Newfoundland students remember war dead

The Telegram's Steve Bartlett travelled with a ground of Newfoundland and Labrador students to England and France on the Vimy Ridge 2012 National Student Remembrance Tour organized by EF Educational Tours.

Newfoundland students remember war dead
Journalist Steve Bartlett examines the sucess stories of Newfoundlanders in The Grit and the Courage.
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- October 26, 2016
- 19 h 00

Well said, politically incorrect!

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Protests against Muskrat Falls project October 20, 2016

The Muskrat Falls hydro project in Labrador has been the topic of a lot of recent discussion, with protests led by indigenous leaders and supporters over possible methyl mercury contamination of the Lake Melville and Churchill River ecosystem, caused by the massive hydroelectric dam.
Here is a collection of stories about the project and the protests.

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Indigenous leaders Todd Russell, Anastasia Qupee and Johannes Lampe speak to media alongside Premier Dwight Ball in the middle of the night, following a 10-hour negotiating session to find a compromise on environmental contamination associated with the Muskrat Falls project.
Tragedy in France July 15, 2016

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Watching Canada Post July 06, 2016

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