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Traditional Moravian Music Benefits from IGA Support

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Labrador Creative Arts Festival 2014: Communication

Labrador Creative Arts Festival 2014: Communication

The 39th annual Labrador Creative Arts Festival was a tremendous success, thanks to the hundreds of students, eighteen visiting artists, dedicated volunteer committee, and fabulous coordinator who made it all come together.

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Hopedale Benefits from IGA Support

Residents of Hopedale on the Move, Thanks to IGA

The community of Hopedale has just received its brand new community vehicle, thanks to a significant contribution from the IGA, in the amount of $19,000.

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The Rooms Talks about IGA's Contribution on CBC Radio One

The Rooms Talks about IGA's Contribution on CBC Radio One

This year marks a full century since Sir Wilfred Grenfell incorporated the International Grenfell Association. That’s means it’s more than 100 years since Grenfell began taking care of the medical needs of people living in Labrador….

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IGA Featured in the Labradorian

The gift was comprised of 10 16-millimetre film cans featuring scenic footage from northern Newfoundland and coastal Labrador dating back several decades.

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