Labrador MorningWonderbolt Circus collecting toys for NatuashishDec 18, 2014 | 5:14Wonderbolt circus is holding its annual Christmas show in St. John's this weekend. It's an evening of fun and entertainment, and it's also a fundraiser of sorts, for children in Natuashish. Each year they fill a sack with gifts for kids.
Labrador MorningLabrador City mayor reacts to dog stuck in trapDec 18, 2014 | 8:05Lucky the dog got his paw stuck in a trap at Little Wabush Lake. He did manage to escape unscathed, but the incident is raising questions about trapping rules.
Labrador MorningMeasha Brueggergosman performing in HV-GBDec 18, 2014 | 10:30The San Francisco Chronicle describes her as, "a singer of rare gifts and artistic intensity." Tonight, she brings us "Christmas with Measha," a holiday program that's sure to delight.
Labrador MorningKids talk to Santa over Coast Guard radioDec 18, 2014 | 5:57About 100 kindergarten kids visited the Canadian Coast Guard office in town. Old St.Nick wasn't there in person. Instead, the Peacock Primary students spoke with him at the North Pole by Coast Guard radio!
Fisheries BroadcastThe Fisheries Broadcast Thursday December 18, 2014Dec 18, 2014 | 27:45Keith Hutchings has been one of the key players in the CETA deal and the fish fund from the start. Tonight he'll explain why his government has suddenly decided to pick a fight with the prime minister.
Labrador MorningGoose Bay Airport Marketing and Development Committee is backDec 17, 2014 | 7:32After years of hibernating, the committee is reconvening. The group is looking at options to keep the town prosperous, once the Muskrat Falls project is finished.
Labrador MorningAnother dog caught in trapDec 17, 2014 | 5:01Lucky was out around Wabush Lake with his owners, Paula and Don O'Keefe, when his paw got caught in a hunter's trap. It was a frightening experience to say the least, but it could have been a lot worse.
Labrador MorningLabrador man wins research awardDec 17, 2014 | 6:51Joey Angnatok of Nain won the first ever Inuit Recognition Award for involvement in research. It was handed out at the Arctic Change conference in Ottawa.
Labrador MorningReport says not enough done to protect caribouDec 17, 2014 | 8:22Resource development continues to outpace efforts to preserve caribou.That's according to a new report from the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society. The report outlines the struggle to protect caribou not only in this province, but the whole country.
Labrador MorningTwo Labrador women share unique Christmas traditionDec 17, 2014 | 7:03Christiane Vollprecht and 97-year-old Muriel Andersen have a special bond. Muriel is from Makkovik, Christiane from Germany. Christiane's grandparents were Moravian missionaries in Makkovik back in the 1950s & 60s - and Muriel remembers them well.
Fisheries BroadcastThe Fisheries Broadcast Wednesday December 17, 2014Dec 17, 2014 | 25:19It might be one of the most important fish science reports in years. Tonight in part one of a two part interview, we'll hear why it sets the table for the next three to five years in the shrimp, crab and cod fisheries.
Labrador MorningNorthern Labrador paying more for fuelDec 16, 2014 | 8:18As most of Canada watches oil and gas prices fall - sometimes below a dollar a litre for gasoline - people on Labrador's North Coast continue to pay about a dollar fifty. And they'll be paying that at least until next year.
Labrador MorningPrice of shipped goods not droppingDec 16, 2014 | 5:25The price of oil and gas has been plummeting. But one man on the South coast of Labrador says people in his neck of the woods aren't seeing the benefits.
Labrador MorningContract talks between HV-GB and CUPE workers break downDec 16, 2014 | 18:45The union has been operating without a contract for two years. Now, employees are moving closer to a strike vote. One issue that appears to be a sticking point is the pension plan.
Fisheries BroadcastThe Fisheries Broadcast Tuesday December 16, 2014Dec 16, 2014 | 28:11The auditor general has slammed how the province has been funding aquaculture and that news comes just as the province announces its new aquaculture strategy. We'll hear about both of those stories.