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Make Muskrat Right

The Muskrat Falls hydro dam will increase methylmercury levels flowing into Lake Melville by up to 200 per cent, according to an independent Harvard University study. We need to make changes before the flooding starts.  #MakeMuskratRight

Nunatsiavut Housing Needs Assessment

Results of the 2012 Housing Needs Assessment carried out in Nunatsiavut.

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Ilonnatik Ikajuttaugutilet Labradorimi Inuit Nunamik Satusaijet AngiKatigegutingani unuttunik ikajuttaugutiKavut atuinnanik. UKavugut KimigguKullutit ilonnainik atuinnaujunik Kaujigatsanik takugiamut ilinnut ilingajunik.

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Progress made during Muskrat Falls meeting with Province, but still no commitment to fully clear reservoir Media Releases, News

The Nunatsiavut Government maintains that every effort must be made to fully clear the Muskrat Falls reservoir before flooding starts, despite commitments from the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador to address, as much as possible, concerns over pending increases in methylmercury exposures...

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President pleased with approval of residential schools settlement Media Releases, News

Nunatsiavut President Johannes Lampe says he’s hopeful residential school survivors in Newfoundland and Labrador can now move on with their lives following Wednesday’s approval of a $50 million class-action settlement.

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World Suicide Prevention Day Media Releases, News

As a survivor of suicide, I know firsthand just what it is like to lose a loved one. There is a lot of hurt and pain, and a lot of suffering. The impacts are far reaching.

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