On an early morning in late September, Denise Cole led a group of land protectors to Nalcor Energy’s head office in St. John’s to keep workers out – to send a message to the corporation and the province.
Despite continued calls for Nalcor Energy to drop its injunction against anti-Muskrat Falls hydroelectric activists, Newfoundland and Labrador’s Justice minister is firm that he cannot politically interfere.
Beatrice Hunter, the Inuk land protector put in jail for protesting peacefully, had some tough questions for the premier of Newfoundland and Labrador
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.
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.