What to do with the George River caribou; Man asks town to do something about an accident-prone intersection: Labrador Morning On-Demand

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The George River caribou controversy continues between Innu Nation and Nunatsiavut government, with Nunatsiavut President Johannes Lampe saying the Innu are betraying other Indigenous groups by continuing to hunt the animals (00:54). Then, Darcy Thevenet says there's a disturbing trend unfolding outside his house in Happy Valley-Goose Bay -- four car accidents in six months -- and he wants the town to do something about it (17:41). Finally, we've been talking this week about violence against women, and why it's so common, particularly in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. Libra House executive director Jessica Keating offers her thoughts (24:50).

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