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"Dying Hard" on stage In Happy Valley Goose Bay and Labrador West

Mikaela Dyke .JPG Mikaela Dyke The Flourspar mine in St. Lawrence opened its doors in the early 1930’s offering people in the area good paying jobs after the Great Depression. But that wasn’t all they got. In the 1950’s people started to question the high rates of cancer among the miners and the provincial government has been compensating affected families since the 1970’s. Mikaela Dyke puts a voice to six characters from the time in her play, “Dying Hard”, based on the book by Elliott Leyton. This morning she’s in the studio with Colleen Connors.

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