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  • Co-op conversation

    Earlier this year, Edmunds — MHA for Torngat Mountains — started a Facebook group called “Co-op stores in Nunatsiavut?” The idea, he said, came ...

  • ‘I heard the impact’

    “It was a Sunday evening at about 8:30 p.m.,” recalled Katie, who remembers that night as if it happened yesterday and not 43 years ago. “Marilyn ...

  • ‘Larger than life’

    Alphonse Rudkowski — a long time resident of Wabush — passed away on Oct. 16 at the Long Term Care Home in Happy Valley-Goose Bay at the age of ...

  • Nain man arrested for drug possession

    On Oct. 26th, Nain RCMP were conducting patrols in the community when they came across an intoxicated male sitting on the ...

  • Combatting the cold

    Newfoundland and Labrador Housing Corporation (NLHC) is hoping to alleviate those concerns by setting up an ‘out of the cold’ program for those ...

  • John Shiwak will long be remembered

    Dear Editor, I read with interest your Oct. 13th article in The Labradorian “Labrador connection- new hall at MUN residence named after WW1 Inuk ...

  • Healthy kids, healthy school

    The retired primary teacher and tireless volunteer of the Kids Eat Smart program at Peacock Primary School in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, has been ...

  • Help wanted

    Michelle Vachon, a new member of the Comité des arents francophones d'Happy Valley-Goose Bay which runs the program at École Boréale, said ...

  • Innu leader disheartened by viral video

    On Oct. 13th, a Happy Valley-Goose Bay woman — Sadie Fillier Acreman — posted a minute-long video to her Facebook page. In it, two women appear ...

  • ‘As long as I’m healthy, I’m running’

    Turns out the ‘when’ was Oct. 12, as the 51-year old cancer survivor completed her first-ever full Trapline marathon in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. ...