Labrador Morning

 
 

Labrador Morning

Hosted by Bailey White and Matt McCann, the program keeps people informed about what's happening around them. Labradorians hear about it first on Labrador Morning.

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Love of patients, of caribou, of differences, love all around

On today's show, hear our local sports columnist Craig Wallace. We'll take you to the meeting that was held in Happy Valley - Goose Bay last night to update the public on the caribou populations and how to deal with wolves. We'll hear from the Chief Nursing Officer with Labrador Grenfell Health. From being outed to selling out, we'll chat with a playwright from Labrador West about his first full-length play that is now available in paperback. And scouts are back in Lab West, and going strong in HVGB, we'll hear from the two group commissioners.

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It's about running, building, hunting, eating and serving patients better.

On today's show, we hear from a athlete in Yukon cheered all the way from Labrador. We talk polar bear hunt. Habitat for Humanity NL has partnered with the community of Happy Valley-Goose Bay to build a duplex and help a couple families to become home owners, but they could use your help in the process.We're taking you to the wet lab at the Nain Research Centre to find out why samples are taken from ringed seals before the remainder of the meat is prepared for the community freezer. And we tell you about how nurses round every hour as part of LGH changes.

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Have a listen to find out about what's happening right now in the Big Land

On today's show we check in with the Seniors 50+ Club in Lab West who are officially opening their new space today. The federal and provincial government laid out a plan to help stabilize this province's electricity rates under the shadow of Muskrat Falls, we'll get reaction from the mayor of Wabush. We'll talk more about the mild winter we've been having here in Labrador. We're continuing our look at the Nain community freezer. Including you in your health care, nurses are doing their shift changes at the patient's bedside, we'll hear about that in our health care series. but before all that, the family of Jacob Collins seeks answers days after their son's death

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Sportsmeet, valentine's contest, Nain community freezer and much more!

On today's show we get an update on how the Winter Sportsmeet went in Postville. We speak with the Chief Medical Officer of Health to get a handle on the risks to contract the Coronavirus. The deep freeze...we're dropping by the Nain Research Centre which houses the community freezer. We'll find out how it works, and what difference it's making in a community that struggles with food insecurity. And nurses need all the help then can get. we're bringing you a series on a model implemented by the province to improve the lives of nurses and their patients care.

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A new documentary, a new song and an old car on today's show!

On today's show, Derina Harvey hasn't been home to Labrador for over a decade, but Labrador isn't far from her heart. We'll chat with the musician about HER new version of the famed song, Northern Lights of Labrador. It's Day 4 at Northern Lights 2020...we're checking in with one of the artists from the Labrador contingent, as well as Nunatsiavut's Director of Tourism. Later on the show we'll chat self-defense and self-care with a lady from Labwest organizing a weekend of women empowerment. And we'll hear the story about a old rusty car that's sitting on the side of Hamilton River Road in HVGB.

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Some awareness, some celebration and a lot of fun!

On today's show given that it's Eating Disorder Awareness Week in Canada, we'll hear one ladies story about her struggles and talk with a psychologist about ways to find help. One year down and 14 more to go. We talk with Labrador Marine about their plans to improve the 2020 ferry service for Labrador. It's the most wonderful time of the year...Carnival Time! We'll tell you about HVGB efforts to revive it's winter carnival. We're taking you back to the the Northern Lights conference to check in with the Executive Director of the Newfoundland and Labrador Craft Council who is involved in the high-profile event in Ottawa. What kind of work goes into preparing for the sports meet? We hear from some athletes attending.

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From science to arts with some great chats in between

On today's show they're built for the trails, but keep you warm, we meet the men driving Smart Cars on tracks. Winning matches or making matches, we have the scoop from the coordinator of this year's sports meet on the north coast. A 4.3 magnitude earthquake was felt by some in Makkovik and Postville earlier this week. We hear from an earthquake expert. MHA Lisa Dempster tells us more about getting fire services in Black Tickle after a fire destroyed a home.Northerners go south to Ottawa to talk about business opportunities in places like Labrador and the Arctic and it's the first Wednesday of the month, we find out what's coming up at the arts centres in Labrador.

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Violence, earthquake, fire and working with grass that's all on today's podcast

Standing up against violence. February is Violence Prevention month. We'll hear how it's being recognised across Labrador. We'll hear from the AngajukKak of Postville about the 4.2 magnitude earthquake that was recorded about 17 km away from the community. We'll find out more about a fire in Black Tickle that happened on Friday evening. And we'll get all the details on the upcoming grass work workshop that's starting up in Rigolet tonight.

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Watch out for your shadow, your credid card statement and for that new app in HVGB

On today's show, find out about a famous Labrador groundhog and what to check on your credit card to avoid paying for stuff you never bought. We'll also tell you all about HVGB new town app.

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Football, music, granola and a new children's book

On today's show we talk sports with DJ for a day Mark Foley. We also talk about some Granola made in this province and reactions from a newly published Innu book.

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Innu book launch in Sheshatshiu, recycling in Labwest and January blues

On today's show we hear once more about a book telling the story of the Innu protests against low-level flying in Labrador as the book Nutaui's Cap has it's official Labrador Launch in Sheshatshiu tonight. We hear from two Labradorians who are heading to the Superbowl. We'll take you inside a Labrador tent for a story telling session and some flummies. We're breaking down details on the new Labrador West Green Depot. And we talk about the economic impact of the corona-virus.

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Let's talk today and whenever because mental health is precious!

On today's show we hear from a Labrador tea expert. We dig into a report on climate change and health based out of Rigolet. We find out where and why people should really take the time to talk and listen about challenges relating to mental health and we hear from a musher in Mud Lake that would like people to be aware of his dog trail on the lake.

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Craving for caribou... As the hunting ban is maintained, Nunatsiavut would like the province to help find solutions

On today's show we get all the details on a summer literacy camp that's happening in Nunatsiavut. We discuss the growing frustrations as the George River caribou hunting ban is maintained, but hunting still takes place. Then the Nunatsiavut Government wants to talk to you about names of local places throughout the region. And we drop by a story telling tent to hear a tale from a well-known Labradorian.

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How to deal with warranty work on new vehicle in Labrador and meet our new columnist

On today's show, what do you know about the harp? Hear from Benny Powell on childhood memories and find out why Labradorians have to think twice before they choose their vehicle's brand.

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We talk Morse code, Chinese New Year, curling fundraiser and we say goodbye to Jacob

On today's show, the Point Amour Lighthouse will serve once again as a great transmission spot this weekend for a team of amateur radio operators. We hear from a HVGB man who's trying to navigate the medical system. We welcome WelcomeNL to talk about their upcoming events. And Jacob Barker is our DJ for the day on his last day at CBC NL.

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A new ordinary member in Makkovik, and a cultural and heritage guardian on a mission

On Today's show we talk a lot about snowmobile , the different models and how to operate them safely.we get an update from the White Wolf Snowmobile Club in Lab West after it was ravaged by a fire last week. we hear from John Andersen Makkovik's new representative at the Nunatsiavut Assembly. And we come back on the Innu heritage forum that took place earlier this week.

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Find out the latest from the Nunatsiavut assembly, Canada Goose latest collection,

On Today's show, we hear from a woman in Nunatsiavut who designed a Canada Goose coat for this year's collection. Tyler Edmunds, newly elected as the First Minister of Nunatsiavut, talks about his priorities. We talk about a new text book partly in Inuktitut to teach about Inuit's life and culture. And we take off to the airfield in HVGB to learn about a military exercise that's underway.

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Adventure, snow, dogs and politics!

On today's show we hear from a Labradorian living in St. John's who says this recent storm reminds her of the Storm of '82. We talk about a new video series documenting Justin Barbour's trip across Labrador. We have the latest on the court procedures of the Labrador Land Protectors. Barking up the wrong tree, North West River is ridding the town of their wayward, wandering dogs. And we check with MHA Lisa Dempster to find out how Labrador is being affected by stormageddon 2020.

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Snow, ice and Them Days special magazine on veterans!

On today's show we hear the story of Levi Snow born in the midst of one of the worst snowstorms ever recorded in this province. You can't escape the cold in Labrador, but you can Skate in it. A new rink is bringing frozen fun to North West River. We're meeting the new CEO of Food First NL, an organization that has been working with the communities of Rigolet and Hopedale since 2010. We'll get reaction to the town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay not allocating any funds in Budget 2020 for not-for-profit organizations and we find out about an upcoming issue of Them Days that focuses on Labrador's veterans.

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Labrador Filipino community reacts to Taal Volcano eruption, fire that claimed a groomer and more in Lab West, a look at local sports, brass band rehearsal in Nain, and more1

On today's show, we'll hear from a member of the Labrador Filipino community about the devastating impact of a volcano that began erupting last Sunday, we'll have the details about the fire that destroyed some expensive equipment owned by the White Wolf Snowmobile Club in Lab West, we'll get an update on local sports from Craig Wallace. Plus, we'll drop by a brass band rehearsal at Jens Haven Memorial School in Nain. We'll meet some students who are learning how to play brass instruments and celebrate their Inuit musical traditions, and finally, we'll take a look back at the Storm of '82, a blizzard that took over Lab West.

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An app that puts Indigenous knowledge at the forefront, update on trail conditions, ice worries in Churchill Falls, more info on Route 138, and a program that teaches youth how to build a komatik

On today's show, we'll find out about a new web platform and app that provides information about ice safety and weather across the Arctic, while putting Indigenous knowledge at the forefront, We'll get an update on the trail conditions from a snowmobiler who traveled from Makkovik to Happy Valley-Goose Bay, and it's a phenomenon this Churchill Falls man has never seen before. Air pockets forming and breaking right over the main snowmobile trail above Churchill Falls, we'll talk to him about the danger those air pockets can pose. Also, we'll find out why a Quebec Mayor is not only supportive of the fixed link project, but also says constructing Route 138 connecting Labrador to Quebec's North Shore will make all the difference. Finally, we'll hear about a program that's teaching youth how to build a Komatik.

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Reaction on the fixed link across the Strait of Belle Isles, Ice conditions affecting Cain's Quest, exploring Alaska for options NG's potential renewable energy, and more!

On today's show, the mayor of Port Aux Basques is opposed to a fixed link across the Strait of Belle Isles, but at least one Labrador group is in full support. We'll speak with the president of the Combined Councils of Labrador to find out more, the excitement of Cain's Quest is lurking all around Labrador, but the lack of ice and snow may cause a few problems for the race; we'll chat with the chair of Cain's Quest to find out what's planned for this year's race. Plus, exploring Alaska for options. We'll hear about Nunatsiavut's potential for renewable energy. Finally, we'll take you to St. John's where two Labrador tents were erected not too far from the traffic infested roadway to welcome new students this semester.

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Multiplex in Nain opening in a few weeks, Newco Metal expanding, putting the nix on the fixed link, and how an Inuk from Nain is connecting with other Inuit in St. John's

On today's show, we'll have the details on the new multiplex that's opening up in Nain in the next few weeks and how you can apply to be one of its new residents, Newco Metal is expanding in Labrador, we'll talk to the Operations Manager to find out what that means. Plus, putting the nix on the fixed link. The mayor of Port aux Basques is traveling to North Sydney this week to rally support against the connecting the island to Labrador, and finally, we'll hear how one Inuk from Nain inspired a new program to connect with other Inuit in St. John's.

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New NCC programs helps cover the cost of medical and home costs, Curbside recycling in Churchill Falls, memories of when John Crosbie visited Labrador, and tips to get the right amount of sleep!

On today's show, NunatuKavut members will now be able to avail of new programs to help with the costs of medical travel and home repairs, we'll talk to NCC President Todd Russell who will tell us more, curbside recycling is something most Labradorians can only dream of; except in Churchill Falls where Nalcor made it a reality to a certain degree. Plus, we'll hear some memories of when John Crosbie visited Labrador over the years, and finally, new year, new resolutions. For most of us getting fit and living a healthier lifestyle tops the list, but this sleep consultant says better sleep habits is the key to a healthier lifestyle.

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Culture Centre in Nain one of the decades top architectural projects in Canada, Labrador couple rink-side for the World Junior Hockey Champs game, Labrador man being invested into Order of Newfoundland and Labrador, and healthy ways to deal with grief

On today's show, we'll find out more about Nain's new cultural centre which is now considered one of the decades top architectural projects in Canada, we'll talk to a Labrador City couple who were rink-side for the World Junior Ice Hockey Championships. Plus, we'll get the details on Robert Lyall who has been volunteering his time to groups around Labrador for over sixty years. Finally, there has been a lot of Labradorians grieving lately from the loss of family and friends, we'll find out how to deal with grief healthily.

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From an igloo to winter wear, this show is all about cold weather and more

On today's show, for our throw-back Thursday , we're re-airing an interview with Levi Nochasak and his son Noah about building an igloo in their yard in Nain each January. We meet Mckenzie Dyson who tells us about her love of beading. We get a tour of one of several homes in HVGB that were broken into over the holidays. We head to Labrador West to talk about when it's too icy for academics. We check out a walking program in Nain that's non only about promoting fitness, but offer a social occasion too! And we reflect on how clothing played a big part of the International Grenfell Association's mission in Labrador.

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Immigration, indigenous languages and the state of ice in the Big Land

On today's show a story about immigration to Atlantic Canada. We meet another youth film maker who has produced a video about what being indigenous means to them. We find out about the Begin Walking program that happens each Wednesday at the College of the North Atlantic gym in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. Then we hear about Ice, permafrost and weather station with dr Robert Way. And we finish the show talking theatre etiquette with arts columnist Matthew Barrett.

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Have a listen to find out more about drum dancing,ice conditions and service dogs in Labrador

On today's show, we meet one of the young film makers behind the SHIELD video project about what it means to be indigenous. We speak with Nain Ground Search and Rescue about why people need to be extremely careful when travelling on the ice as conditions may be unsafe.We talk service dogs with Rhea Dale and we hear more about the tensions between Iran and the USA. A recent incident in Labrador West has sparked new discuss regarding the Service Animal Act. We'll hear from a mother in HVGB about the challenges her family faces as owners of a service dog.

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It's about indigenous youth, political views and Australian devastation...

On today's show we talk Today is Old Christmas day or Nalujuk Night. We're going to find out about some videos that indigenous youth in Labrador made. Continuing our look back on 2019, we hear from MP Yvonne Jones and MHA Lisa Dempster. And we hear from an Australian now living in Happy Valley-Goose Bay on how the fire is impacting his native homeland.

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2020 might bring some competition when it comes to ferry up the north coast of Labrador

On today's show, we'll hear from psychologist Dr. Janine Hubbard about New Year's resolutions. The Labrador Affairs office closed in Wabush and we'll hear why and what some people think about the decision. The Northern Ranger is set to go into service again this summer, but the operator may surprise you. We'll hear from Peter Woodward about the new vessels and what's ahead for Woodward Group of Companies. And we'll hear about a Labrador artist digging deep, in the province's art scene.

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Join us as we continue our review of 2019 and what's to come in 2020

We'll talk about awareness to service dogs and we'll hear from MHAs on a look back on 2019 and what they are looking forward to in the year ahead and we'll have Ashlee Cunsolo talk about mental health and how it can be linked to climate change.

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Happy New Year Labrador!

Hear from a few mayors in the big land and a rescue in Mary's Harbour.

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Some of 2019 in the Big Land!

We're taking a look back on the stories we brought you throughout 2019. Some made us laugh, others brought tears to our eyes, but they all told a tale of life in Labrador.

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Merry Christmas from Labrador Morning

Have a listen to some wishes from all over the Big Land!

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Tibb's Eve show!

On today's show we bring you a new story from Dave Paddon, Labrador Morning's Tyler Mugford has a Top 5 favourites for holiday movies. We're getting some safety tips for using fireworks. We are giving you the opportunity to see Nunatsiavut through the lens of photographer Geoff Goodyear. We meet Wabush Girl and you'll want to check out her Instagram. Then we talk to our show psychologist Jeannine Hubbard on how to enjoy a stress free holiday. And house doctor Peter Lin joins us to offer some tips on staying healthy this holiday season.

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New piano installed at the airport in Happy Valley Goose-Bay, an update on local sports, tips from an expert on cooking turkey's, Labrador's first local craft beer brewery, and much more!

On today's show, we'll hear more about a piano that's been installed at the airport in Happy Valley Goose-Bay, and update on local sports from our sports columnist Craig Wallace, and If you have a curiosity about things that crawl, fly, or scutter about, we have a book you'll find fascinating, no doubt! Are you worried about cooking that big turkey this holiday season? Worry not! There's an expert to help and they're only a phone call away. Plus, Labrador is now home to its first-ever local craft beer brewery, we'll get all the details from brothers Dave and Brian Hurley who opened the brewery, Labrador is comprised of many makers, crafters, artisans and more. And finally, this week we're bringing you some folks we chatted with, and today we're bringing you to Bert Penney's shed.

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Program offered at Grenfell Campus aimed at Indigenous students, a chat with a local bird compiler, highlighting an artist in Churchill Falls, first ever Miss Teen Labrador Pageant, and so much more

On today's show, We'll talk to a local bird compiler who's taking part in the 120th Christmas Bird Count for Bird's Canada which is the country's leading science-based bird conservation organization, this kitty got it confused, you're supposed to come down the chimney, not crawl up under the shed! we'll get all the details on Max the cat. We'll hear more about a program that's offered at the Grenfell Campus in Corner Brook that's aimed at Indigenous students around the province. Plus, Labrador is comprised of many makers, crafters, artisans and more. This week we're bringing you some folks we chatted with, and for today's artist we'll hear from Percy Cutler, We'll have all the details on the first-ever Miss Teen Labrador Pageant that's happening in the New Year. Finally, do you send Christmas cards during the holidays? Well, there's one person that would love to get a card in the mail, we'll tell you all about it.

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Here are some of the stories from the Big Land coming up to Christmas

In this podcast you'll hear the story of a resident from Mud lake hoping for more cold so the river freeze. you'll hear from RCMP reminding you not to take the wheel if you consume alcohol or drugs during the holidays.You'll get the top 5 video games to give as gifts this holiday season. we'll talk baking with Florence Faulkner and so much more have a listen!

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LABRADOR MORNING TURKEY DRIVE 2019

Thank you for all the volunteers who braved the cold once again this year ! 277 turkeys and 4645 $ in just under 3 hours...WOW! Thank you Have a listen to get you in the spirit of Christmas!

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An update on PAL airlines flight 922, celebrating the first anniversary of the opening of the foodbank in Nain, how one school on the south coast is giving back this year, and more!

On today's show, we'll talk to Miriam Lidd who was on PAL airlines flight 922, and how she dealt with the racist comments made, we'll take you to the foodbank in Nain that is marking its first anniversary this month, and we'll find out what just what kind of year it's been. Plus, we'll have the details on how a school on the south coast is getting into the Christmas spirit by giving back to the community. Finally, we'll hear from Anne Budgell, who wrote the book 'We all Expected to Die: Spanish Influenza in Labrador, 1918-1919.'

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Labradorian who worked with Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch, Smart ICEs 'Smart Buoy', who was Roland Shears? A children's book about NATO's low level flying in Labrador

On today's show, we'll hear from a Labradorian who worked with Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch, we'll get all the details on Smart ICE's 'Smart Buoy' a device that measures the thickness of the ice. Plus, we're going to speak with a long-time volunteer with the Roland Shears Memorial Christmas Hampers in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, and we'll learn more about the man for whom the hampers are named after. Finally, a children's book called Nutaui's Cap is hot off the presses and we'll get all the details on it.

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'This the season of sharing

On today's show, we re-air and interview with Dr. Rawluk , a well known obstetrician in Happy Valley-Goose Bay that passed away last weekend. We hear part of the heartfelt speech from MHA Lela Evans. We hear from the lawyer who represented Jonathan Henoche about the conclusion of the coroner on the inmate's death. Then a good news story about a cabin built by Innu to teach the next generation about life on the land. We discover the challenges of living with muscular dystrophy through Elvis Strangemore's experience. And we go live to a Labradorian attending COP 25 in Madrid, to discuss climate change.

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'This the season of celebration

On today's show we get a ride on a new groomer at the cross country ski club in Labrador West. We check out a state-of-the-art breastfeeding pod officially launched at the Goose Bay airport. We hear from the president of Nunatsiavut Government regarding the resignation of Kate Mitchell. We find out what's happening this month at the arts centres in Labrador.

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'Tis the season of memories

On today's show, a young labradorian is in Madrid attending the climate summit. We talk budget for the residents of Happy Valley-Goose Bay. We reflect on the life and career of Dr. Wieslaw Rawluk who passed away this past weekend. And we talk about the efforts put in to deliver the Christmas Hamper in HVGB.

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'This the season of giving

On today's show the impact of the plastic bag ban in HVGB. It's the week to talk about HIV in indigenous communities. And Labrador West have all kind of initiative on the go to give back during this Holiday season.

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Saying bye-bye to single use plastic bags, tips on Black Friday shopping, 15th annual Steve Ramey Memorial Hockey tournament, stories of the Advent season from an elder in Nain and much more!

On today's show, we are saying bye-bye to the bag! Happy Valley-Goose Bay town council voted unanimously to ban plastic shopping bags this week, and we'll get the details from town councilor Lori Dyson-Edmonds. You know it's getting close to the holiday season when Black Friday advertisements are kicking around. We'll hear some people's thoughts on the annual sale. Plus, the 15th Annual Steve Ramey Memorial Hockey Tournament is kicking off this weekend, and we'll hear from Blake Ramey, who is the son of Steve Ramey and is playing his last games at the tournament this weekend. Also, this Sunday marks the beginning of Advent, and we'll hear stories from an elder in Nain about the Advent season. And, we'll talk to a local business in town that made some exclusive lip balm that some of you lucky listeners have a chance to win!

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Who was Nancy Columbia? Details on the 10th annual Celtic Christmas show, check in with HVGB's SPCA and much more!

On today's show, we'll hear the story of Nancy Columbia, who's a name you might remember from the history books. We'll get the details on the 10th annual Celtic Christmas show, and we'll find out more about the annual book sale that's happening in Happy Valley Goose-Bay this weekend. Plus, for this week's throwback Thursday, we'll hear from an Inuk from Nain that worked in Australia with Koala Bears. Dollars to doggies, after a big fundraising week, we're checking in with the HVGB SPCA. Finally, on Friday, a National Film Board film about the Filipino community in Labrador is screening at the O'Brien Arts Centre, and to get in the spirit, we're re-airing a documentary about a group of Filipino fathers Labrador Morning's John Gaudi produced back in 2014.

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Tiny homes that are designed with the North in mind, where do all those turkeys go? And new grooming equipment for the north coast

On today's show, with Labrador Morning's Annual Turkey Drive coming up, we'll find out what happens with all those turkeys that are donated. Plus, they're little, but they tackle some big housing needs. We'll get the details on tiny homes designed for Nunavik, and why the company thinks they're a solution for other Northern regions, and finally, we'll speak with the AngajukKak of Nain to find out more about new grooming equipment.

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An update on Midwifery, sweeping into a new season of curling, what's in store for the Labrador Hunting and Fishing Association in 2020, and why it's hard to find registered Early Childcare Educators

On today's show, we'll hear from the Minister of Health and Community Services with an update on the practice of midwifery. We'll slide right into details about the curling season that's getting started in Happy Valley Goose-Bay. Plus, we'll talk to the president of the Labrador Hunting and Fishing Association to find out what's planned for the new year, and finally, childcare is a challenge for most parents of any young child in this province and we'll find out why registered Early Childcare Educators are so hard to come by.

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A chat with Jeremy Dutcher, why one women in Happy Valley Goose-Bay thinks Labrador Grenfell Health should improve spaces for end-of-life care, a festive library in Churchill Falls, and more

On today's show, we'll talk with Juno award winner Jeremy Dutcher who is performing in Labrador. We'll find out why a woman in Happy Valley-Goose Bay says Labrador Grenfell Health should look at improving the physical spaces at the hospital for end-of-life care. Plus, we'll hear how the library in Churchill Falls may have the most holiday spirit in Labrador, and a local author wants your photos for an upcoming book about children in Nunatsiavut.

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Reactions from the opening of the Illusuak centre, and how prepare for a winter on the north coast of Labrador

On today's show we have more from the official opening of the Illusuak Cultural Centre in Nain. We find out about the art of ordering your goods before winter hits on the north coast of Labrador It's been four years since the first board of the birch island boardwalk was installed, and now, the near 6 kilometre walkway has been finished. And we talk about a sweet house building contest.

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All about the Illusuak center in Nain, despite the weather interference

On today's show we couldn't confirm if the ceremony for the Illusuak Cultural Centre would go ahead in Nain, but we talked about the significance of the centre for people of Nunatsiavut.

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More on ships serving Labrador and a look at the LCAF through the eyes of young participants!

On today's show, we air response from government and Labrador Marine regarding damage goods on the Kamutik W. We stopped by the Vigil for a 23-year-old woman, originally from Nain, who died last week in the in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. We hear from the last show of the Labrador Creative Arts Festival. And we We speak with Heather Scoffield about what to expect in Trudeau's next cabinet.

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Frustrations about ferries, Christmas fundraiser and arts in Labrador

On today's show we hear from NunatuKavut wanting to empower the youth of Labrador with a new program. Then we hear voices from the coast uniting to demand better service when it comes to the ferries serving Labrador. We find out from snowmobile clubs around Labrador if they're ready for the new season. And we hear from John Gaudi who's in Nain for the upcoming opening of the Illusuak center. And staying with art we chat with the adjudicator form the LCAF.

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On Today's show we hear from brave and inspiring women!

On today's show we find out how the Mokami Status of Women Council celebrating 40 years. We hear from a woman in Sheshatshiu sewing hope in her community. We introduce you to a woman from this province who's making her way in the male-dominated shipping industry. And we dig into a recent research that suggests owning a dog may boost survival rates following heart attack or stroke.

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