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Family of Fathers


Today we are welcoming listeners from Newfoundland and Labrador!
We are so pleased to have you with us, as we bring you documentaries and stories from reporters across Atlantic Canada each Sunday morning, and here on the web.
For our listeners in New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia...it's the same show, just a different name to reflect our growing audience and the stories from those communities we hope to share.

To start things off we go to Happy Valley Goose Bay, in Labrador, behind the counters of the busiest coffee shop in town, and into the living rooms of the growing Filipino community there.
Workers come to start a new life for themselves in Newfoundland and Labrador, a province that's actively encouraging immigration.
But as many Atlantic Canadians already know, the sacrifice of leaving home for a better paying job is no small matter.
The CBC's John Gaudi got to know a group of men, fathers all, who are dealing with the reality of watching their children grow up - over Skype.

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