Welcome to the Labrador Institute!  We are a division of Memorial University located in Labrador.The Labrador Institute is a leading centre of research, education, policy, and outreach by and for the North. The Labrador Institute was established by Memorial University to stimulate, coordinate, and support major University projects and programs and to expand the Labrador knowledge base. It is our hope that these activities will facilitate the educational aspirations, research requirements, and the socio-cultural well-being of the people of Labrador.


'Wild Archaeology': Memorial archaeologists feature in TV documentary series

The research of Memorial archaeologists Dr. Lisa Rankin and Dr. Scott Neilsen features in episodes of  the Aboriginal People's Television Network (APTN) series Wild Archaeology.

Find out more in the MUN Gazette.

[Read More...]

New Awareness: First International Indigenous Intern named by Labrador Institute

Matthew Pike of Happy Valley-Goose Bay is the Labrador Institute’s first International Indigenous Intern.

[Read More...]