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A protester holds a sign outside a DFO office in St. John's, asking representatives of the federal ministry, along with NL Premier Dwight Ball, to meet with FISH-NL Richard Gillett, who was on hunger strike at the time. Mark Croft / Facebook.
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Premier Dwight Ball spoke at the Hebron oil platform "tow-out" event at the Bull Arm Site in Trinity Bay on April 18, 2017. Photo: N.L. Department of Natural Resources / Twitter.
Nunatsiavut President Johannes Lampe, who led a march up the Trans Labrador Highway outside the Muskrat Falls project site last Oct. 16, has asked Premier Dwight Ball to advocate for charges against land protectors to be dropped. Photo by Sam Culleton.
Photo: United Steelworkers / Flickr.

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A protester holds a sign outside a DFO office in St. John's, asking representatives of the federal ministry, along with NL Premier Dwight Ball, to meet with FISH-NL Richard Gillett, who was on hunger strike at the time. Mark Croft / Facebook.

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Premier Dwight Ball spoke at the Hebron oil platform "tow-out" event at the Bull Arm Site in Trinity Bay on April 18, 2017. Photo: N.L. Department of Natural Resources / Twitter.

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Nunatsiavut President Johannes Lampe, who led a march up the Trans Labrador Highway outside the Muskrat Falls project site last Oct. 16, has asked Premier Dwight Ball to advocate for charges against land protectors to be dropped. Photo by Sam Culleton.

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Nunatsiavut President Johannes Lampe, who led a march up the Trans Labrador Highway outside the Muskrat Falls project site last Oct. 16, has asked Premier Dwight Ball to advocate for charges against land protectors to be dropped. Photo by Sam Culleton.

Land protectors see renewed support in wake of new charges

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Finance Minister Cathy Bennett delivers the 2017 budget speech in the House of Assembly, April 6, 2017. Photo by Brian Carey.

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