Joyce Lake Project, Toby Obed, and NL Supreme Court Justice Stacy Ryan
There's a whole new generation of jugglers in Labrador. We drop by the Wonderbolt circus camp that happened in Happy Valley-Goose Bay over the weekend. A Port Hope Simpson woman has turned the outside of her cabin into the Labrador flag. We hear from Thelma Sampson about that. Newly appointed Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court Justice Stacy Ryan has broken through a few glass ceilings, including being the first Inuk in this province to hold the position. We hear from her today. Inuit women in Canada are 14 times more likely to experience gender-based violence. We hear from Rebecca Kudloo of Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada about their fight for change. Hopedale's Toby Obed was named a Labradorian of Distinction for his work with residential school survivors. Today he tells us how the recent news of the Kamloops Residential School has impacted him. Plans to forge ahead with the Joyce Lake Project in Labrador West are continuing. We get the details of this potential iron ore mine from Sandy Chim, the CEO of Century Global. Finally, we check in with the arts centres in Labrador to find out what's coming up on the stage this month. Chris Ball and Matt Barrett join us.