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  • Another flag flap

    Now, the time has come to decide when the respective flags of these nations should be removed from their poles in front of the Happy Valley-Goose ...

  • Not giving up

    Several of them met at the Aboriginal Family Centre on Nov. 17, as a follow-up to an earlier meeting with representatives of Labrador-Grenfell ...

  • ‘Major step forward’

    That’s because the Happy Valley-Goose Bay Salvation Army Corps leader — along with community partners and the provincial government — found a ...

  • Researcher looks at social impact of Muskrat Falls

    That’s one area Marissa Ley, a master’s student at Dalhousie University in Halifax, wants to find out about the Lower Churchill project. Ley is ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • Astaldi Canada suspends employee following sexual assault allegation

    A pre-trial conference will take place in December for Marco Brollo, with two days in February set aside for trial.Brollo, 49, has pleaded not ...

  • Playing the waiting game

    That was before she tried to use the system. “I came back from two weeks vacation (on Sunday, Sept. 28) … to find out that there were same-day ...

  • 'Working closely with our partners and friends in Canada'

    Consul General Richard Riley, principal officer at the U.S. Consulate General in Halifax, was the guest speaker during his week-long visit to ...