Promoting Traditional Skills in Southern Labrador IGA Helps the NunatuKavut Community Council in Creating Local Crafts
Moravian Music is Re-Born on Labrador's North Coast IGA assists with grants to Nunatsiavut Music Progam
The Circus Visits Rigolet IGA Helps Wonderbolt Perform for Northern Labrador Community
Character Development at Peacock Primary Students in Goose Bay get new mascot courtesy of IGA
James Cook Memorial School Moving Forward Together READ MORE
Agvituk Historical Society Exploring the history of the Labrador Inuit READ MORE
St. Anthony Boys & Girls Club Promoting healthy, active participation READ MORE
Charles J. Andrew Youth Treatment Centre Empowering Aboriginal Youth READ MORE
Kangidluasuk Student Program IGA Supports Student Leadership READ MORE
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IGA Supports Labrador Friendship Centre

IGA Supports Labrador Friendship Centre

Here, IGA Director, Bob Simms presents the cheque to Ms. Jennifer Hefler-Elson (L), Executive Director, and Ms. Darlene Curl (middle), during the Labrador Friendship Centre's AGM on June 15th.

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Members of Grenfell Association of Great Britain and Ireland (GAGBI) Attend Royal Patrons Lunch

Members of Grenfell Association of Great Britain and Ireland (GAGBI) Attend Royal Patrons Lunch

The Grenfell Association of Great Britain & Ireland (GAGBI), one of the IGA's supporting organizations, was recently invited to join in the Queen's 90th birthday celebrations in London, England. The Patron's Lunch was a chance to celebrate over 600 charities & organizations under her patronage.

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St. Barbe Development Associationa nd the IGA Partner to Enhance Youth Fitness Program

St. Barbe Development Association and the IGA Partner to Enhance Youth Fitness Program

The IGA recently assisted the St. Barbe Development Association in Plum Point with the implementation of a youth fitness program for the area's younger people.

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Flowers Cove Recreation Committee Enjoys New Equipment

Patrons of Flowers Cove Recreation Committee Enjoy New Exercise Equipment

Much of the equipment was made possible by two IGA grants in the past two years, totaling $9000.

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Food Security Network NL Begins New Initiative on Northern Peninsula

Food Security Network NL Begins New Initiative on Northern Peninsula

Helped by IGA funding, Food First NL is continuing to develop new relationships with stakeholder organizations.

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IGA Partners with NunatuKavut Community Council

IGA Partners with NunatuKavut Community Council

The 250th Anniversary of the British-Inuit Treaty Celebrations took place throughout the past year, with the big festivities happening in Mary’s Harbour on August 20-21, 2015. Traditional sealskin craft-making workshops (slipper-making, mitt-making, bracelet-making, etc.) were offered to people throughout Labrador. This has been an opportunity to bring youth and elders together – as well as, others – to help keep the region's culture and heritage alive.

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