More than 400 years ago Basques whalers made a living in Red Bay, Labrador. The evidence of their work there draws curious visitors from all over the globe. And now, Red Bay has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
For some, that badge of honour reinforces a pride of place. For others, it brings hope for a bright future. We'll talk to the oldest and the youngest people in the community about what Red Bay's new fame really means to them.