Labrador Morning | Jul 25, 2013 | 9:39

Exhibtion Extravaganza!

Opening reception for not one, not two.. but THREE exhibitions is taking place at the Labrador Interpretation Centre. Mina Campbell is the curator at the interpretation centre, and Chris Sampson is one of the photographers

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