Labrador Morning | Apr 8, 2014 | 7:28

Next stop, Tanzania

It may be the road less traveled for a group of aboriginal youth in Labrador.... But they're learning important life lessons fundraising for a big trip to East Africa. Up to twelve youth from Nain, Hopedale and Sheshatshiu hope they'll soon be headin

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