We talk Muskrat Falls, economic progress of indigenous people, speaker of the house and retirement
On today's show....we're talking about a report on the economic progress of indigenous people..and why things need to change to reach economic parity with non-indigenous people.. We're also talking about looking for an artists to paint a piano for the Goose Bay airport and why Perry Trimper chose to take on the role of speaker of the house, again. The UN Special Rapporteur raised concerns over Muskrat Falls during his visit to Canada and we're getting reaction from both the Labrador Land Protector group and Innu Nation to the statement he put out. Also what a poster contest on what the right to education looks like. and we wish Here and Now's Debbie Cooper a happy retirement.