Exploring the North West River (Labrador) Interpretation Centre

On the first full day of the Knowledge Sharing Tour, we drove to the Labrador Interpretation Centre, giving participants a chance to learn about the history of the region and its Indigenous and non-Indigenous inhabitants.

The Labrador Interpretation Centre is a single-storey wood building with a pitched roof and many large plate glass windows to allow in natural light.The Labrador Interpretation Centre. Photo Credit: CBC

Stretched animal hide painted with images of traditional Labrador life.Displays inside the Labrador Interpretation Centre include traditional seasonal dwellings and shelters, including the canvas Labrador tent.Model of an Inuit man kayaking at the Labrador Interpretation Centre.
Images of the displays inside the Labrador Interpretation Centre. Photo Credits: Jane Stinson & Labrador Chamber of Commerce.

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