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  • Vol. 41, No. 1

    “I can picture in my eyes Grandma rubbing ducks on the old cast iron stove before she picked them and the unique smell it made …

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  • Vol. 41, No. 3

    “My last year at North West, Caroline Hide was my helper–a very nice cooperative girl, better suited for the younger children. More children from the …

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  • Vol. 41 No. 2

    “We ran up to the top. I just grabbed one coat, not even thinking. I never thought we were going to be leaving the ship …

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  • Vol. 41 No.1

    “We weren’t about hating men, but we were in a time when the whole culture was not ready for that change and so a lot …

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  • Vol. 40, No. 4

    Our nearest post office was at a village six miles away, and as we only had one postal delivery a week, some of my co-workers …

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  • Vol. 40, No. 2

    “As time wore on, the dogs were getting hungry. They could smell the food in the komatik box and they wanted it. They growled, whined …

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  • Vol. 40, No. 1

    One year they went down in the ’30s and they didn’t find fish until they got way up north. Well, down north as we say, …

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  • Vol. 39, No. 4: Floaters, Stationers & Livyeres

    “To us young fellers, he seemed like quite an old man in the way he got around, always the same steady pace: no rush, no …

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  • Vol. 39, No. 3

    “The coast of Labrador in a drifting March snowstorm is the perfect setting for a ghost story. The swirling white snow that blinds a man …

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  • Al and Pitt Bruce in North West River
    Vol. 39, No. 2

    “I landed in the old airport, on the Canadian side. There was a check point there. Father Charlie was the one who met me and …

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  • Vol. 39, No. 1

    “In them days, when we started out, we had to almost start from scratch. We had to hire our own staff. We picked up some …

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  • Millie Martin
    Vol. 38, No. 4

    “I was born in Hopedale in 1940, on Palm Sunday. We used to live right next to the church, so everybody used to come and …

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  • Willie Andersen and Annie Brown at Ben's Cove
    Vol. 38, No. 3

    “You’d never know when Father Charlie was coming to visit. When I came here, we lived over on Birch Island, and we had no indoor …

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  • Vol. 38, No. 2

    “In the spring of 1943, Mother was offered a job at the Cartwright hospital, which she readily accepted. Summer or winter, rain or shine, she …

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  • Vol. 38, No. 1

    “When I lived in North West River in the early 1960s to study the settlers’ way of life, one of the first things I learned …

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  • Vol. 37, No. 4

    “Around lunchtime on a warm summer day, I received a call from the detachment that a young man had taken a boat and was heading …

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  • Vol. 37, No. 3

    “I was born in Mulliauk. Well, my birth certificate says different…it was only three or four days after I was born when Mom and …

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  • Vol. 37, No. 2

    “For some time past, very ugly rumours have been rife among certain of our Labrador fishermen with reference to the manner in which it’s conjectured, …

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  • Vol. 37, No. 1 – Grand River Special Issue

    “Apparently when Horace had left the seven cartridges with the man, the man thought he knew where there might be some caribou on a marsh. …

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