John Gaudi

CBC reporter

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

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Outreach coordinator for transient population in Happy Valley-Goose Bay turned down by province

Requests to the province to fund an outreach coordinator 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.
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When it comes to Christmas trees, it's au natural or nothing

Every year, debate arises over which kind of Christmas tree is the greener choice. CBC's John Gaudi looks at the options in his neck of the woods.

Family overjoyed to finally meet man with loved one's transplanted heart

The recipient underwent heart transplant surgery in 2016, but it wasn't until late September that the two families finally got to meet each other, in person.

Labrador family's search for heart transplant recipient narrows with new clues

The Loder family in Happy Valley-Goose Bay is optimistic about finding the organ transplant recipient who has their loved one's heart after receiving a letter with clues.

'It's healing': Residents of Labrador women's centre to take care of garden

Residents of the Happy Valley-Goose Bay women's centre are responsible for taking care of a garden this summer.

Labrador man's pet rooster killed by roaming husky

Maidment says Marty the rooster was like a member of his family.

'Don't wait on the province': Another Labrador town bans plastic bags

The Town of Cartwright is encouraging other municipalities to bring in their own ban of single-use plastic bags.

Innu elder's walk into the country cut short after spill on snowmobile

"I didn't want to come home," says Penashue, 73, who was on the journey with her grandchildren.

Indigenous groups work on tourism strategy for N.L.

Indigenous groups across Newfoundland and Labrador met in Happy Valley-Goose Bay to discuss building an indigenous tourism industry in the province.

Filipino cook finds his 'second home' in Hopedale

Emmanuel Gutierrez spent more than 15 years in Saudi Arabia so he's still adjusting to the cold of Labrador's north coast, but says the welcome is warm.