John Gaudi reports from Happy Valley-Goose Bay for CBC's Labrador Morning.
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Happy Valley-Goose Bay woman pleads for sleeping bags after friend dies on frozen trail
Dawn Crocker wants to help people who find themselves with nowhere to go, after Susanna Rich was found dead outside.
Nain community freezer helps tackle food insecurity while enhancing sharing tradition
The community freezer plays a pivotal role in providing traditional food to residents while enhancing a long-standing Inuit food sharing network.
New children's book is based on Innu protests of low-level flying in Labrador
Nutaui's Cap tells the story of demonstrations against NATO's flights, based on the real-life experiences of a young Innu girl.
Goose Bay Airport unveils lactation pod for travelling mothers
Goose Bay Airport is being applauded for installing a high-tech lactation pod that will provide some privacy for women feeding their babies.
Can tiny homes work in the Big Land? This Quebec company thinks so
Nunavik Building says its modular homes are affordable and can withstand the harshest weather in the North.
'Teenagers are sad, and adults don't even know': Innu teen voices amplified through hip-hop song
A group of teenagers in Natuashish worked with a music producer to write and record a hip-hop song expressing their pride — and their struggles.
ATVs destroying Labrador wetlands, says hunting and fishing group
All-terrain vehicle tracks fan out across a boggy area of Happy Valley-Goose Bay, trampling a fragile wetland area that will take years to rehabilitate, says the Labrador Hunting and Fishing Association.
'Feels like home': Growing Asian vegetables in Labrador makes Filipino farmer proud
The Filipino community can't get enough Asian vegetables that a farm is growing and selling for the first time in Happy Valley-Goose Bay.
'A magical experience': Hopedale residents help geologists in search of rocks
It's like putting together a puzzle, "going from 3.2 billion years old all the way up to modern days."
Outreach co-ordinator for transient population in Happy Valley-Goose Bay turned down by province
Requests to the province to fund an outreach co-ordinator for the transient population in Happy Valley-Goose Bay have so far gone unanswered.
Innu elder's book, I Keep the Land Alive, a keepsake for future generations
Elizabeth Penashue's long-awaited story was a lifetime in the making and a decade in the writing.
For the love of suds: Homebrew club makes beer in the 'middle of nowhere'
Labrador West group lets members refine their brewing skills through beer competitions.
Senior nurse at Labrador Health Centre calls it quits, citing 'constant state of turmoil'
A senior nurse hopes her resignation last month from the Labrador Health Centre in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, N.L., because of stressful shortstaffing and other situations sends a strong message to her former employer.
Artist's mural lessens the stress of residents with dementia at Labrador care home
The goal of Lester Burden's artwork at the Happy Valley-Goose Bay facility is to offer a cozy and welcoming touch.
If I Go Missing tells story of teen's fight for missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls
Labrador filmmaker Byron Hamel profiles Winnipeg teenager Brianna Jonnie and her fight for the equal treatment of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.