18 minutes, 19 seconds
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Couple voice health care concerns in Labrador

A Labrador couple say something needs to change after a man almost starved while waiting for a specialist.
1/1/19 minutes, 53 seconds
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Telling the weather with knowledge passed down from elders

We find out how a man from Rigolet tells the weather by incorporating knowledge that's been passed down to him from elders like his grandfather.
1/1/18 minutes, 39 seconds
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New trails for ATVs, motorbikes, and side by sides in Labrador West

Snowmobilers in Labrador West have many great skidoo trails to ride on. A new group in Labrador West is wanting to do the same for the summer and fall for ATV’s, motorbikes and side by sides.
1/1/18 minutes, 16 seconds
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Federal government is funding the NunatuKavut Community Council's Inuttitut revitalization program

The NunatuKavut Community Council is getting more than a million dollars for language programming.
1/1/15 minutes, 50 seconds
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Rigolet's Jacqueline Winters talks cost of living on the north coast

The Centre for Canadian Policy Alternatives released its report on the living wage for Newfoundland & Labrador. That's the amount people should be paid, in order to make ends meet and according to the authors, a living wage for Labrador and the Northern Pennisula is almost $27/hr. Jacqueline Winters moved to Rigolet from Makkovik about five years ago. She explains the challenges for her and other families.
1/1/19 minutes, 33 seconds
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December 15 What's the Happs: Latest on events in Labrador

Hear about events from West to central and up the coast! Everything from markets to running and a song on top.
1/1/17 minutes, 36 seconds
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Destination Labrador partnering with Quebec organization for 'Expedition 51'

A new tourism venture is hoping to bring more people to Labrador and northern Quebec. It's a partnership with Destination Labrador, Tourism Côte-Nord, the Francophone association of Newfoundland and Labrador, as well as the community economic development corporation.
1/1/16 minutes, 7 seconds
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Happy Valley-Goose Bay GSAR and Grand River Snowmobile Club warn of ferry ice conditions

The Labrador Marine boats are running later into the winter than previous years. That has the local search and rescue and snowmobile club are warning people around Happy Valley-Goose Bay about ice conditions. The two have started a new campaign with signs to help spread the word.
1/1/18 minutes, 49 seconds
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Classrooms are doing overnight trips in the woods at the Sheshatshiu Innu School's cabin

The Sheshatshiu Innu School's culture cabin is being put to good use. Kids learn how to light fires, cook food, hear stories, set snares and more. Labrador Morning's Heidi Atter dropped by earlier this month to meet up with the Grade 5 class.
1/1/17 minutes, 38 seconds
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The Housing and Homelessness Coalition is hoping to have shovels in the ground for some new apartment units in Happy Valley-Goose Bay

There's a big need for seniors housing in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. We'll found out what the Housing and Homelessness Coalition is doing to give seniors an affordable place to call home. Jackie Compton-Hobbs is the Chair of the coalition's Board of Directors. She dropped by our Happy Valley-Goose Bay studio and spoke with Labrador Morning's John Gaudi.
1/1/19 minutes, 3 seconds
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Real Christmas trees are a scarce commodity in Labrador West this year

Julia Manstan, owner of Pimp My Nails Plus beauty salon, has given up her Christmas tree side hustle this year. She explained why to Labrador Morning's Darryl Dinn.
1/1/16 minutes, 48 seconds
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A retired dental therapist who traded her dental tools for a sewing needle

Coralee Evoy was the only model from Labrador at the 4th Vancouver Indigenous Fashion Week, and wore clothing designed and stitched together by her cousin April Allen - the owner of Stitched by April. Labrador Morning's Rhivu Rashid spoke with April last week.
1/1/17 minutes, 49 seconds
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A St. Lewis Christmas display has become a local landmark

One family's display has become a local landmark, inspiration site and photography backdrop! Labrador Morning's Heidi Atter spoke with Warick and Elaine Chubbs from St. Lewis.
1/1/17 minutes, 39 seconds
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Rain and warm temperatures are hitting Labrador right now

Wet enough for ya? That’s the question many residents of Labrador West have been asking. Labrador Morning's Darryl Dinn hit the streets for reaction to the weather in Lab West. Following this, we asked David Neil of Environment Canada why we're getting all this warm weather.
1/1/110 minutes, 49 seconds
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Labrador City is holding a "memory tree" for those who might be mourning a loved one

Labrador City is dedicating a Christmas tree to "the memory of our loved ones" at Centennial Playground, and everyone is invited to tie a ribbon bearing their loved one's name on the tree. Labrador Morning's Darryl Dinn spoke with Evelyn Ryan, the special events coordinator with the Town of Labrador City.
1/1/15 minutes, 19 seconds
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Christmas tree shipping costs have tripled since last year

A Nain man says if he was ordering a Christmas tree for Beyoncé, he might be able to understand the shipping cost. But he was just trying to ship a tree from Happy Valley-Goose Bay to his home in Nain, and he's pretty upset that his shipping costs have tripled since last year. Labrador Morning's Rhivu Rashid spoke with Rex Holwell of Nain and Philip Earle of Air Borealis.
1/1/116 minutes, 31 seconds
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The Komatik W is heading up and down the north coast later than usual this December

Labrador Marine has been operating the Kamutik W later than usual this December. We received an explanation from Captain Austin Daley, the general manager of Labrador Marine.
1/1/15 minutes, 57 seconds
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A cross country ski teacher shared her opinions on the latest weather in southern Labrador

Southern Labrador has no snow as we head into Christmas. It's something that's hard to believe for Port Hope-Simpson's cross country ski coordinator Roxanne Notley. We then head up to the north coast to check in with Julie Dicker ahead of what could be the community's first green Christmas.
1/1/19 minutes, 37 seconds
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Environment Canada on whether the warm spell is finally over, and what to expect next

We checked back in with David Neil, a warning preparedness meteorologist with Environment and Climate Change Canada.
1/1/18 minutes, 1 second
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Forty years ago, cabbage patch kids inspired pandemonium in the shopping aisles

Their faces inspired pandemonium in stores everywhere -- including in Hart's store in Labrador West. Betty Tulk and Shannon Karlson shared their recollections with Labrador Morning's Darryl Dinn.
1/1/18 minutes, 46 seconds
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Labrador has its first trained cohort of sexual assault nurse examiners

A group of nurses are now trained to be sexual assault nurse examiners. Labrador Morning's Heidi Atter spoke with Crystal Spontanio, manager at the Labrador Health Centre emergency room. Following this, she spoke with Stacey Hoffe, executive director of the Mokami Status of Women Council. They've been calling for sexual assault nurse examiner training in Labrador for over two years.
1/1/114 minutes, 37 seconds
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How far would you go to buy a real Christmas tree? One Labrador West resident drove almost 500 kilometres to get hers

It's been tough to track down a real Christmas tree for sale in Labrador West this year. Lisa Jenkins drove to Churchill Falls and back in pursuit of a real Christmas tree. She spoke with Labrador Morning's Darryl Dinn about why she made an almost 500 kilometre round-trip.
1/1/15 minutes, 47 seconds
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On Christmas Eve in Nain, the church service features lit candle apples, and closes with the singing of silent night.

The aroma of apples and burning candles will fill the Nain Moravian church this Christmas Eve. Joan and Sam Dicker told Labrador Morning's John Gaudi all about the special "Christingle" traditions in Nain.
1/1/110 minutes, 44 seconds
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A company is looking at possibly laying down the tracks for an electric train in Labrador

MetalQuest Mining could potentially lay down the tracks for an electric train in Labrador! But first, the company needs a partner willing to help foot the multibillion dollar bill. Labrador Morning's Andrea McGuire spoke with CEO Harry Barr.
1/1/18 minutes, 52 seconds
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The NunatuKavut Community Council brought together men and boys to pass on the knowledge of the Komatik

It's a traditional traveling box used for hundreds of years, and still today. We heard about a Komatik Box workshop bringing men and boys together. Labrador Morning's Heidi Atter spoke with Clint and Carter Clark.
1/1/18 minutes, 57 seconds
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Sheshatshiu mother calls for more Innu-aimun to be spoken to kids

Megan Rich's first language is Innu-aimun and she wants the same for her young son, Daniel. Megan says that's a challenge for anyone raising children in Sheshatshiu. Now she's gotten something to try and help: a sweater reminding people to speak Innu-aimun.
1/1/18 minutes, 40 seconds
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How to make practical New Years Resolutions with Janine Hubbard

It's the start of a new year and with it comes that perennial question: do you have any New Year's Resolutions? A registered psychologist says you might want to rethink the idea that you have to start fresh.
1/1/112 minutes, 42 seconds
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12 Days of Slush-mas community effort in Labrador West

Slush is a favourite Christmas drink but one woman in Labrador City decided to take it to the next level. She had 12 Days of Slush-mas for her mother-in-law who was visiting from Nova Scotia and it became a town effort.
1/1/18 minutes, 4 seconds
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January Arts and Culture Centre check in

Amy Norman and Bob Parsons reflect on the past year for their respective arts and culture centres and look ahead to what is coming up next.
1/1/17 minutes, 36 seconds
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Remembering Gail King through a January Fitness Challenge

Gail King had a true love of fitness. She died on December 29th. Now, her loved ones are taking part in a January Fitness Challenge in her memory and encouraging others to join in.
1/1/18 minutes, 44 seconds
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Group of 18 Labrador West fans are at World Juniors

Many hockey fans are reeling after Canada's recent loss at the World Juniors, including a large group from Labrador West who were there to witness it. Hear from one of the group members.
1/1/15 minutes, 3 seconds
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Nalujuk Night celebrations on old Christmas

Tonight, children in Nunatsiavut will be hanging their stockings once again before receiving gifts from Nalujuit when they arrive tomorrow on January 6th, or old Christmas. Hear all about the tradition.
1/1/110 minutes, 30 seconds
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Makkovik's first AngajukKak, Herb Jacque, has died

He ran movie nights back in the days of reel-to-reels, could often be heard strumming his favourite Gerald Mitchell songs, and eventually became the first AngajukKak in Makkovik. Barry Andersen remembers Herbert Jacque.
1/1/18 minutes, 43 seconds
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Ukrainians celebrate Christmas on December 25th

Canadians may be used to Ukrainian Christmas on January 6th and 7th, but this holiday season, they are celebrating along with other Christians in Canada. Ernest and Natalia Kurish hope Canadians learn Ukraine's history.
1/1/17 minutes, 22 seconds
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Smokey Mountain Ski Club struggling with lack of snow

During Christmas, the Smokey Mountain Ski Club is usually bustling with activity, but that hasn't been the case this year. Hear the latest from the ski club president.
1/1/14 minutes, 12 seconds
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Life in Labrador after one year for Ukrainians

It's been a bit more than a year since the first Ukrainian families began arriving to Labrador. We check in with a couple of them to see how the first year went.
1/1/17 minutes
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Nalujuk Night in Happy Valley Goose Bay

The Moravian Church in Happy Valley-Goose Bay was visited by four Nalujuit keeping a long standing tradition alive.
1/1/16 minutes, 38 seconds
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Environment Canada Meteorologist on the lack of snow in Labrador

It was raining in December, and the snow still isn't falling very much in Labrador. So, what's up? We speak with a Environment Canada meteorologist.
1/1/14 minutes, 46 seconds
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Rigolet's town manager on the new ice rink and newly renovated craft shop

There has been a lot on the go in Rigolet with construction at a rink and craft shop, along with a new groomer and drag. Hear from the Rigolet Inuit Community Government for more.
1/1/18 minutes, 13 seconds
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Urgent need for animal fosters for Happy Valley Goose Bay SPCA

The Happy Valley-Goose Bay SPCA says fosters are urgently needed at the moment -- especially since there's no room at the shelter for about 40 dogs from Natuashish. We hear more.
1/1/17 minutes, 56 seconds
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Snowmobilers in Labrador West avoided a near-tragedy with open water

A photo posted on Facebook showed tracks in the snow at the mouth of a local river. Those tracks indicated that riders had been running their machines over a wide stretch of open water. Hear from the White Wolf Snowmobile Club in Lab West for a safety warning.
1/1/18 minutes, 42 seconds
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Big Land Fishing Lodge featured in 90 minute documentary

"The New Fly Fisher" has profiled the Big Land Fishing Lodge. The two co-owners, took over the lodge at the beginning of the pandemic. Hear about the filming process and latest developments on the lodge.
1/1/19 minutes, 36 seconds
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MHA Lela Evans raising concerns around Air Borealis going cash-less

On January 2nd, the airline announced its transition towards a cashless payment system in the name of "modernizing and enhancing" the travel experience. This move has sparked a wave of criticism on social media as many people are worried about those who don't have bank accounts.
1/1/17 minutes, 33 seconds
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Long-time volunteer at Birch Brook Nordic Ski Club says farewell

John Graham moved to Happy Valley-Goose Bay in January of 1987. Hear a walk down memory lane.
1/1/19 minutes, 19 seconds
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Where's the snow?

It's already the 2nd week of January...and there's not much snow on the ground. We ask people in Happy Valley-Goose bay what they think of the scarcity of snow.
1/1/18 minutes, 5 seconds
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Concerns around access to public wifi on Trans Labrador Highway

CBC has heard dozens of complaints on the public wifi at Crooks Lake and Cartwright Junction being password protected, while the province says it's a server issue that should be resolved in the coming weeks.
1/1/18 minutes, 50 seconds
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Accessing affordable childcare is a challenge for some parents in Labrador

Finding affordable childcare is a big obstacle facing many parents, especially given the high cost of living in Labrador. We speak with a Happy Valley-Goose Bay Mother about what needs to change.
1/1/19 minutes, 25 seconds
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Life skill teachers are helping future generations know their culture and traditions

Children in Hopedale are learning more than math and spelling at school...Three Life Skills teachers are making sure they know their culture and traditions.
1/1/17 minutes, 36 seconds
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Minister Lisa Dempster explains changes to Medical Transportation Assistance Program

The provincial government is trying to lessen the financial burden on people who have to travel for medical reasons by looking at the out-of-pocket cost for some flights, mileage allowance and per diem rates.
1/1/115 minutes, 9 seconds
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Nain DHSD working to create programming for people 31 and older

For youth under 30, there's often sports, craft sessions, music lessons and more, but once you're not a youth and not yet a senior, there can be a lack of programs. Tracy Denniston explains how they're working to fill the gap.
1/1/15 minutes, 58 seconds
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Innu Nation taking federal and provincial governments to court over treatment in day schools

Innu Nation and several of its members have launched a class action lawsuit against the Government of Canada and the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador. The suit is on behalf of Innu who experienced mistreatment in day schools in Sheshatshiu, Davis Inlet and Natuashish. It was filed yesterday in Supreme Court. Hear from Grand Chief Simon Pokue.
1/1/110 minutes, 5 seconds
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Turning trash into art: Step into Mina Campbell's workshop

Mina Campbell is asking for anyone with used saw blades to send them her way for her to make new uluit with the metal blades, including at an upcoming workshop. It's a crafting passion she discovered during the pandemic.
1/1/17 minutes
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Two parent reactions to HockeyNL banning the post-game handshake

The new rule Hockey N-L handed down for minor boys hockey doesn't sit well with some Labrador hockey families.
1/1/18 minutes, 55 seconds
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Grand River Snowmobile Club gives a trail update

There's freshly fallen snow here in Happy Valley-Goose Bay and more snow could be coming over the weekend. So how are those snowmobile trails looking? Listen for our weekly update.
1/1/14 minutes, 41 seconds
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Where are the Birds? with Vernon Buckle

An avid birder in Forteau says there's been a lack of birds at his birdfeeder this winter. We'll hear the details.
1/1/18 minutes, 24 seconds
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SmartICE update on how the sea ice is forming so far off the north coast

People on the North Coast are waiting to see if the cold temperatures will stick around so sea ice can continue to form and get thick for safe winter travel. Hear the latest in sea ice conditions from Rex Holwell with SmartICE.
1/1/17 minutes, 4 seconds
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SmartICE publish Inuttitut ice terminology booklet and posters

The Nain community management committee with SmartICE has been working to create a booklet with dozens of Inuttitut words and pictures. They are launching it today.
1/1/18 minutes, 39 seconds
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Author Kevin Major talks his new murder mystery based at the Point Amour Lighthouse

There's quite a view from the top of the Point Amour lighthouse, but with that view could come danger. That Point Amour lighthouse is the setting for Kevin Major's latest murder mystery novel. It's called "Five for Forteau."
1/1/18 minutes, 22 seconds
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Past Cain's Quest racers share thoughts on 2024 race

Last year's Cain's Quest is still fresh in the minds of John and Mark Nui. The racers from Natuashish made it as far as Port Hope Simpson at the time, but then the treacherous conditions brought on by warm weather and heavy rains- brought their route to an end. Hear their thoughts on this years' race.
1/1/19 minutes, 54 seconds
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Natuashish woman started her own food bank to fill a need

Ivy Pijogge-Andrews hopes to help food insecurity in Natuashish. She has opened the first food bank in Natuashish. She runs it by herself, gathering all the donations and distributing food to families in need.
1/1/18 minutes, 27 seconds
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Credit Counselling Services of NL talk Payday Loans

A credit counsellor says loans that promise quick, easy cash at very high interest might look like a solution to your money problems, but they cause a lot more problems than they solve.
1/1/19 minutes, 11 seconds
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Cain's Quest Chairperson Chris Lacey talks excitement, concerns ahead of 2024 race

Cain's Quest will be here before we know it, but after last year's cancellation and during a winter with less snow and ice than usual, how's this year's race plan shaping up? Hear from Cain's Quest chairperson Chris Lacey.
1/1/18 minutes, 12 seconds
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Environment and Climate Change Canada talks what can be expected in the storm

The forecast is calling for a winter storm that is expected to bring plenty of snow and high winds to the Labrador coast and the Upper Lake Melville area. Hear from Meteorologist David Neil from the Gander Weather Office.
1/1/15 minutes, 36 seconds
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Happy Valley-Goose Bay woman asking for your tangled items

Does a bundle of tangled yarn tie you up in knots? Hear about the joys of untangling and hear why a Happy Valley-Goose Bay woman is asking for donations of knotted yarn and jewelry.
1/1/15 minutes, 30 seconds
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Hot cocoa and storm chips: How you are preparing for the storm

High winds and heavy snow are expected for most of Labrador over the next couple of days. We stopped by Terrington Co-op in Happy Valley-Goose Bay to see what people are doing to prepare.
1/1/18 minutes, 18 seconds
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Two teams from Labrador West heading to Senior Curling Nationals

Two Labrador West teams took home the gold at curling provincials. Hear from the women's team on how they got together just before the tournament started.
1/1/19 minutes, 17 seconds
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Makkovik Rink exterior gets facelift thanks to grant, community support

The "Cops Colosseum" in Makkovik is well loved by the community and now has some new improvements. RCMP officer Benjamin Williams shares the latest.
1/1/16 minutes, 9 seconds
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Happy Valley-Goose Bay antler carver shares his latest piece

Antlers are the canvas of choice for Happy Valley-Goose Bay's Christopher Combdon. Hear how he got started.
1/1/16 minutes, 38 seconds
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Mamattuk opens in Happy Valley-Goose Bay

There's a new place to eat in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. Mamattuk is officially open to the public today. The restaurant promises a "refined dining experience." Hear from Nunacor CEO, Andy Turnbull.
1/1/18 minutes, 54 seconds
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Cain's Quest rookie shares his feelings about the Big Land race

Snowmobile teams competing in Cain's Quest are keeping a close eye on the weather in the lead-up to the race in March. Edward Blake Rudkowski is a rookie, teaming up with Max Penashue this year, who is a veteran Cain's Quest racer. Hear what he's watching for.
1/1/18 minutes, 51 seconds
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Nunatsiavut holding 1st Artist Gathering in Hopedale this March

The Nunatsiavut Government is calling on any beneficiaries to apply to go to the gathering. Hear from the Arts Program Coordinator.
1/1/16 minutes, 34 seconds
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Jennie Williams teaching filmmaking workshop in Nain

The filmmaker behind "Nalujuk Night" is back in Nain. Not only is she filming herself, she's helping youth get behind the camera.
1/1/17 minutes, 37 seconds
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First Light offering travel subsidy to help north coast Inuit head to Canada Summer Games tryouts

Taking part in the Canada Summer Games is a big dream for many young athletes, but first, you need to make it to the tryouts in St. John's which isn't necessarily easy if you live in Labrador. First Light is offering a travel subsidy to some Indigenous athletes from the North Coast to help.
1/1/110 minutes, 44 seconds
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Labrador Friendship Centre's food bank looking for volunteers

Food banks might be in more demand than ever before. To help, the Labrador Friendship Centre is looking for new volunteers. Hear what items are in demand and how you can get involved.
1/1/16 minutes, 50 seconds
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Rich Lewis' backyard hockey rink keeps getting better and better each year!

Rich Lewis and his kids love hockey, and they don't have to go very far to play a game. Labrador Morning's John Gaudi dropped by again to see what the rink looks like this winter.
1/1/19 minutes, 20 seconds
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NL Schools on what goes into deciding a snow day

Snow days when there isn't any snow - regular classes when it seems stormy out. A lot of us wonder what goes into deciding when its a snow day. We got all the details from Terry Hall, Assistant Deputy Minister of Education, Operations.
1/1/111 minutes, 35 seconds
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Air Borealis pilots now have their first-ever collective agreement

After over three years of negotiations, Air Borealis pilots now have their first-ever collective agreement. Labrador Morning's Rhivu Rashid spoke with Captain Tim Perry, the Canadian president of the Air Line Pilots Association.
1/1/17 minutes, 11 seconds
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The inquiry into the treatment of Innu children in care is resuming in Sheshatshiu

The inquiry respecting the treatment, experiences and outcomes of Innu in the child protection system is officially starting formal hearings. But the meetings are going to look very different than meetings held over the past few months. Labrador Morning's Heidi Atter spoke to Inquiry Commissioner Anastasia Qupee.
1/1/15 minutes, 27 seconds
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Who Knit Ya? Kelly Russell is bringing his one-man show to Labrador

He's collected a treasure trove of tunes from this province, he's played with musical legends, and he's even won the Order of Canada! Now, Kelly Russell is bringing his recent one-man show called "Who Knit Ya?" to Labrador.
1/1/19 minutes, 33 seconds
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Introducing you to our new Outdoor columnist, Charlie White

When he's not outside in the woods, he's posting videos about...being outside in the woods! This morning we introduced you to our new Outdoor columnist, Charlie White from Cold Brook, in Bay St. George.
1/1/18 minutes, 2 seconds
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Black changemakers needs your help this year

They are the leaders, innovators and creators in our communities, and the CBC needs your help to find them. The CBC's Katie Jackson told us all about our Black Changemakers series. She's a Community Engagement Producer for CBC Atlantic.
1/1/16 minutes, 8 seconds
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Mary Pia Benuen talks about her memories of a childhood controlled by the forces of the government and the church

Mary Pia Benuen told her story yesterday, as the Inquiry into the treatment of Innu children in care resumed in Sheshatshiu. We heard her memories of a childhood controlled by the forces of the government and the church.
1/1/18 minutes, 38 seconds
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Scientist Sean McCann discusses his insect research here in Labrador during the summer of 2023

We talked spider genitalia and other bug-related business with local scientist Sean McCann. He is a Research Scientist with Agriculture and Agri-foods Canada, and he's hosting a talk in Goose Bay Wednesday night at 7:00 PM. You can find a link for that on the Labrador Campus Facebook page.
1/1/19 minutes, 50 seconds
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Community Sharing Circles are being held this week in Natuashish

Sharing ideas in an open and easy conversation is one of the keys to building a healthier community, and the Mushuau Innu Health Commission wants to start a conversation. That's why community Sharing Circles are being held this week in Natuashish, with everyone welcome. We got all the details from the Health Commission's Karla Lambert.
1/1/16 minutes, 22 seconds
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Starting a small business is tough. But a new program called Inspire Labrador is hoping to make it a little easier.

Inspire Labrador is a partnership between the College of the North Atlantic and a group called Small Economy Works, and starting in March, it will be available to local entrepreneurs between the ages of 18 and 30. Rachael Borlase is the director of operations at Small Economy Works, and Jeanien Cooper is an instructor with Inspire Labrador. They joined us in studio with all the details.
1/1/18 minutes, 46 seconds
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Labrador's Silver Wolf Band are up for Indigenous Artist of the Year at the ECMAs

Nominations for the East Coast Music Awards were announced yesterday, and among the nominees are Labrador's own Silver Wolf Band. Frontman Jamie Jackman joined us to talk about their nomination for Indigenous Artist of the Year, and everything else in store for 2024.
1/1/18 minutes
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The inquiry into the treatment of Innu children in care took a hard look at health of the Innu

The treatment of Innu in healthcare and the difference between past Innu health to modern day took center stage at the inquiry into the treatment of Innu children in care. Mary Pia Benuen spoke about what she saw at the local hospital in the 7 years she worked there in the 1990s.
1/1/111 minutes, 30 seconds
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The L'Anse au Clair Fire Department can breathe much easier thanks to a crucial new piece of equipment.

The L'Anse au Clair Volunteer Fire Department used to get their tanks filled in Goose Bay. But now they can do it themselves, thanks to a new Breathing Air Compressor. The CBC's Sarah Antle spoke to fire chief Jamie O'Brien about how the compressor will make the community safer.
1/1/15 minutes, 49 seconds
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Students on Ice Expeditions: Youth from around the world will set sail on an Arctic expedition this summer

How does this sound for a summer vacation? A sea expedition — starting in Nain and heading up through the Canadian Arctic. If that sounds like a good way to spend your time off, then you'll want to apply for a Students on Ice expedition. We got all the details from expedition leader Geoff Green.
1/1/18 minutes, 35 seconds
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Indian Cove School has been named a Registered Heritage Structure by Heritage NL

It's a pretty quiet place these days, but the one-room schoolhouse in Indian Cove still stands strong. Dale Jarvis is the executive director of Heritage NL. He told us why it has been named a new Registered Heritage Structure in this province.
1/1/18 minutes, 57 seconds
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The Future of Lab West Summit will take place next month

Housing, employment, transportation are just some of the issues on the table for the upcoming Future of Lab West Summit. Labrador Morning's Darryl Dinn spoke with Lydia Rickards, the executive director of the Labrador West Chamber of Commerce.
1/1/16 minutes, 28 seconds
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Putting an end to racism, and improving services for Labrador Inuit.

Combating the racism Indigenous people face in our justice, healthcare, child protection and education systems is no small feat. Labrador Morning's John Gaudi dropped by a forum held by the Nunatisavut Government in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. We heard from Nunatsiavut's Minster of Health and Social Development, Gerald Asivak, and the youngest participant in this week's forum, Samantha Saksagiak from Nain.
1/1/110 minutes, 35 seconds
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Sheshatshiu's Social Health Director says the department needs help so it can better help people in the community

The challenges of providing social programs are being laid out for inquiry commissioners this week. Helen Aster testified to the inquiry respecting the treatment, experiences and outcomes of Innu children in care on Tuesday and Wednesday.
1/1/110 minutes, 34 seconds
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Labradorians are use to the cold. So when St. John’s has similar weather, do we have any tips for them?

St. John’s has been dealing with record cold temperatures, but that won't impress most of us in Labrador. Labrador Mornings Darryl Dinn hit the streets of Lab City to see how much sympathy people have for chilly St. John’s.
1/1/12 minutes, 53 seconds
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Students on Ice Expeditions: Youth from around the world will set sail on an Arctic expedition this summer

How does this sound for a summer vacation? A sea expedition — starting in Nain and heading up through the Canadian Arctic. If that sounds like a good way to spend your time off, then you'll want to apply for a Students on Ice expedition. We got all the details from expedition leader Geoff Green.
1/1/18 minutes, 35 seconds
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Putting an end to racism, and improving services for Labrador Inuit.

Combating the racism Indigenous people face in our justice, healthcare, child protection and education systems is no small feat. Labrador Morning's John Gaudi dropped by a forum held by the Nunatisavut Government in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. We heard from Nunatsiavut's Minster of Health and Social Development, Gerald Asivak, and the youngest participant in this week's forum, Samantha Saksagiak from Nain.
1/1/110 minutes, 35 seconds
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Sheshatshiu's Social Health Director says the department needs help so it can better help people in the community

The challenges of providing social programs are being laid out for inquiry commissioners this week. Helen Aster testified to the inquiry respecting the treatment, experiences and outcomes of Innu children in care on Tuesday and Wednesday.
1/1/110 minutes, 34 seconds
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Kindness challenge

This week, children at Peacock Primary are joining kids around the world to nurture kindness. John Gaudi spoke to students Dasi Obed, Prayla Farrant, Samson Neave and Maverick Duchesne and guidance councilor Valerie Sheppard at Peacock Primary who can teach us a lot about being kind to yourself and to others.
1/1/18 minutes, 39 seconds
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Indian Cove School has been named a Registered Heritage Structure by Heritage NL

It's a pretty quiet place these days, but the one-room schoolhouse in Indian Cove still stands strong. Dale Jarvis is the executive director of Heritage NL. He told us why it has been named a new Registered Heritage Structure in this province.
1/1/18 minutes, 57 seconds
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Family Literacy day

There's no substitute for reading and literacy when it comes to childhood development. On Family Literacy Day, the whole family can pitch in to help. We talk to a librarian Ronda Kent about how.
1/1/14 minutes, 5 seconds
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Labradorians are use to the cold. So when St. John’s has similar weather, do we have any tips for them?

St. John’s has been dealing with record cold temperatures, but that won't impress most of us in Labrador. Labrador Mornings Darryl Dinn hit the streets of Lab City to see how much sympathy people have for chilly St. John’s.
1/1/12 minutes, 53 seconds
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The Future of Lab West Summit will take place next month

Housing, employment, transportation are just some of the issues on the table for the upcoming Future of Lab West Summit. Labrador Morning's Darryl Dinn spoke with Lydia Rickards, the executive director of the Labrador West Chamber of Commerce.
1/1/16 minutes, 28 seconds
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Front line worker on the impact the childcare system has had on children and their families

A front line worker has seen first hand the impact of removing children from their families and their culture, and their efforts to reconnect as adults. We hear from the executive director behind Sheshatshiu's group and emergency homes, Janet Bellefleur.
1/1/110 minutes, 11 seconds
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Trail update on Nunatsiavut trails

If you wanna travel by snowmobile along parts of the north coast, you need to know the latest conditions of winter trails. Now, we take a look at Nunatsiavut trails that SmartICE is maintaining this year.
1/1/17 minutes, 14 seconds
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Housing crisis facing Inuit

The housing crisis facing the Inuit is so comprehensive, it's hard to know where to begin. We ask the federal housing advocate Marie-Josée Houle for her thoughts as well as Johannes Lampe on where the solutions can be found.
1/1/111 minutes, 51 seconds
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Jack Penashue testifies to the Inquiry Respecting the Treatment, Experiences and Outcomes of Innu in the child protection system

Jack Penashue spent decades working with vulnerable families in Sheshatshiu, working as an addictions counsellor, social worker and community development officer. Last week, he shared his perspective at the Inquiry respecting the treatment, experiences and outcomes of Innu in the child protection system. Now first a warning, Penashue will be talking about children being removed from their homes.
1/1/18 minutes, 38 seconds
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Nunatsiavut Government's Indigenous Health Relations Manager talks racism fourm

A few days ago, we took you to a forum in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, about the racism Indigenous people face in the justice, healthcare, child protection and education systems. We heard from the youngest participant, Samantha Saksagiak, as well as Nunatsiavut's Minister of Health and Social Development Gerald Asivak. Both shared how racism has impacted them, personally. Hilary Fry organized the forum. She's the Indigenous Health Relations Manager with Nunatsiavut Government.
1/1/13 minutes, 14 seconds
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Labrador West brewery holding reading, debates for CBC Canada Reads

The annual CBC Canada Reads debate begins in March, with five books vying for the 2024 title. Now, a local business in Labrador West is hosting its own version of the same debate. Hear from Iron Rock Brewing's Lisa Parmiter.
1/1/17 minutes, 28 seconds
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Elementary students in Labrador West design coffee sleeves to spread joy

A coffee shop in Labrador West is hoping to fight the winter blues. With the help of local students, they are selling coffee that might also put a morning smile on peoples' faces.
1/1/14 minutes, 49 seconds
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Menihek Nordic Ski Club preparing to host Canadian Masters Cross-Country Ski Championships

The skiing in Lab City is second to none, and now the Canadian Masters Cross-Country Ski Championships are coming back for a third time. Hear from the club president ahead of the event.
1/1/16 minutes, 57 seconds
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Program for future Innu teachers

There's a new program for Innu teachers. It's a partnership between MTIE and McGill's Faculty of Education. We hear all the details from the programs student support manager Nykesha Gregorie.
1/1/18 minutes, 12 seconds
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A secret thank you

An anonymous poster has made the rounds in Western Labrador thanking newcomers for their help in the region. We learn more about it, what it says and how it’s been received. We speak to Regional Director for the Association Of New Canadians in Labrador West, Bill Soper
1/1/16 minutes, 50 seconds
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Innu history and how history impacts Innu today

We're continuing our coverage into the Inquiry respecting the treatment, experiences and outcomes of Innu in the child protection system. We hear from Jack Penashue about the history of the Innu, and how history impacts Innu today.
1/1/110 minutes, 8 seconds
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How costly air travel in-and-out of Nunatsiavut is affecting Labrador Inuit

Cheap flights to Europe are on deck, but flying to Labrador's North Coast costs a mint! We find out how costly air travel in-and-out of Nunatsiavut is affecting Labrador Inuit.
1/1/17 minutes, 31 seconds
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Winter conditions in St. Lewis

We're heading to St. Lewis this morning to check in with resident Warrick Chubbs who keeps a close eye on the conditions, and faithfully records information into his trusty log-book.
1/1/18 minutes, 44 seconds
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Ice crystals, sun dogs, and other beauty in the Labrador skies

We hear about the collective glint caused by veils of ice crystals in the sky... and we learn how those ice crystals can form sun dogs, light pillars, and other atmospheric illusions. It sounds pretty mystical... but it's all grounded in science!
1/1/18 minutes, 59 seconds
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Drink tab donations for the Ronald McDonald house

It's a small but mighty contribution to a good cause. We hear how you can help families who travel to stay at Ronald McDonald House in St. John's. Christina Morgan is the director of development at Ronald McDonald House in St. John's. She spoke with the CBC"s Jamie Fitzpatrick
1/1/17 minutes, 15 seconds
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Spreading business knowledge across Nunatsiavut

If you live in Nunatsiavut, and you've ever dreamed of starting your own business... the Nunatsiavut Economic Development team wants to give you a hand. We hear more about their tour to spread business knowledge to Labrador Inuit. For more on this tour, Labrador Morning's Heidi Atter spoke to Mary Andersen--otherwise known as "Binky." Andersen is a business development officer with the Nunatsiavut Government
1/1/18 minutes, 34 seconds
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Faiths Haven Animal shelter on their discount boutique

Faiths Haven Animal Shelter Discount boutique in Lab West has been closed for a few months. They are about to reopen and we have all the details. Labrador Mornings Darryl Dinn spoke with Kelley Pafford, President of Faiths Haven.
1/1/15 minutes, 24 seconds
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Program for people facing interpartner violence

An eight-week program to help survivors and people facing interpartner violence is set to begin in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. We hear the details on how people can take part. Labrador Morning's Heidi Atter spoke to Mokami's Executive Director, Stacey Hoffe.
1/1/18 minutes, 30 seconds
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Inuk artist, Sophie Angnatok, wins major theater award

An Inuk artist originally from Nain just won a major theatre award in this province! We hear all about Sophie Angnatok's upcoming show "Coming Full Circle"
1/1/18 minutes, 46 seconds
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Community mural will soon dawn the walls at the seniors home in Forteau

A community mural will soon light up at the Seniors home in Forteau. It's an initiative started by the seniors services office. Labrador Morning's Heidi Atter spoke to Aimee Buckle, with the senior services office.
1/1/18 minutes, 45 seconds
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A new registered heritage structure by Heritage NL

We hear some stories about going to the charming one-room schoolhouse in Indian Cove, and why it's especially meaningful for it be designated a registered heritage structure by Heritage NL. Labrador Morning's John Gaudi speaks to Carl Bradley.
1/1/19 minutes, 12 seconds
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Violence prevention month

February is Violence Prevention month here in Newfoundland and Labrador. We hear how the Labrador West Status of Women Council is marking the occasion. Darryl Dinn was there and spoke with Zonya Crewe - the executive director of the Labrador West Status of Women Council - to learn about all their plans for the month
1/1/16 minutes, 13 seconds
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Weekly ice report from Charlottetown

We get an ice report from down in the Charlottetown area, For our weekly trails report. Dwight Campbell joins us.
1/1/15 minutes, 34 seconds
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What's the Happs, 2024 Feb 2nd

What's the Happs tells you all about different events taking place in Labrador over the next week. Zack Russell talks about each event taking place.
1/1/17 minutes, 18 seconds
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We hear concerns about the new Manulife-Loblaw's prescription drug deal

The insurance company "Manulife" will ONLY cover certain specialty prescriptions if you get them filled at a Loblaw's-owned pharmacy. But how will this work in Labrador, where we don't have any Loblaw's-owned pharmacies? We hear concerns about the new Manulife-Loblaw's prescription drug deal from a Happy Valley-Goose Bay pharmacist. Kelly Norman is the head pharmacist at Warr's Pharmacy. She shared her thoughts on the Manulife-Loblaw's deal with Labrador Morning's Andrea McGuire.
1/1/15 minutes, 48 seconds
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Calming kits in school in Labrador west

Most of us know what it's like to experience big emotions... and we often have a few tricks to help us calm down. Now, a Labrador West teacher is bringing "calming kits" into the classroom. Amanda Downey is an instructional resource teacher at AP Low. She spoke with Labrador Morning's Darryl Dinn about the project.
1/1/19 minutes, 34 seconds
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Making delicious creations with local ingredients

Rise up! We find why a Mary's Harbour man is so passionate about making delicious creations using local ingredients... and we'll hear some of his new, experimental twists on classic fare. Labrador Morning's John Gaudi speaks to Jim Jones.
1/1/18 minutes, 54 seconds
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Two people have won the first ever Nunatsiavut Inuttitut and Cultural Preservations Recognition Awards

The first winners of Nunatsiavut's Inuttitut and Cultural Preservation Recognition Awards have been announced! Anyone in Nunatsiavut over age 15 could be nominated for the two awards, which will be given out annually. This year, Hopedale's Nicholas Flowers won the Inuttitut award and Nain's Maria Merkuratsuk won the cultural award.
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Concerns mount over Manulife-Loblaw deal

Manulife customers will now need to pick up about 260 specialty drugs at a Loblaw-owned pharmacy, if they want those prescriptions covered. But with no Loblaw-owned pharmacies in Labrador, a pharmacist and politician say something needs to change.
1/1/15 minutes, 36 seconds
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Rain, sleet, snow, hail: Marking National Thank a Mail Carrier Day

It takes a lot to stop the mail from being delivered these days, but back 40, 50, 100 years ago, it was a different story. Dave Paddon is a retired pilot who spent years flying between communities on the coast of Labrador, often with a full load of local mail. He reminisces to mark the day.
1/1/17 minutes
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Happy Valley-Goose Bay break-in causes over $200,000 in damages

Multiple apartments at Mom's Place on White Crescent were ransacked and RCMP are asking anyone with information to come forward.
1/1/14 minutes, 52 seconds
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Manulife reverses decision

Manulife Insurance has backed down. We hear why the company has reversed a decision that could have caused problems for customers in Labrador.
1/1/111 minutes, 10 seconds
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Being a voice for change

If you are a young Inuk and are interested in being a voice for change in sexual health culture, there's an opportunity for you. To learn more about the opportunity, Rhivu spoke with Malaya Kisa-Knickelbein .
1/1/14 minutes, 54 seconds
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Hunting Nanuk in Nain

Polar bears are at the top of the food chain in the arctic. But every year, Inuit hunt a small number of the bears, to continue their traditional practices. We hear from a hunter who took down a polar bear near Nain last Friday. Reben Nochasak told Labrador Morning's Heidi Atter how he hunted his "nanuk" this year.
1/1/15 minutes, 10 seconds
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Knowledge around sentencing circles

A sentencing circle will be happening in Hopedale in March. But before then, the Public Legal Information Association of Newfoundland and Labrador is holding a session for people to learn how they can take part. For more, Labrador Morning's Heidi Atter spoke to James Igloliorte.
1/1/18 minutes, 55 seconds
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Trans youth NL on how the Canadian law affects them

If you or someone you know is trans or a parent of a trans youth, there is a virtual meeting tonight that might answer many questions they have about Canadian law and how it affects them. Labrador Mornings Darryl Dinn spoke with Julie Temple, Parent group facilitator for Trans Youth NL.
1/1/19 minutes, 2 seconds
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Black currant a very special berry to one woman in Labrador

It's a berry fit for a Queen! This morning, we give you a glimpse of spring as we learn about the small but mighty black currant. Elaine Chubbs spoke with Labrador Morning's John Gaudi about a very special berry.
1/1/18 minutes, 9 seconds
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A vet clinic in Hopedale for stuffed animals

A Kindergarten class in Hopedale is learning about shots for animals, rabies risks, caring for injured animals and more... We hear about the vet clinic they've set up in their classroom!The unique set up was created by teacher, Sophia Hewitt. She joined a few of the students--or veterinarians in training--to talk about it with Labrador Morning's Heidi Atter.
1/1/110 minutes, 10 seconds
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Upcoming shows for theaters in Labrador

We're throwing the spotlight once again on our monthly theatre check-in here on Labrador Morning. You hear from the managers of Labrador arts and culture centers, Amy Norman and Bob parsons.
1/1/16 minutes, 52 seconds
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Greif Therapy offered by the Nunatsiavut Government

A different kind of therapy for grief is spreading around Nunatsiavut. We hear about a workshop in Makkovik tonight. For all the details, Lito Libres spoke to Labrador Morning's Heidi Atter.
1/1/18 minutes, 57 seconds
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Director of Eating Disorder NL

When food takes over your whole life, it might be a sign of eating disorder. We talk about the scope of the problem, and how to recognize it. Paul Thomey is the executive director of Eating disorder of NL and joins us.
1/1/17 minutes, 35 seconds
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The re-opening of the Green Depot in the Labrador Straits

The doors will soon re-open at the Labrador Straits Green Depot, a year-and-a-half after the facility shut down. We hear from the new operator about why recycling is making a comeback in the Straits. Dexter Linstead is the operator. He spoke about his new venture with Labrador Morning's Jamie Fitzpatrick
1/1/17 minutes
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Battle of the bands in Labrador city

A battle is brewing here in Labrador.... a battle of the bands, that is..! If you're a band from anywhere in Labrador and you want to be the opening act for Iron Fest this year, we give you all the details on how to enter. Evelyn Ryan is the special events coordinator for the town of Labrador City, and Devon Thompson is a guitarist with the band Luce Ends--which won the Battle of the Bands last year.They spoke with Labrador Morning's Darryl Dinn
1/1/17 minutes, 19 seconds
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German army training in Labrador

German soldiers are wrapping up their final days of training out on the land in Labrador. Their commander will tell us how they enjoyed the winter wilderness. To learn more about their experience, Rhivu spoke with German Army commander Colonel John Bauer.
1/1/16 minutes, 38 seconds
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Winter programing to get youth out on the land

There's a new opportunity for youth to head out onto the land near Rigolet. We hear about new winter programing from the Torngat Secretariat. For all the details, Labrador Morning's Heidi Atter spoke to David Borish.
1/1/15 minutes, 11 seconds
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Update on the electric bus for Happy Valley Goose Bay

Remember the electric bus that was supposed to come to Happy Valley-Goose Bay? We hear an update from the mayor for the latest on that plan.
1/1/17 minutes, 26 seconds
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What's the Happs in Labrador for Feb 9th

Pancake breakfasts, Valentine's Day dances, mukluk-making courses... Zack will be back with what's the haps in Labrador this week!
1/1/17 minutes, 25 seconds
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From Labrador to New York fashion week, April Allen shows off her stitched by April creations

From Rigolet to New York City is a long haul, especially if you're looking to make it in the world of high fashion. But April Allen is there, getting set for her show at New York Fashion week, along with a team of models from Labrador. April Allen and Raeann Brown speak to Labrador morning host Rhivu.
1/1/19 minutes, 43 seconds
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Keeping travelers connected

Starlink will help travelers stay connected at a couple of new spots on the Trans Labrador Highway. We hear from south coast drivers about what this change means to them. Nina Pye and Melita Paul spoke to Labrador morning's Heidi Atter.
1/1/17 minutes, 33 seconds
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Skidoo trail update in Labrador west

Skidoo season has been underway in Labrador West for several weeks. We check on the state of the trails with the president of the White Wolf Snowmobile Club.
1/1/18 minutes, 13 seconds
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Iron Fest Headliners

It's the announcement everyone in Labrador City was waiting for. The headliner for this summer's IronFest was revealed last night. we're joined by Kevin Roul, Director of IronFest and One Track Productions.
1/1/16 minutes, 31 seconds
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Tentative deal for Tacora Resources

A mine in Labrador West has been extended a lifeline. We hear more details about a tentative deal for Tacora Resources.
1/1/13 minutes, 53 seconds
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A vigil to remember Loretta Saunders

A vigil tomorrow night will remember and celebrate the life of Loretta Saunders. Loretta's cousin, Samantha Newman, is the organizer. She spoke to Labrador Morning's Heidi Atter.
1/1/18 minutes, 50 seconds
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Changes made to the NunatuKavut Community Council

The NunatuKavut Community Council has made some big changes to their constitution We hear from the chief governance officer, Amy Hudson.
1/1/18 minutes, 46 seconds
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Wilderness videos gaining a lot of attention

Time lapse cameras along the trail are taking Postville by storm. We hear from one of the researchers about a wilderness show people can't get enough of. Labrador Morning's Heidi Atter spoke to May Wang. May is a PhD student at Dalhousie University.
1/1/159 minutes, 12 seconds
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Pancake breakfast part 2, 2024

Today on Labrador Morning, we're joining you live from the College of the North Atlantic in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. That's because it's time for our annual pancake breakfast show. This is part two of that live.
1/1/118 minutes, 58 seconds
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Pancake breakfast show part 1, 2024

Today on Labrador Morning, we're joining you live from the College of the North Atlantic in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. That's because it's time for our annual pancake breakfast show. This is part one of that live.
1/1/133 minutes, 7 seconds
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Housing crisis effects in Labrador west

Many in Labrador West don’t realize there is a hidden population of unhoused folks. We get an update on the current situation in the region. Labrador Morning's Darryl Dinn met Michelene Gray, a support worker with the Labrador West Housing and Homeless Coalition,to find out more about housing issues in Lab West.
1/1/16 minutes, 21 seconds
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Update on the proposed multipurpose shelter from Minister Paul Pike

The Housing Minister will give an update on the proposed multipurpsoe shelter for Happy Valley-Goose Bay, and housing issues along the north coast.
1/1/17 minutes, 49 seconds
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Inuit valentines day cards

A Makkovik woman has created some beautiful, and risk-eh valentine's day cards.Andrea Andersen is from Makkovik and now lives in Iqaluit. Andersen spoke to Labrador Morning's Heidi Atter
1/1/16 minutes, 53 seconds
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Labrador man sees changes in the ice and the impact it is having on peoples way of life

The way people travel and hunt and live in Labrador is changing as quickly as the sea ice. We hear from one Port Hope Simpson man who recalls his life in Williams Harbour. George Russell spoke with the CBCs Sarah Antle about the changing sea ice and what that means to him.
1/1/18 minutes, 24 seconds
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Supreme court of Canada declares the federal Indigenous child welfare law constitutional

The Supreme Court of Canada has declared the federal Indigenous child welfare law constitutional We hear why that decision is an important one for Innu Nation.
1/1/19 minutes, 46 seconds
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Kids tell us what they know about love this valentines day

What can children teach us about love? A lot! That's what Rhivu found out on a school visit yesterday. We take you there.
1/1/18 minutes, 52 seconds
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How's the ice shaping up for Labrador?

The sea ice season began later than normal and this month is expected to be three to four degrees above average. But the sea ice is almost to the average! We hear the latest from Environment and Climate Change Canada.
1/1/17 minutes, 21 seconds
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Hopping aboard a snowmobile groomer in Labrador west

Snowmobiling is a beloved pastime all over the Big Land, and trail-groomers play a big role in making the magic happen. Our reporter Darryl Dinn went out for a spin on a snowmobile groomer with White Wolf Snowmobile Club president Todd Kent.
1/1/17 minutes, 31 seconds
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Paying tribute to the late Loretta Saunders at her vigil this week

There was an outpouring of love for the late Loretta Saunders in Happy Valley-Goose Bay on Tuesday. We hear from some of her family members who spoke at that vigil.
1/1/18 minutes, 11 seconds
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Cartwright gardener and Food First NL on improving food security in Labrador

Cartwright gardener David Elson says there are a number of ways to help food security, but it’ll take some hard work and cooperation. We hear from him and Food First NL’s new regional food animator, Dana Marshall.
1/1/111 minutes, 30 seconds
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Labrador West MADD chapter speaks out after Wabush fire chief pleads guilty to DUI charge

Wabush fire chief Marvin Butler pleaded guilty to driving under the influence earlier this week. We hear reaction from Josephine Gaulton-Rowe, the Labrador West vice-president of Mothers Against Drunk Driving.
1/1/17 minutes, 30 seconds
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Nunatsiavut man named to list of “Fifty People who are Changing the World”

Educator and expedition leader Jason Edmunds is making waves with the Explorers’ Club—an international society dedicated to science and research. We speak to him about this recent honour.
1/1/18 minutes, 27 seconds
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Nain family struggles to find healthcare after snowmobile accident

A serious snowmobile accident in Nain was just the start of trouble for the Jenkins family—navigating the healthcare system proved to be the real uphill battle. We hear their story.
1/1/116 minutes, 40 seconds
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What's the Happs for February 16th

A snowmobile drag race, watch parties for Rupaul’s Drag Race, game nights and more. Zack brings us this week’s roundup of Labrador events
1/1/16 minutes, 47 seconds
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First big traditional Nigerian wedding in the province

We hear from Labrador Morning reporter John Gaudi about the new Atlantic Voice documentary he co-produced, "To Grow in Love." We'll hear more about the first big traditional Nigerian wedding at the heart of that doc.
1/1/112 minutes, 7 seconds
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On the account of more snow Cain's Quest is a go

Well, the verdict's in... Cain's Quest is going ahead this year. We hear from the chair of Cain's Quest, Chris Lacey, about how organizers made that decision.
1/1/17 minutes, 47 seconds
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Grand River Snowmobile Club happy about recent forecasts

We're getting snow around Happy Valley-Goose Bay but what does this mean for the trails? We checked in with the Grand River Snowmobile Club president Greg Wheeler.
1/1/18 minutes
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Two teams and a business owner on what Cain's Quest brings to Labrador

Cain's Quest is a-go! We'll hear reaction from some racers and a Labrador West business man supplying a lot of racers with their gear, coming up.
1/1/114 minutes, 48 seconds
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Checking in after a big winter storm in Postville and Makkovik

Makkovik AngujukKak Barry Andersen tells us about the big fall of snow in his community
1/1/17 minutes, 51 seconds
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More Mor Meats! The Happy Valley-Goose Bay meat shop is expanding

It's the start of something mor! We'll catch up with the co-owner of Mor Meats, Niamh Roche, and hear about the brand new space for their shop in Happy Valley-Goose Bay.
1/1/16 minutes, 31 seconds
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We hear from Pauktuutit’s Inuk Woman of the Year

Makkovik’s Janine Lightfoot has been named Inuk Woman of the Year by the Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada! She spoke with Weekend AM’s Melissa Tobin.
1/1/19 minutes, 39 seconds
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Winter sports meet in Makkovik

Badminton, Labrathon, ball hockey and so much more. The winter sports meet is in full swing in Makkovik We hear from one young spectator about what its like having it in his home community. 
1/1/19 minutes, 4 seconds
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Crafter continuing her culture

A budding crafter is sharing her culture with others through workshops. We hear about Stashin Penashue's baby tea dolls. 
1/1/17 minutes, 18 seconds
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Part one of To Grow In Love doc

To Grow in Love....We are re-airing an CBC Atlantic Voice documentary about a big traditional Nigeria wedding held in this province last summer. Our Labrador Morning's John Gaudi had a hand in it, and he stops by to tell us more. 
1/1/17 minutes, 52 seconds
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Happy Valley Goose Bay budget

We dig into the Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay's budget for this year... and learn a little more about the electric bus coming to town here soon. Mayor George Andrews will joins us.
1/1/115 minutes, 34 seconds
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Parent’s perspective from the North Coast sports meet

It's the final day of one of the biggest sports competitions on the north coast. We hear from proud Makkovik parent Roberta Baikie-Andersen.
1/1/19 minutes, 36 seconds
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High Tea in Wabush

We caught up with some very fancy people at a high tea in Wabush last week, and heard all about their fancy hats, scones and cucumber sandwiches.
1/1/18 minutes, 21 seconds
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Part 2 of documentary “To Grow In Love”

We take you to a wedding hall for a big traditional Nigerian wedding as we continue sharing a new CBC Atlantic Voice documentary with you this week.
1/1/18 minutes, 4 seconds
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Public project to help update coastal resource inventory

The Department of Fisheries and Oceans is updating a community-based coastal resource inventory in Labrador, and they want to hear from you! We spoke with GIS consultant Paola Vincent.
1/1/16 minutes, 57 seconds
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Soaring public spending on private nurses

This province spent almost $36 million on travel nurses between April and August of last year, according to a recent report in the Globe and Mail. We hear reaction from NDP MHA Lela Evans.
1/1/18 minutes, 44 seconds
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NunatuKavut Community Council's wildlife biologist on birding

It’s a skill many Elders have, we learn how to identify a bird's age and gender by its wing! 
1/1/18 minutes, 7 seconds
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Nursing students on how few students being offered full time positions after graduation

If the Province is offering incentives and searching the globe to fill nursing positions, then why are so few graduating nursing students being offered full-time permanent positions? We hear from two nursing students asking that very question.
1/1/117 minutes, 36 seconds
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Little Tree Family Centre re-opening

It’s a gathering place for Indigenous families, and a place for kids to get ready for school. The Little Tree Family Centre has re-opened in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. 
1/1/18 minutes, 47 seconds
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Part 3 of documentary “To Grow in Love”

We bring you back to a big traditional Nigerian wedding celebrating the union of Toluwani and Ekene. Today is the big day when the couple ties the knot! Labrador Morning's John Gaudi helped to make the documentary which first aired on CBC's Atlantic Voice on the weekend. 
1/1/19 minutes, 24 seconds
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Tony Wakeham on the travel nurses report

We get a reaction from the Leader of the Provincial Government's official opposition about reporting that millions are being spent on travel nurses in Newfoundland and Labrador. 
1/1/111 minutes, 17 seconds
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Accommodation issues at the Newfoundland and Labrador winter games

We hear from a Happy Valley-Goose Bay parent, who said accommodations for Team Indigenous youth at the NL Games in Gander weren’t what they’d expected. We also hear from the co-chairs of the NL Games.
1/1/111 minutes, 33 seconds
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A week before the race, Cain’s Quest teams are scouting the trails

We catch up with a couple of teams scouting the Cain's Quest race route, and find out what the conditions are like on the south coast of Labrador. Spoiler alert: it's pretty rough in places. 
1/1/18 minutes, 56 seconds
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Silver Wolf Band’s North Coast tour

Labrador's Silver Wolf Band is heading to the north coast, and they’re bringing a documentary crew along for the ride. We hear from the band.
1/1/18 minutes, 44 seconds
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Military training in Labrador

Training reserve army members for combat, and using local Labrador knowledge to do so.We hear about a military exercise in Happy Valley-Goose Bay.
1/1/19 minutes, 4 seconds
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Labrador Special Olympian headed to Calgary

A 15 year old cross-country skier from Labrador West is heading to the Special Olympics in Calgary. We hear from the young athlete.
1/1/15 minutes, 9 seconds
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Thoughts from attendees at Future of Lab West Summit

Yesterday was Day 1 of the "Future of Lab West Summit," bringing leaders of all kinds to the region.  We heard from a few attendees.
1/1/19 minutes, 14 seconds
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Premier Andrew Furey’s scrum with reporters at Future of Lab West Summit

Health care, energy issues, housing are just some of the topics up for discussion at the "Future of Lab West Summit" this week. We hear from the keynote speaker of that summit, Premier Andrew Furey.
1/1/17 minutes
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Early days of travel nursing In Labrador

We learn more about the early days of travel nursing here in Labrador. We hear from a registered nurse originally from Happy Valley-Goose Bay, who meets all kinds of travel nurses from this province at her workplace in Nova Scotia.