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Labrador Morning with Janice Goudie

CBC Radio's Labrador Morning keeps people informed about what's happening around them. Labradorians hear about it first on Labrador Morning.

  • 34:06
    We'll find out why a man in Churchill Falls is plowing out people's driveways. Memorial University is planning an Inuttitut class for the fall and the school is open to the possibility of teaching more indigenous languages. Ever dream of seeing the Arctic or Greenland? We'll find out more about scholarships that are available. Also, Max Blake tells about the challenges of being a self-published authors. We'll also hear why the College of the North Atlantic is encouraging more women to get into the Powerline technician program.
    Feb 13, 2019
  • 26:07
    We're going to find out why the Public Legal Information Association of NL is in Labrador this week to bring free legal aid to survivors of sexual violence. On a much lighter note, Comet Cupcakes are sweetening up Valentine's Day in Happy Valley Goose Bay. Elementary school entrepreneur Adam Hill and his mom Leanne tell us about a dessert that's out of this world. We're also catching up with a musician who's no stranger to Labrador. Steven Bowers is releasing a brand new album today and you might be surprised to hear that a song on the new record has a Labrador story behind it.
    Feb 12, 2019
  • 17:38
    Tony Curlew of Happy Valley-Goose Bay never expected an afternoon snowmobile ride to turn into a nightmare, but it did! We'll bring you his story of a fire that he's still fighting to this day. Love never grows old they say, so we dug into Them Days archives with the editor, Aimee Chaulk, to find out how people found love in them days.
    Feb 11, 2019
  • 39:37
    It's a story we've been covering from every angle this week and today we hear from the nurses union about reported issues at Labrador Grenfell Health. As the Labrador Winter Games reflect on how to do the dog races this year, we take a step back to reflect on dog team races in Labrador, specifically the Labrador 400. Drivers keep an eye out for some cyclists who are riding their bikes into work this morning. It's International Winter Bike to Work Day. We'll speak with a couple of cyclists in Happy Valley-Goose Bay who are taking part.
    Feb 8, 2019
  • 29:16
    This is eating disorder awareness week in Newfoundland and Labrador. We'll tell you about a new category of eating disorder and how it can be recognized. This morning we bring you the story of Fran Cull, a native of Happy Valley-Goose Bay who says the lack of mentorship is the big issue with Labrador Grenfell Health. Chief Eugene Hart weighs in on the topic of health care in Labrador as it relates to members of the Innu First Nation. We'll have a response to his claims from Labrador Grenfell Health. And a Labrador soap company is recreating a luxury item from the Titanic. We'll have details on how you too can feel like a first-class passenger.
    Feb 7, 2019
  • 41:40
    A man from Happy Valley Goose Bay is picking up the pieces, quite literally, after the house he planned to renovate for retirement collapsed beneath the weight of this year's record breaking snowfall. NunatuKavut concludes discussions today about the self-management of its resources. We'll hear from the vice-president on what was said. Inspired by the Arctic Poppy, we'll hear about the Canada Goose coat designed by a woman from Makkovik. And CEO of Labrador Grenfell Health, Heather Brown, discusses some of the issues and challenges the health board has to deal with in Labrador.
    Feb 6, 2019
  • 38:30
    The Labrador Winter Games could be down a number of dog team racers if changes aren't made to the event. We'll talk with one musher about his concerns. Climate change is on the agenda today at the NunatuKavut Resource Stewardship Workshop. We'll chat with the climate change coordinator. The mayor of Happy Valley Goose Bay weighs in on the issue of staffing at Labrador Grenfell Health. We'll speak with the Public Legal Information Association of NL about a 6 month project to educate newcomers about knowing their legal rights in this province. Today is Chinese New Year. We're going to speak with Xingpei Li who is just one of the handful of people from China living in Happy Valley-Goose Bay.
    Feb 5, 2019
  • 33:23
    You may have seen the house speaker in the UK keeping his house in order during the brexit votes, but how do speakers do it in Canada? We'll ask some of them from all over the country who were in Happy Valley Goose Bay over the weekend. NunatuKavut is hosting their 2nd annual resource stewardship workshop this week. We'll talk with a community council member about what's on the agenda. A senior nurse hopes that her resigning from the Labrador Health Centre sends a strong message to Labrador Grenfell Health. We'll speak with Doreen Hawco-Mahoney about her decision to leave. And the Big Land Trapper is at it again. We'll drop by his home in Happy Valley-Goose Bay to play in the snow.
    Feb 4, 2019
  • 37:08
    On today's podcast, we're going to find out how a curling team from Happy Valley-Goose Bay did at the men's provincial curling championship in St. John's this week. MHA Perry Trimper is hosting about 50 people from across Canada here in Labrador this weekend. We'll find out who and why. We'll also find out why Project Kindness is encouraging everyone to make Valentine's Day cards for complete strangers. We're heading to the Lawrence O'Brien Arts Centre to take a look at some of the costumes in the Mokami Players' dinner threatre production, The Hangashore, as well as some old favourites.
    Feb 1, 2019
  • 29:48
    The Labrador Winter games received a lot of flack for adding Nalcor to the name of the northern games. But now it's all changed again. We'll hear from the games chairperson. We're going to find out about a new mural that's bringing comfort to long term care residents in Happy Valley-Goose bay who suffer from dementia and Alzheimer's. The community food sharing centre in St. John's went up in flames and it's affecting the whole province, including right here in Labrador. We'll hear how. His bark is not worse than the virus your precious pooch could get without being vaccinated. We find out about a contagious dog virus that's been confirmed in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. And it's hard to exercise your dog when you can't let them run because of full fences? We drop by the Lake Melville Dog Park where organizers are looking for a little help.
    Jan 31, 2019
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