Profile of Ty Dunham

Ty Dunham is a reporter/photographer with The Aurora newspaper, which serves the Labrador communities of Labrador City and Wabush.

All articles of Ty Dunham

  • Provincial Drama Festival to showcase cultural talent of province

    The arts have a long cultural history in Newfoundland and Labrador, but actor and impressionist Greg Malone said it’s not being taken seriously ...

  • Lower budget forces Labrador City council to delay necessary upgrades

    Already $2 million less than last year’s budget, the $24 million is just enough to get by for another year.However, Mayor Karen Oldford said it ...

  •  ‘Unmanageable situation’

    More than 3,000 outstanding grievances stand between the company and union, affecting relations between the two. Labrador West MHA Graham Letto ...

  • Life after politics

    A gentle hum of the refrigerator soothes the tapping of the knife against the large cutting board. He pulls a box of salt from a shelf stocked ...

  • Potential takeover for Wabush Mines

    It’s been two years since ore was extracted from the ground in Wabush. While many of the 500 affected workers found employment elsewhere, many ...

  • Ready for refugees

    A chair smoulders where a father sat with a book after a long workday. The upstairs has fallen to the downstairs in a barrage of missile attacks. ...

  • Mother says broken wheelchair lift affecting son’s education

    Cindy Humphries and Sheldon Alexander are no longer surprised when they receive a text message from JR Smallwood Elementary School in Wabush ...

  • Moving forward

    The provincial government gave the green light to the environmental assessment last week, giving company the go-ahead on a critical project that ...

  • Pageant queen just an ordinary teen

    The 17-year-old prefers the company of fans on the bleachers to a panel of judges, and she’s more at home on the field than a runway. But a leap ...

  • 'We want our jobs back'

    The road is hit with an influx of vehicles for the shift change, slowing down to enter the gate to the iron ore mine just a few hundred yards ...