Labrador Morning | Jan 21, 2013 | 5:38
Sarah Leo - On the hunt for a caribou agreement
Aboriginal groups from Labrador and Quebec gathered in Kuujjuaq, Quebec last week to talk caribou. More than fifty people gathered for a large roundtable discussion to hash out what to do about the declining George River Caribou herd. Nunatsiavut President Sarah Leo wants beneficiaries to take a break from hunting this year. NunatuKavut members are backing her on this decision. We wanted to know what happened when Sarah Leo suggested a break from hunting for all groups at this meeting. She joins us from her home in Nain this morning.