The Telegram in Labrador

The Telegram in Labrador

Reporter Ashley Fitzpatrick recently travelled to Labrador and has filed a series of stories that resulted from the trip.

Finance Minister Tom Marshall addresses reporters during a news conference Friday outside the House of Assembly in St. John’s. — Photo by Joe Gibbons/The Telegram

HVGB SPCA

August 22, 2012 - 0 h 00
The volunteer SPCA in Happy Valley-Goose Bay (HVGB) is just paying the bills with annual fundraising efforts and has been unable to make headway on a new building fund. Currently, the organization has less little space and is conducting bandaid repairs on its location. It is also exporting a large number of dogs — 1,000 in four years — to Nova Scotia for adoption, as rescue cases continue to roll in. — Photos by Ashley Fitzpatrick/The Telegram
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SPCA in Happy Valley-Goose Bay

August 22, 2012 - 10 h 26
The volunteer SPCA in Happy Valley-Goose Bay (HVGB) is just paying the bills with annual fundraising efforts and has been unable to make headway on a new building fund. Currently, the organization has little space compared to its needs and is conducting bandaid repairs on its location. The Labrador SPCA is also exporting a large number of dogs — 1,000 in four years — to Nova Scotia for adoption, as rescue cases continue to roll in from all over the Big Land.
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SPCA in Happy Valley-Goose Bay

Churchill Falls tour

August 23, 2012 - 11 h 23
On Aug. 16-17, 2012, management at Nalcor Energy offered a tour of the Churchill River area and the Crown corporation’s hydro power plant at Churchill Falls, to reporters from provincial news outlets. Clips from the tour are collected here. The Upper Churchill facility is currently being upgraded, as guide Oral Burry explains.
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Churchill Falls tour

Town, hydro plant built together at Churchill Falls

August 26, 2012 - 12 h 54

The Town of Churchill Falls was created from scratch to allow for the construction and operation of the Churchill Falls hydroelectric generating station.

As some of the 650 residents told The...

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Town, hydro plant built together at Churchill Falls

Churchill Falls tour

August 23, 2012 - 0 h 00
On Aug. 16-17, 2012, management at Nalcor Energy offered a tour of the Churchill River area and the Crown corporation’s hydro power plant at Churchill Falls, to reporters from provincial news outlets. Photos from the tour are collected here.
Content type:
Slideshow
Section:
Local