Remembering Craig Rumbolt, "Cancer Transitions" and a new Muskrat Falls financial agreement.
Craig Rumbolt, from Mary's Harbour, is being remembered as a man who loved his family, his job and his community. We listend back to a 2019 interview between Craig and Labrador Morning reporter John Gaudi during a tour of the Plant in Mary's Harbour.
Prominent feminist activists will be reflecting on the past, present and future of feminism, leadership and power at a panel event today, hosted by Equal Voice NL. To learn more Labrador Morning spoke with panel moderator Leila Beaudoin.
There's a program being offered called "Cancer Transitions" which deals with helping people navigate through life after overcoming Cancer. Paula Newhook, of the Dr. H. Bliss Murphy Cancer Centre in St. John's, explained the programs details.
Yesterday afternoon provincial and federal politicians signed a complex financial agreement regarding the Muskrat Falls Project. Included in the deal: NL Hydro will borrow one billion dollars from the Federal Government and Ottawa will invest an additional billion dollars in the province's portion of the Labrador-Island Link... but the the Innu Nation is continuing to state its disapproval. Premier Andrew Furey and Federal Minister of Labour Seamus O'Regan answered questions from reporters after the announcement.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced on Monday, Feb 14th, that the Federal Government would be invoking the Emergencies Act to help deal with current issues in Ottawa. We hear some of what he had to say, following that decision.
Have you ever wanted to write a true and meaningful story about your, or someone else's, life experiences? Art Force NL is holding a writing course for youth. Ainsley Hawthorn described what the course entails.
We are joined again by Heather Scoffield and she elaborated on the details surrounding the invoking of the Emergencies Act, plus other political progressions.