The Labrador Institute is currently holding a speaker presentation at the North West River Research Station each month with Scott Neilsen coordinating these events. This speaker series started in February 2014. Information about upcoming speakers and links to videos of past speakers can be found here as well as on our Labrador Institute YouTube Channel.
April 26, 2016:
March 10, 2016:
January 28, 2016:
Forgoing Full Value? Iron Ore Mining in Newfoundland and Labrador, 1954-2014 with Dr. John Thistle.
October 7, 2015:
October 5, 2015:
September 30, 2015:
March 23, 2015:
February 9, 2015:
The Life and Times of Lord Strathcona: Donald Smith in Labrador, presented by Patricia Way
January 12, 2015:
December 16, 2014:
November 6, 2014:
October 3, 2014:
ReSDA workshop 2014, October 3, 2014 held in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, NL
August 20, 2014:
Atlantic Salmon Field Research Summary, Upper Lake Melville, 2014 with Marie Clement, Jonathan Pearce and Judith Savoie
June 25, 2014:
Archaeology at Kamestastin with Chelsee Arbour; presented in partnership with the Newfoundland and Labrador Archaeological Society
June 15, 2014:
Tikigaksuagusiup uKattingit: kingullipângujut
The last speakers of Rigolet Inuktut, and why they matter so very much: The current state of the Rigolet Inuktut Living Archive with Dr. Doug Wharram.
April 23, 2014:
The Labrador Flag: 40 years remembered with Mr. Mike Martin.
Mar 12, 2014:
Sustaining an Atlantic salmon fishery in Lake Melville with Jonathan Pearce, a Ph.D. candidate in the Biology Department of Memorial University. Dr. Marie Clément, an aquatic research scientist at the Marine Institute who is stationed at the Labrador Institute, presents a brief overview of the Labrador Institute and has described the aquatic research program that she is currently developing in Labrador. Jonathan then presents his research project, which aims to determine whether Atlantic salmon stocks in the Lake Melville watershed are genetically distinct and to identify their rivers of origin.
Feb 13, 2014:
We're Engaged...right?: Rethinking the Relationship between researchers, outsiders and Labradorians with Dr. Andrea Proctor.