Snowshoe Making, Memories Of Missing Fisherman, and Concerns About Licensing
A Winnipeg-born journalist's long-forgotten interview with John Lennon is up for auction in London, and it could fetch tens of thousands of dollars. We hear the story behind that interview and its connection to Labrador. The search is still ongoing for missing fishermen Marc Russell and Joey Jenkins. Today we hear about Joey from one of his cousins and his sister-in-law. Danielle Brown and Amanda Chubbs join us. How efficient is the fishing licensing system? We hear from Dr. Villy Christensen, a professor at the University of British Columbia, to learn more. We take you to Guy Pye's workshop in Lodge Bay that is home to dozens of snowshoes in the works. A new cafe in Mary's Harbour hopes to attract locals and tourists and showcase local art. We hear from the owner of The Great Caribou Cafe, Charlene Rumbolt. Finally, shook by disappointing election results and the resignation of leader Annamie Paul, the Green Party of Canada's future is uncertain. We get an update on federal politics from Heather Scoffield, Ottawa bureau chief for the Toronto Star.