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  • Wednesday February 22, 2017

    Audio North West River heritage fair

    The CBC's Jacob Barker checks out some projects at the Lake Melville School heritage fair in North West River.

    Listen 5:24
  • Tuesday February 21, 2017

    Audio A day in the life of Labrador's homeless

    Since December, the homeless shelter in Happy Valley-Goose Bay has been giving people a warm place to stay the night. One of them is Jefta Obed, who's been staying there for the past few months. CBC's John Gaudi spent the day with him.

    Listen 11:36
  • Monday February 20, 2017

    Audio The Sixties Scoop in Labrador

    Last week an an Ontario judge ruled against the federal government in a lawsuit over the Sixties Scoop. The Scoop happened in Labrador, too. Sheshatshiu Chief Eugene Hart and Social Health Director Jack Penashue discuss.

    Listen 9:53
  • Monday February 20, 2017

    Audio Vintage snowmobiles on display in Happy Valley-Goose Bay

    The Grand River Snowmobile Club hosted an antique show Sunday. Some of the machines were 30, 40, even 50 years old -- and all in working condition.

    Listen 8:20
  • Friday February 10, 2017

    Audio Up in the Goose control tower

    Labrador Morning reporter John Gaudi brings us a snapshot now of what it's like to work in the control tower some 138 steps above the tarmac at the Goose Bay airport

    Listen 9:10
  • Thursday February 09, 2017

    Audio Memories of the Kyle

    It's been 50 years since the SS Kyle ran aground in Harbour Grace. But the old steam ship still inspires fond memories in many Labradorians. Former CBC host Gordie Rendell came to Happy Valley-Goose Bay on the Kyle in 1949.

    Listen 8:40
  • Monday February 06, 2017

    Audio Phil Poirier explains why he sprang into action to save a man he'd never met

    Phil Poirier has a friend he's never met in person. Phil lives in Wabush and his friend lives in the US. They play video games online and last week, Phil saved his life.

    Listen 9:18
  • Friday February 03, 2017

    Audio The case for a flat earth

    Kay Burns is the artist-in-residence at the Labrador Institute this month. Her work explores flat earth thinking. She tells us about a project she's working on in North West River.

    Listen 6:55


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