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Labrador's Got Talent!
15-year-old James Earle is will beatbox at the Labrador's Got Talent Show at the College of the North Atlantic. He and one of the show's organizers, Carly Thompson joined us in the studio
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Johannes Lampe talks about Trapped in a Human Zoo
Trapped in a Human Zoo, a documentary about Labrador Inuit brought to Europe and put on display, premiered Thursday night. Nain's Johannes Lampe was a central chararcter in the film. He talks to Matt McCann about the experience.
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Sarah Anala offers healing circles in Nain
Inuit elder Sarah Anala has live in New Brunswick for some time now. But she was home in Nain last week to offer healing circles.
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Continuing concerns over courtroom capacity
Nick Summers, provincial director of the Newfoundland and Labrador Legal Aid Commission, talks about ongoing challenges facing the justice system in Labrador.
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Friends pay tribute to Dorothy Angnatok
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Health Minister John Haggie
We talk to health minister Dr. John Haggie about the state of heath care in Labrador at a time when the province is looking for ways to save money.
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Remembering Dorothy Angnatok
From our archives, a conversation with Dorothy Angnatok, the young woman from Nain who inspired so many to "Create a good day", Dorothy passed away last week after struggling with mental illness.
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Todd Russell sits down with Dwight Ball
The President of the NunatuKavut Community Council is hopeful that his first meeting with the Premier is a sign of good things to come. NCC President Todd Russell joins us in the studio to tell us more.
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Registered Nurses Association responds to Child Advocate's report
The Child and Youth Advocate has released a series of recommendations about nursing as part of her report into a fatal fire in Nain. Lynn Power, executive director of the Assoication of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador, weighs in.
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Child and Youth Advocate talks about a Labrador tragedy waiting to happen
The province's child and youth advocate has released a damning investigation into a fatal fire in Nain that claimed the lives of two children and one adult.
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Terrifying tale of a home invasion in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
Three men are facing charges after a terrifying home invasion in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. Gary Bolger says he and his wife are shaken up after the incident.
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George Tasedan's incredible escape
This time of year can be tough for people who are away from their families. George Tasedan knows all about it; he spent decades without seeing ANYONE from his family. George fled from the communist regime in Romania, back in the 1970s.
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Tina Chiasson pays it forward
A year ago, Tina Chiasson won $500 dollars. But instead of keeping the money, she paid it forward. The result was a "Feeding Frenzy" campaign that gave money during the holiday season-to the people who need it the most. This year she's doing it all again
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Hopedale and Nain: Volleyball Champs!
Two volleyball teams from Nunatsiavut have come out on top in provincial tournaments. The boys from Jens Haven won the Triple A division and the girls from Amos Comenius won the A division. We speak to team captains James Dicker and Brenda Flowers.
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A buyer for Bloom Lake
The Bloom Lake Mine just west of Labrador has a new owner... but that doesn't mean production is starting up anytime soon. Champion Iron Ltd, bought the shuttered mine for a fraction of what Cliff's paid for it back in 2011.
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Premier Dwight Ball takes on Labrador and Aboriginal Affairs
Hear why Dwight Ball decided to take on the Labrador and Aboriginal Affairs portfolio rather than give the post to an MHA from Labrador. Plus, reaction from the Combined Councils of Labrador.
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Dramatic rescue in Hopedale
A Hopedale man is alive today because of the quick thinking of two of his neighbours. William Onalik is one of the men who saved him using a piece of rope to pull him from the icy water. We reached William by phone in Hopedale.
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Peacock students give back
Students at Peacock Primary school in Happy Valley-Goose are also contributing to the Roland Shears Memorial Christmas Hampers. They've been bringing in non-perishable food items and donating money for toys.
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Remembering Ruth Flowers
"She was a woman who stood up and fought, basically when women were expected to sit down and be quiet."
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