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Labrador Morning with Bailey White and Matt McCann

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

  • 40:31
    * We're getting history lesson on the backstory to the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project. * With no Northmart in Happy Valley Goose Bay, one local company is making sure everyone can still stock up on groceries * Paving the way for new opportunities? we'll hear from Port Hope Simpson what the freshly paved road means for the community * Are we ready for another pandemic like the 1918-19 Spanish flu? We'll hear about a forum writer Anne Budgell attended last night in Ottawa. She's the author of forthcoming book about the Spanish flu in Labrador. * Celebrating Cartwright's heritage...We're going to find out about the town's heritage festival that's happening this weekend.
    Sep 21, 2018
  • 24:10
    * Nalcor CEO Stan Marshall. Reporters got the chance to get his thoughts following his first round of testimony at the Muskrat Falls inquiry * The Muskrat Falls Inquiry is right on the doorstep for people in Labrador... Coming up, we'll hear from the lawyer who is representing two groups that have been standing in fierce opposition to the project. * When the Northern Ranger docks for good this season, so are it's crew. We'll have that story coming up * Lace up your skates, we're heading to hockey camp, we'll hear more about the Xtreme minor hockey camps happening in Happy Valley Goose Bay
    Sep 20, 2018
  • 34:45
    -Tension boiled over during the Muskrat Falls inquiry proceedings in Happy Valley-Goose Bay yesterday. - Tracing the life and lineage of one of Labrador's pioneering women, Lydia Campbell's. -The mayor of Cartwright isn't pleased that a new ferry will mean no service for his community. - Today will be the 11th school day that students haven't been going to school in Red Bay.
    Sep 19, 2018
  • 38:13
    -The Melville Mantas swim club hosts Canadian Olympic medalist Brent Hayden. - Co-op is upping their game following the fire at NorthMart - George Andrews. - NorthMart Interview with Derek Reimer. - You can watch the Muskrat Falls inquiry inside but outside is a different scene. - Former Nalcor CEO Ed Martin is in Happy Valley Goose Bay.
    Sep 18, 2018
  • 48:21
    - It's sexual violence awareness week in Happy Valley Goose Bay. - Students still aren't in class in Red Bay today. - Two fires in Happy Valley-Goose Bay over the weekend caused extensive damage to two businesses, - The public inquiry into muskrat falls is set to begin.
    Sep 17, 2018
  • 38:23
    We'll find out why a Happy Valley-Goose Bay man was inspired to put a "friendship bench" in behind his home along the Churchill River. (9:06) Losing the Cartwright Connection. We'll ask the MHA for the south coast why a new ferry service won't be servicing that community. (20:33) calling all foodies...a culinary tour called From The Rock is coming back to the Big Land...we'll get all the tasty details. (28:03) A calendar featuring Merb'ys is back with more glitter and flippery fun for 2019. We'll speak with a couple of Labrador mermen who are in the calendar.
    Sep 14, 2018
  • 48:29
    Soil tests at the future site of the Labrador Wellness Centre in Happy Valley Goose Bay deem the soil there safe after hundreds of rusty barrels were found beneath the surface there. (6:00) Eugene Hart was re-elected as Chief in last week's Sheshatshiu Innu First Nation election. We'll find out what the key issues he and council will be tackling going forward. (14:15) A fire in North West River has levelled a home, the fire chief tells us what happened. (17:41) People on the Labrador's North Coast had to go without Bell Aliant long distance and internet for more than 24 hours when the problems with the service started kicking in on Tuesday. We'll find out what happened when we speak with the AngajukK√Ęk of Nain. (32:01) It's now stretching from Labrador to BC, to California. Find out why Universal Helicopters has been on a spending spree. (38:31) The Best Kind Comedy Trio is rolling into Happy Valley-Goose Bay., Churchill Falls and Labrador City...we'll tell you about their show.
    Sep 13, 2018
  • 36:28
    A huge zebra was spotted driving around Happy Valley Goose Bay the other day... well actually it was a couple of german tourists in a very unique vehicle. (10:37) We'll find out why programs at the Aboriginal Family Centre in Happy Valley-Goose Bay have been put on hold. (19:17) The Nunatsiavut Government isn't jumping for joy over Labrador's new ferry service next year, we speak with the Nunatsiavut Government's First Minister. (28:01) The town of Happy Valley Goose Bay says more capacity is needed on its dock and more thought needs to be given to the new ferry that will run between its dock and all points North.
    Sep 12, 2018
  • 28:03
    On Labrador morning we hear from the head of the local service district in Black Tickle who's relived a new ferry will still visit his community. (10:13) A parent in Red Bay explains why her two kids are still out of school, and the minister of education responds to complaints about a lack of teachers. (20:49) Hear what a space gun sounds like and we'll speak to the man who fired it near Cartwright
    Sep 11, 2018
  • 28:35
    The province announced two new ferries to service the straits and north coast. (5:50) Bob Jackman remembers his son as part of the suicide prevention walk in Happy Valley - Goose Bay. (15:24) Woodwards and Nunatsiavut Group of Companies are going to operate the service, they explain how the new ferries will work. (21:41)
    Sep 10, 2018
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