John Gaudi

CBC reporter

John Gaudi reports from Happy Valley-Goose Bay for CBC's Labrador Morning.

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At a Natuashish gathering, a chance to reconnect with old friends and old ways

Hundreds of Innu elders from Labrador and Quebec gathered in Natuashish for a weeklong celebration.

Happy Valley-Goose Bay sisters want community centre run by their late mother to reopen

For decades, Sandra Earle poured her heart and soul into a social housing complex in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, transforming Perrault Place into a safe, welcoming area. But the community centre closed after she died in the spring, and her family wants to get it up and running again.

How this couple found love in a seniors' care home

Israel Hann and Eileen Baikie got to know each other at a seniors' home in Corner Brook. When she asked if he would like to move back to North West River with her, he said, "I do," and they did.

4 generations of a family working in Churchill Falls reflect on 50 years of power

Robert Dawe and his family cherish their small, tight-knit community and are proud to help keep the legacy of the hydroelectric plant going.

Screenwriter originally from Labrador wins big at international competition

Happy Valley-Goose Bay-born screenwriter Byron Hamel has won a prestigious Academy Nicholl Fellowship in Screenwriting for his first drama, Shade of the Grapefruit Tree, which is based on his childhood, growing up with an abusive stepfather in California.

Labrador man going to jail for possession of child pornography awaits judge's decision

Valance Job Oliver, who is well known in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, is waiting to hear a judge's decision on his jail sentence after he pleaded guilty to possessing child pornography.

Natuashish man acquitted of attempted murder after conflicting testimony from victim

Nigel Raphael Rich was acquitted of four charges in Happy Valley-Goose Bay Supreme Court when the judge said the case against him hadn't been proven beyond reasonable doubt.

How can you be healthy if you're not treated fairly? Why health care in Labrador is changing

Labrador-Grenfell Health is working with Indigenous groups to improve cultural sensitivity at its health centres in a bid to improve health care for Indigenous people.

Labrador Filipino family in shock after father dies of COVID-19 back home

Two Filipino sisters and their families in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, coping with the loss of their loved one a half a world away in the Philippines, are grateful to have support in Labrador.

Labrador driving examiner who took bribe from undercover cop gets house arrest, probation

Scott Norman pleaded guilty to breaching the public's trust in connection to an 2019 incident when he accepted a bribe from an undercover RCMP officer during a driving examination.