Tyler Mugford is a journalist working with CBC in Happy Valley-Goose Bay.
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As crab season gets closer, Labrador harvesters worry about their health amid pandemic
Workers are concerned about keeping their distance in an industry where work is shoulder to shoulder.
Labradorians soaking up fresh air after feeling housebound
Many Labradorians spent the week on snowshoes, skis or snowmobiles to get some fresh air.
Teddy bear hunts take Newfoundland and Labrador by storm
Teddy bears are taking over windows across Newfoundland and Labrador, and children are out to count them all.
NL Hydro billing error sends electric bills soaring on the coast of Labrador
Customers got bills that were double and triple — and in one case, nearly 20 times — the previous month's bill.
'Everyone feels helpless': Fire in Black Tickle stark reminder of lack of emergency service
People in the Labrador community could only watch as a fire destroyed a home Friday evening.
Happy Nalujuk Night! A night of fear and candy
People in Labrador celebrate Nalujuk Night on Old Christmas Day
Northern Ranger to sail again on Labrador coast
The Mushuau Innu First Nation bought the vessel to provide freight, and possibly passenger service, to Natuashish.
Michael Lidd sentenced to 7 years for attempted murder
The 31-year-old's lengthy criminal record includes sexual assault, arson and now attempted murder, for which he was ordered to serve seven years behind bars.
'A labour of love:' Birch Island Boardwalk completed after 4 years of construction
The first board of the Birch Island Boardwalk in Happy Valley-Goose Bay was placed in 2015. The final boards were screwed down on Wednesday.
Here comes the green power: Makkovik installs new solar panel unit
The Town of Makkovik is taking steps to reduce its carbon footprint with the introduction of a 192-panel solar unit.
Reconnecting through sports, 72 older athletes converge in Nain
They were athletes in high school — and they're back in the game, decades later.
Search continues for teachers as Natuashish school struggles to fill staffing void
With so many job vacancies, the principal of the Mushuau Innu Natuashish school says there are days when he has no choice but to send students home.
High winds? No problem: Labrador man takes travellers across strait speedboat
Blair Roberts has gone back and forth three times in his Silver Dolphin with the Qajaq W tied up.
Online database for Inuit art looking for Nunatsiavut artists
The Inuit Art Foundation supports artists across the country.
Inuk in the city: My experience moving from a rural community to St. John's
The realization that I was about 1,400 kilometres away from home hit me harder than I expected, writes Tyler Mugford.