Finding help for HVGB's transient issue and talking basketball with a huge Raptors fan.

Labrador Morning

On today's podcast, it's 100 years since the first non-stop-trans-Atlantic flight took off from this province. We'll take a flight with one of the organizers of the events to commemorate the centennial anniversary of Alcock and Brown. We find out about a workshop that's bringing community groups together in Happy Valley-Goose Bay to share experiences of living and working in rural and remote communities. The Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay is calling on the provincial government to help with its transient issue. We're talking basketball with one of Labrador's biggest Raptors fans. This summer, a mother is expecting a baby in Mary's Harbour - a place that hasn't seen a new baby in quite a while. We'll find out why it's a big deal. We'll tell you about a storytelling event taking place at the public library in Happy Valley-Goose Bay.

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