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The program keeps people informed about what's happening around them. Whether it's the local weather forecast, a news update or commentary on events around the world, Labradorians hear about it first on Labrador Morning.




Labrador Morning CBC Newfoundland and Labrador P.O. Box 1029, Station “C” Happy Valley - Goose Bay, NL A0P 1C0 1-888-699-8255


Paramedic's actions under review after interaction with Sheshatshiu family

The Sheshatshiu band council chief says a paramedic is not welcome in his community after a controversial video circulated on Facebook last week. Labrador Grenfell Health says it's reviewing the incident.

Duration: 00:12:43

New indigenous music show broadcasts in English and Inuktitut

Angus Andersen, host of First People, First Occupants, an all-indigenous music show on CHMR Radio in St. John's. Andersen is originally from Nain, but he's been living on the island for close to 20 years. He started the radio show just a few weeks ago.

Duration: 00:08:03

NunatuKavut launched $1.5 million community fund

NunatuKavut has created a new fund for community groups like town councils, recreation committees, and not-for-profit groups. It's a 1.5-million-dollar pot for groups between Cartwright and Lodge Bay. Todd Russell is president of NCC.

Duration: 00:08:45

Seniors van service on hold until new vehicle can be purchased

The Labrador Friendship Centre is pumping the brakes on their Seniors' Van ride program until they raise enough money to purchase a new vehicle. CBC's Jonny Hodder spoke with the LFC's Jennifer Hefler-Elson and Jamie Jackman.

Duration: 00:09:24

Premier Ball should give up Labrador Affairs portfolio, says opposition leader Paul Davis

Opposition leader Paul Davis believes the continued closure of the Labrador and Aboriginal Affairs office in Happy Valley-Goose Bay is proof it's time for Premier Dwight Ball to hand over the Labrador Affairs portfolio to another member of his cabinet.

Duration: 00:09:05

Striped bass showing up in Labrador

Striped bass aren't normally found this far north and that has people concerned for the health of salmon populations. Trish Nash is a Nunatukavut biologist and Todd Russell is the president of the NunatuKavut Community Council.

Duration: 00:11:13

Innu girls, women trek through Labrador wilderness

Seven girls and six women from Natuashish have completed a gruelling walk through the Labrador interior. On Saturday, their community will celebrate.

Duration: 00:10:57

Happy Valley-Goose Bay Recyclers

After working on a radio series devoted to recycling in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, CBC's John Gaudi decided to put his research into action. He helped create HV-GB Recyclers, a grassroots recycling program. Chris Griffin helps sort through what's collected.

Duration: 00:07:46

Lab City council wants to delay municipal election

The town of Labrador City has asked the department of municipal affairs for permission to hold off on elections. Mayor Karen Oldford says residents need more time to consider amalgamation with neighbouring Wabush.

Duration: 00:07:50

Lawyer for residential school survivors optimistic about potential apology from federal government

Lawyer Steven Cooper is hopeful residential school survivors in this province will receive an apology from the federal government. Cooper met with Ottawa officials and survivors in Happy Valley-Goose Bay last week. He spoke with CBC's Katie Breen.

Duration: 00:08:52

Brooklyn Wolfrey heading to World Dwarf Games

Brooklyn Wolfrey, 9, is on her way from Rigolet to Guelph to compete in and preform at the World Dwarf Games.

Duration: 00:07:28

Lawyer for residential school survivors in NL discusses federal apology

A meeting discussing an apology is being held in Happy Valley-Goose Bay on Thursday among federal officials, and residential school survivors and their lawyer, Steven Cooper.

Duration: 00:08:47

Lisa Dempster is the new minister for children, seniors and social development

The MHA for Cartwright-L'anse au Clair joins cabinet at a time when the foster care system is under intense scrutiny in Labrador.

Duration: 00:09:01

Innu elder Elizabeth Penashue to receive new tent from Sheshatshiu band council

The Sheshatshiu band council has stepped in to replace Elizabeth Penashue's traditional Labrador tent which was destroyed in a fire two weeks ago. Penashue and her daughter, Kanani Davis, spoke with CBC's Jonny Hodder.

Duration: 00:09:19

Canadian Senators want Learning, Flowers, and Davis released from jail

Five senators signed an open letter calling for the release of three protesters who were taken into custody after they refused to promise not to interfere with the Muskrat Falls project. Kim Pate is one of the Senators who signed that letter.

Duration: 00:10:32

Happy Valley-Goose Bay's Matt Pike cycling across Canada

Matthew Pike is about to do something incredible. In just a few days, he will complete a cross-country bike ride in St. John's. He started in British Columbia, and pedalled his way east, all the while raising money for Children's Wish Foundation.

Duration: 00:06:54

James Poker and Kirby Mistenapeo: parents want boys' stories heard at upcoming foster care inquiry

James Poker and Kirby Mistenapeo were from the same small Innu community and were around the same age when they died. Their parents want the circumstances around their deaths heard at an upcoming inquiry.

Duration: 00:13:08

'It's just all black soot': Fire near Happy Valley-Goose Bay destroys Innu elder Elizabeth Penashue's traditional tent

Respected Innu elder Elizabeth Penashue received some upsetting news last week when a mysterious overnight fire destroyed her traditional Labrador tent. CBC's Jonny Hodder spoke with Penashue and her daughter, Kanani Davis, at the site of the fire.

Duration: 00:09:19

Healthy Waters Labrador responds to criticisms, provides update on Birch Island Restoration project

Healthy Waters Labrador is overseeing a million dollar restoration project at the Birch Island walking trail. But some residents say the project is restricting access to the popular area. HWL's Marina Biasuttia-Brown speaks with CBC's Jonny Hodder.

Duration: 00:10:24

Marjorie Flowers' stepdaughter speaks out about her jailing

Marjorie Flowers, Jim Learning, and Eldred Davis are all being held at Her Majesty's Penitentiary in St. John's. They're accused accused of breaking a court injunction barring them from blocking Muskrat Falls traffic and getting too close to the site.

Duration: 00:05:39

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