Community Freezer Program

NunatuKavut’s community freezer program is about giving back to the community. This program has steadily grown over the past few years.

It is open to NCC members who are not able to take advantage of our communal fishery program, which includes seniors (60+) and those with disabilities.

The program is currently available in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Cartwright, Black Tickle, Charlottetown, Port Hope Simpson, Mary’s Harbour, Lodge Bay, St. Lewis and Labrador West with access provided to surrounding communities where possible.

The freezer has a limited supply of items like bakeapples, redberries, char, cod, salmon and moose meat. These foods are provided until the community freezer runs out. Annually, we barter cod for char with the Nunatsiavut Government. In 2015, we traded 3,000 lbs of cod for char.

Availability

Open in each area for pickup on Thursdays from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m.
* Please call ahead to ensure there is staff available to share food from the freezer on other days and times *

Contact

NunatuKavut has have been receiving positive feedback from our members regarding the quality of fish and other food items they receive. If you are looking for items from our community freezer, please contact:

Central Labrador
200 Kelland Drive
709-896-0592, ext 234

Labrador West
Indigenous Service Centre Door 1, 121 Matthew Ave
709-288-0472

Cartwright
ERDA Building
709-938-7333

Port Hope Simpson
2 Trans Lab Highway
709-960-0407

Charlottetown, Pinsent’s Arm and Norman Bay
709-949-0366

Black Tickle
Nutrition North Partners

St. Lewis
Diane Poole
709-921-6257

Mary’s Harbour and Lodge Bay
Shandy Smith
709-921-6604

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