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  • Thursday January 19, 2017

    Audio In Labrador West 35 years ago, a storm like no other

    On this day in 1982, thousands were left without power and many had to be evacuated when a monster storm hit western Labrador. We hear tape from the archives and talk to two people who were there.

    Listen 10:45
  • Tuesday January 17, 2017

    Audio A 10 year plan for Labrador West

    A pair of municipal plans out of Labrador City and Wabush have been released, and they paint a single vision for the two towns -- including discouraging sprawl, and concentrating growth in each town's centre.

    Listen 6:34
  • Monday January 16, 2017

    Audio Larry Jenkins talks about photographing

    The Northern Lights are spectacular and Labrador is one of the best places to see them. It's a photographer's dream.... and Larry Jenkins has been living that dream for more than three decades now.

    Listen 9:18
  • Friday January 13, 2017

    Audio Update on repairs to the cofferdam at Muskrat Falls

    Work continues to repair a cofferdam at the Muskrat Falls site which was leaking this past fall. It's a setback that means workers have to deal with complications because of ice build-up. Nalcor VP Gilbert Bennett gives us an update.

    Listen 8:10
  • Thursday January 12, 2017

    Audio Landfill controversy in Southern Labrador

    The province wants to build one landfill for the entire southern region, but Shane Dumeresque with the Labrador Straits Waste Disposal Committee and Cartwright Mayor Dwight Lethbridge say that won't work.

    Listen 12:43
  • Thursday January 05, 2017

    Audio Remembering Horace Goudie

    One of the few trappers old enough to remember the height of the fur-trading economy, has died. We hear from Horace's brother Joe Goudie, and from the archives, Horace speaking to Definitely Not the Opera's Sook-Yin Lee.

    Listen 22:17
  • Tuesday January 03, 2017

    Audio How to talk about suicide

    More and more, experts encourage discussion about suicide, but talking about it in a sensitive way can be challenging. Nathaniel Pollock is a graduate student and researcher at the Labrador Institute. He talks about what's helpful -- and what's harmful.

    Listen 10:22
  • Friday December 30, 2016

    Audio Luke, I am your father! Star Wars ice sculptures in Sheshatshiu

    Picture this - Luke Skywalker, Chewbacca and Darth Vader carved out of ice in Sheshatshiu. Last year, Gabriel Rich created figures from Disney's film Frozen made completely out of ice. This year, he transformed his front yard into a Star Wars scene.

    Listen 9:48


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