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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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Straits Fire Department Received New IGA-Funded Equipment

Straits Fire Department Receives New IGA-Funded Equipment

Members of the Straits Fire Department practice recently on mannequins, as one of the items purchased with an $8700 IGA grant this year.

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St. Lunaire-Griquet Fire Department Outfitted with new Gear, Thanks to IGA

St. Lunaire-Griquet Fire Department Outfitted with new Gear, Thanks to IGA

Thanks to a recent $25,000 IGA grant, the St. Lunaire-Griquet Fire Department has a complement of new equipment to assist in its work in the area. New bunker gear for every member was provided, as well as a mobile water pump. The IGA wishes the department all the best in its endeavors, and is very pleased to have supported this project!

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IGA Supports Environmental Education and Training Through QLF

IGA Supports Environmental Education and Training Through QLF

Students from around the IGA region participate in a unique QLF program to learn about their local environment!

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IGA Fosters Traditional Skills in the Labrador Straits

IGA Fosters Traditional Skills in the Labrador Straits

Local youth in the Labrador Straits have learned valuable traditional gardening skills, in a unique partnership made possible in part with financial assistance from the IGA.

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