The IGA is dedicated to keeping the spirit of service alive in Newfoundland and Labrador through the 21st century. Meet the people who keep Sir Grenfell’s mission going today:Facts & Figures Interactive Timeline
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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
Wonderbolt is one of the cornerstones of the Newfoundland and Labrador theatrical community. They have been providing unique, original theatrical presentations to audiences in our home province and across Canada since 1982.Read More
There have been increasing incidences of renal disease within Newfoundland and Labrador. A high proportion of these clients in end-stage renal disease are clients of Labrador-Grenfell Health.Read More
The IGA would like to pay tribute to and thank two long-term Directors on its Board of Directors, who have decided to step down after many years of dedication to the IGA and its service area.Read More
The GNTA was developed with the intention to create a multi-use trail network in St. Anthony and the surrounding area with a mission to promote community engagement, active lifestyles, and expand tourism opportunities within the area.Read More