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Them Days has produced a special issue about midwifery in Labrador, looking deeper into the history of prenatal care, postnatal care and breastfeeding support, as well as labour and delivery.Read More
With two grants received in 2023 from the International Grenfell Association, the Town of Mary's Harbour has been able to upgrade the Gin Cove Trail and upgrade the old walking/cycling bridge!Read More
Brass Band Workshop | Tittulausijattet Illinniatitsi Katigenningit is a representative organization which is being incorporated this fall. The aim is to transfer the operations of this project to a community leading board, placing the power and creative direction of the Brass Band tradition firmly back in the control of members of the Inuit coastal communities.Read More
With the grant awarded by the IGA, the St. Anthony and Area Boys & Girls Club was able to create an indoor space in their building.Read More
I.G.A.’s 2024 Grant Program seeks to support initiatives in five areas: Health, Education, Community Wellness, Arts & Culture, and ResearchRead More
News article from CBC about Janice Hardy Walsh's Visit to Battle Harbour! from August 5, 2023:Read More