Labrador Morning | Jul 3, 2013 | 6:09

Wabush residents are still on evacuation alert

Packing up and leaving town is difficult.... stressful.... and frightening. More so for Melissa Gullage and the 23 dogs in her kennel.

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Labrador Morning Energy analyst says customers bear Muskrat Falls risks Jul 29, 2014 | 7:28That's according to Gordon Weil with the Atlantic Institute for Market studies. He says there are some key risk factors Nalcor must address.
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Labrador Morning Faster internet speeds coming to rural communities Jul 29, 2014 | 7:46Xplornet Communications provides broadband service to some of the most rural areas of Canada. Now, the company says it's going to bring high-speed internet -- up to 25 MB/sec -- to 100 per cent of rural Canadians.
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Labrador Morning HV-GB dog owners closer to off-leash park Jul 29, 2014 | 5:11A final site has been chosen, on Cherrywood Drive. Now, the town is looking for a final round of public feedback on the location, and permission to occupy crown lands. Monica Surina is the chair of the Lake Meville Dog Park Association.
Labrador Morning - Road opens Southern Labrador to fresh produceJul 28, 2014 | 4:13Labrador Morning Road opens Southern Labrador to fresh produce Audio
Labrador Morning Road opens Southern Labrador to fresh produce Jul 28, 2014 | 4:13It used to be, folks could really only shop in their own communities. Now, people can drive up and down Mary's Harbour, Lodge Bay, Charlottetown and more to find the best prices and best selection. Phyllis Mangrove owns the grocery store in St. Lewis.
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Labrador Morning American archaeologist back working in Rigolet area Jul 28, 2014 | 7:09Bill Fitzhugh started working in Labrador in the late 1960s as an archaeologist, and has uncovered scores of sites that date back 1000s of years. He is the Director of the Smithsonian's Arctic Studies Centre.
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Labrador Morning Internet backlog in Southern Labrador Jul 28, 2014 | 7:47If you want to get on the internet in West St. Modeste, good luck. The system is essentially full, and it's just about impossible to log-on, except for a few hours in the early morning when most people are still asleep. The problem is so bad it's interfer
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