Early in the 1960’s the Town of Labrador City was built to accommodate employees of the Iron Ore Company. Immigrants and workers came to the area with the hope of landing a job, but as years passed people didn’t want to leave. Families settled in the area, infrastructure began to took shape, and a community blossomed. As decades have passed, people continue to flock to the area.
With a still-strong iron ore industry, work is available and living conditions are high. Labrador City is now an efficient, yet inviting small town; its people are industrious and committed to building business across the region. And while they’re not working, they enjoy a high standard of living seldom found in an area so remote. Truly the best of both urban and rural.