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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At the recent IGA Board of Directors meeting in the Labrador Straits, Ms. Sheila Downer was unanimously accepted as thew newest member of the IGA Board. Ms. Downer has lived in Labrador for more than 30 years and is a strong advocate for the development of rural, Northern and coastal communities. She has worked as part of a team throughout Labrador to build local knowledge, skills and effective tools to support the way people...Read More
At its recent Board meeting in the Labrador Straits, Ms. Agnes Pike retired from the IGA Board after 21 years of dedicated service. Ms. Pike is a pioneer of community economic development in Southern Labrador. Since 1973, she has worked as a grassroots leader to benefit Labrador’s municipalities... The IGA is honored and thankful to have had Agnes’ wisdom and dedication, as a valued member of its Board since 1996. Her input has benefitted countless people in the region served by the IGA.Read More
The St. Anthony Boys and Girls Club serves youth ages 5 to 18 in St. Anthony and the surrounding area. The club recently received an IGA grant for $11,650 for their project “Music and Friends”...Read More
The Grenfell Historical Society located in St. Anthony collects, preserves, and exhibits artifacts, documents, and infrastructure that relate to Dr. Grenfell...Read More
The Northern Peninsula Regional Service Board (NPRSB) was awarded a $25,000 IGA grant towards new equipment for the Straits Fire Department...Read More
The St. Anthony Health and Fitness Centre has been awarded a $35,000 IGA grant to assist with...Read More