Michael Jong is Boston Strong
It takes strength, stamina, and resilince to run the Boston Marathon. And that's exaclty what Labrador's Michael Jong used when he tackled the famous race one year after the Boston bombings. Jong was there last year when 3 people were killed and well...
Labrador West hospital update
One of the big questions on the minds of people in Labrador West is when the new hospital will open. Nick McGrath is the MHA for Labrador West and Minister of Transportation and Works.
Easter dinner with former boarding house residents
The Salvation Army held a community meal, and the the 32 people evicted from Newman's boarding house were invited. The boarding house closed due to financial pressures. But one family whose brother used to stay there is breathing a sigh of relief.
Talking with MHA Keith Russell
It's been a while since the MHA for Central Labrador has been on our show. We invited him to talk about a few issues -- from road work to hospital beds to Frank Coleman.
Planning for Labrador West Relay for Life
This year, some relays will change from an overnight event, to a daytime event. But not in Labrador West. Mike Power spoke with organizer Thelma Rickets.
Talking about Frank Coleman
The whole province is talking about Frank Coleman -- the person who's set to be the next Premier. CBC reporters gathered the thoughts from NL residents.
More on HV-GB boarding house closure
Labrador Institute researcher Rebecca Schiff says there's a real lack of housing options in town. She's studying the housing situation in Labrador, and she's the co-chair of the Housing and Homelessness Coalition.
Nunatsiavut bucks low graduation rate trend
Rates of graduation across all Inuit regions in Canada are low -- but Nunatsiavut is seeing some success. Mike Power speaks with Jodie Lane about the issue.
Bumpy ride through Southern Labrador
The road through Labrador is in pretty rough shape, and nowhere is that more apparent than outside of the gas station in Forteau, where people are finding some creative alternatives to using the pothole-riddled road through the strait.
HV-GB town council reverses seniors tax hike
The town called a special meeting to announce changes to its plan to cancel a property tax discount for seniors, for one year -- between 25 and 50 per cent for seniors who don't fall into the low-income bracket.
NL government looking at new iron ore development
The Provincial government is entering into exclusive discussions with a consortium led by Altius Resources, on the development of the Julienne Lake Iron ore deposit in Western Labrador. Reporter Mike Power spoke with Natural Resources Minister Derek...
The Independent lauches cultural journal
The newspaper is branching out, with a brand new online journal called Landwash - a quarterly journal of literary and creative arts. Hans Rollmann is the editor of Landwash.
Metis win an appeal court battle
The federal court of appeal has upheld a ruling saying Metis people are included as Indians under the constitution. The decision comes a year after the federal government appealed a lower court's ruling. Todd Russell is president of NunatuKavut.
Report says housing market cooling down in Labrador
Housing markets in central and western Labrador seem a little slower these days, following what appears to be a national trend. A senior economist with Scotiabank says that slow-down will have far-reaching effects.
Nasittuq loses North Warning System contract
The federal government has awarded a new contract to Raytheon Canada, and the company will soon be taking over for Nasittuq.The Nunatsiavut Group of Companies owns shares in Nasittuq. James Thorbourne is the president and CEO of NGC.
John Furlong - Long Time CBC Radio host passes away at 63
CBC Radio and TV is in mourning today. Colleague and long-time journalist John Furlong has died. Furlong was 63. He died within weeks of being diagnosed with cancer.
Ready the Ranger!
MHA Randy Edmunds wants to know what the minister of transportation is doing to make sure the Northern Ranger is ready to go this year.
Sealers on the Labrador straight wait out the ice
Sean Normore is lives in Lives in L'anse au Loup and he says the ice is as bad as he's seen it. And he's not going anywhere until conditions improve.
Overwhelmed at the shelter
Faiths Haven Animal Shelter is innundated with a high number of pets.
It's been a rough season for ferry travellers in this province. Ice conditions have put the MV Sir Robert Bond off its service run over and over again..... sometimes for weeks. We speak with Transportation Minister Nick McGrath
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