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Cabot Auto’s float won Best Illuminated Float in the parade.
This polar bear looked right at home on the Happy Valley-Goose Bay Search and Rescue float.
The Home Hardware Float won Best Commercial Float in the parade.
Santa Claus greeted spectators at the Happy Valley-Goose Bay Christmas Parade on Dec. 8.
The Universal Helicopters float had a full-blown helicopter decorated with lights.
The Labrador Correctional Centre float won Best Adherence to the Theme award at the Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay Christmas Parade on Dec. 8.
It was snowing thick for the Happy Valley-Goose Bay Christmas Parade on Dec. 8.
Despite that, cars lined the roads and hundreds of spectators were on hand to see the 37 floats and their take on this years’ theme “Elf on a Shelf”.
The award for Best Decorated Float went to Precision Auto, Best Illuminated Float went to Cabot Auto, Best Adherence to Theme went to the Labrador Correctional Centre and Best Commercial Float was taken home by Home Hardware.