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“They are literally going to be poisoning people”: Tanya Tagaq

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With first flooding of the Muskrat Falls reservoir only two weeks away, the Nunavut star throat singer says “everyone should be protesting.”

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Fear, anger, desperation, plans dominate Muskrat Falls rally

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Gathered in Happy Valley-Goose Bay Friday, residents of communities around Lake Melville cited methylmercury, the North Spur and colonization as main concerns around Muskrat Falls. Many want the project shut down, and some are planning direct action on Monday.

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Muskrat Falls: Reconciliation, or Assimilation?

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As Nalcor prepares for the first phase of flooding, we take a closer look at the implications Muskrat Falls could have for reconciliation with Indigenous communities in Labrador.

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Muskrat Falls threatens locals’ food, way of life

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Anxiety rises in Labrador as the province and Nalcor ignore recommendations from scientists and Indigenous leaders to clear dam’s reservoir and minimize the threat of methylmercury poisoning in communities downstream.

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Local radio host “no longer employed” with station after sexist tweets

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“You’d get more viewers if you were stripping,” Coast 101.1 FM radio host Joel North told a young St. John’s woman on Twitter.

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Poster campaign at MUN targets government over Muskrat Falls

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“It’s absolutely unacceptable. This is human life, this is a traditional way of living,” says student who posted hundreds of posters condemning Liberal MHAs.

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“Erasing our history”: Muskrat not a done deal for determined locals

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$11.4 billion later and counting, Labrador’s controversial hydroelectric dam has done irreversible damage, say three locals who traveled up the Grand River to Muskrat Falls Wednesday. But the reservoir isn’t flooded yet.

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Budget backlash continues with anti-violence protest

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Women’s rights advocates hold rally outside closed-door discussions on domestic violence at Confederation Building, say Budget 2016 puts women at risk.

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The Government Game going strong in 2016

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St. John’s songwriter rewrites classic Newfoundland song “The Government Game” in response to the Liberal government’s austerity budget.

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Inaugural Mi’kmaq event set for this weekend in Bay of Islands

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The Elmastukwek Mawio’mi is a grassroots effort to revive an old Mi’kmaq tradition that involves people coming together and sharing in stories, music, food and ceremony, say organizers.

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Liberals face mounting scorn as anti-austerity movement matures

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As residents and groups ramp up direct action efforts while resistance to austerity grows, some observers are calling for movement to embrace mutual aid.

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“Don’t kill the river,” sings Labrador songwriter

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Jacinda Beals Band releases new song in an effort to save Muskrat Falls and the Grand River.

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Fracking report met with praise, criticism

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While the much-anticipated N.L. Hydraulic Fracturing Review Panel final report places huge barriers in front of private interests looking to frack for shale oil in Western Newfoundland, some say it doesn’t go far enough.

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The revolution will not be broadcast

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The courage of one MHA has brought the Liberals to a tipping point at precisely the moment the people of Newfoundland and Labrador have united and found their collective voice. So where’s the coverage?

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Austerity “an ideological choice, not an economic choice”: economist

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The Liberals’ turn to austerity in Budget 2016 to address the province’s deficit will do more harm than good and could “kill” the economy, says Diana Gibson.

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Latest anti-austerity protests “only the beginning”

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Saturday’s “NL Rising” protest in St. John’s was more than just a warning from the unions. It was a show of solidarity with an explicit message for the Liberal government.

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A movement is born

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The provincial government’s 2016 austerity budget has sparked province-wide outrage and politicized a “whole new generation of Newfoundlanders and Labradorians [who are] not going away.”

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Corner Brook residents march against austerity

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First Nations leaders, community groups and residents march in Corner Brook, call on Liberals to rescind austerity budget.

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Residents take anti-austerity fight to streets of St. John’s

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Province-wide, Newfoundlanders and Labradorians are concerned and angry about the devastating consequences the Dwight Ball Government’s austerity budget will have on the most vulnerable people in the province and even the working class.

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Government “definitely does have a choice” in NL Budget 2016: economist

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There are alternatives to austerity, say federation of labour president and an independent economist. They just have to be sought out.

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