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Bakeapples in Labrador


Discover more about Labrador Consulting Services, our work, and president and owner, Erin Snow. 

Labrador Consulting respectfully acknowledges the territory of Newfoundland and Labrador as the past and present homelands of the Mi’kmaq, Qalipu First Nations, Inuit of Nunatsiavut, the Southern Inuit NunatuKavut, the Innu of Labrador Sheshatshiu Innu First Nations, and Natuashish Innu First Nations and as the ancestral lands originally inhabited by the Beothuk Indigenous people.


Labrador Consulting Services inspires everyone to discover the history, culture, and value of the Indigenous people of their regions. We deliver knowledge and understanding - the keys to respect and acceptance.


Cultural Awareness Indigenous Learning (CAIL NL) Online sessions was respectfully developed from an Indigenous lens and perspective. Aims to protect and promote the wonderful culture, heritage and Indigenous people throughout Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.

Inuk Shuk In Labrador
Erin Snow, owner of Labrador Consulting Services


Erin Snow is an Indigenous businesswoman and scholar, working to promote the understanding of Indigenous culture and history throughout the country. 


Erin, the president and owner of Labrador Consulting Services, has spent more than two decades working in fast-paced, culturally-sensitive areas within Labrador, including with the provincial government, Government of Canada, the Labrador Friendship Center, and other not-for profit organizations, and business sectors. 


She has a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) from Memorial University, B. Ed (Post Secondary) in progress, is a proud member of the southern Inuit of Labrador, NunatuKavut, and was the Recipient of MUN Entrepreneurship Spark Fund program, which helped kickstart Labrador Consulting Services. 


When not growing her business, Erin is a busy mother, wife, and daughter of a former fisherman/residential school survivor who loves being by the sea. She’s an avid volunteer in her community with strong cultural roots, and a passion for creating respectful,  consensus and safe spaces to explore and learn.


Erin presented to our group as part of our recognition activity to observe the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. She is very professional and knowledgeable and provided a valuable learning experience for our group.

– N. Holloway, Government of Canada

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