Two Inuit Grandmothers and an Elder are being held in a prison in St. John’s, NL for refusing to sign an undertaking to stay away from the construction site for the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric site.
Another Inuk grandmother sentenced to time in St. John’s jail for men.
Trina Roache APTN National News An elder and long-time environmental activist in Labrador has been…
Beatrice Hunter, the Inuk grandmother and Labrador land protector who was jailed for defying a judge says she is traumatized, and angry about her experience of being shipped 1,600 km south to a St. John’s jail where she was strip searched.
Beatrice Hunter was released from jail Friday. The Inuk Land Protector who refused to stay away from the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric dam site had been charged with contempt of court for ignoring an injunction barring them from protesting there.
Nation to Nation Nation to Nation convenes an all-star panel of journalists to discuss the…
A long-time resident and community leader in Mud Lake is skeptical that the Newfoundland and Labrador premier will follow through on promises to investigate a recent flood.