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Labrador Morning with Bailey White and Matt McCann

Hosted by Bailey White and Matt McCann, the program keeps people informed about what's happening around them. Labradorians hear about it first on Labrador Morning.

  • 46:57
    This morning, we hear from a union member at IOC about news the two sides are talking again (00:58). Them Days magazine has identified hundreds of photos from Labrador's past, but they've got thousands left, and they need your help (08:54). We'll find out how a test of the emergency alert system went in Upper Lake Melville (19:18). We talk about getting more Inuit women involved in politics (29:16). And, we take you behind the scenes of Shrek Jr, a Queen of Peace Middle School musical (37:59).
    May 23, 2018
  • 27:31
    This morning, we talk to Nalcor about the role they've played in emergency preparedness since the flood in Mud Lake (00:53). Then, we talk about priorities for the newest Nunatsiavut Government (10:52). After that,, we'll find out why the fire department in Wabush is handing out stickers in the shape of puzzle pieces, and how it could help people with autism (18:08).
    May 22, 2018
  • 28:42
    This morning, Happy Valley-Goose Bay raises the Pride Flag, and we talk to some high-school students about why the flag matters to them (00:51). Then, a salmon outfitter on Eagle River says new catch limits will hurt his business (09:03). And, we'll meet the new executive director of the Mokami Status of Women Council (17:36).
    May 18, 2018
  • 29:12
    One year after the flooding Churchill River forced the evacuation of Mud Lake and parts of Mud Lake road, we go back to the community where people are still trying to recover, and check in with those who still can't go home.
    May 17, 2018
  • 30:43
    This morning, the province is overhauling the laws around child protection, and the new Act includes a focus on Indigenous communities (00:55). Then, we'll find out what the town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay is doing to give the community outdoor market a boost (11:26). After that, anglers are none too pleased about new restrictions on salmon angling -- especially in parts of Labrador (19:42).
    May 16, 2018
  • 36:11
    This morning, we'll check in on Baby Bryson, the 16-month-old from Nain med-evaced to Happy Valley-Goose Bay (00:59). The CEO of Great North Data says his business is good for Happy Valley-Goose Bay, despite what the mayor thinks (08:09). The province wants a new ferry serving the Strait by March 2019 (16:52). And, we'll find out why the town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay has hired on a second community constable (26:34).
    May 15, 2018
  • 27:57
    This morning, a father from Nain wants to know why his infant son had to wait all weekend for a medevac (01:08). Then, six months after a contractor was ousted we'll find out how ambulance response times in Happy Valley-Goose Bay compare to elsewhere in Labrador (10:28). And, new landscaping regulations are in the works for Happy Valley-Goose Bay (17:46).
    May 14, 2018
  • 44:51
    This morning, we'll talk to NunatuKavut about their membership ID cards (01:03). Then, we talk to Labrador West MHA Graham Letto about 7 weeks of strike in the area (10:19). Just in time for mother's day, we'll tell you about baby boxes, which are free to new parents (16:56). Happy Valley-Goose Bay has a new town manager (26:43). And we'll find out about family fun day at the Labrador Institute (35:15).
    May 11, 2018
  • 27:29
    This morning we talk to a Labrador woman who used her NuntuKavut membership card to fly to Edmonton, only to be told on the return trip that it wasn't a valid ID (01:04). The, NL Hydro plans to add more capacity to the system in Upper Lake Melville, but the mayor of Happy Valley-Goose Bay worries it won't be enough (11:34). After that, striking workers at IOC are targeting businesses in the community they believe are doing work that should rightfully be theirs (20:36).
    May 10, 2018
  • 30:53
    Amalgamation rears its head again in Labrador West, and wel hear from mayors of both Labrador City and Wabush (01:03). Then, we meet the owners of the only place in Labrador -- so far -- you'll be able to buy legal marijuana (15:00). After that, the Newfoundland and Labrador Federation of Labour says an ongoing strike at IOC proves the need for new provincial rules about unionized work (23:20).
    May 9, 2018
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