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Inuk Elder defiant against Nalcor injunction - APTN News

Cheers and applause greeted three Labrador Land protectors who were back in Happy Valley-Goose Bay Supreme Court Monday morning after spending the last 10 days in jail. Jim Learning, Eldred Davis and Marjorie Flowers were charged with contempt of ...and more »

Jailed Muskrat Falls protesters no longer in custody, but not entirely free - CBC.ca

Three Indigenous Muskrat Falls protesters are no longer being jailed at Her Majesty's Penitentiary in St. John's. Detainment of Inuit protesters in St. John's prison draws condemnation while causing inspiration. Majorie Flowers, Jim Learning and Eldred ...and more »

Muskrat Falls activists released from St. John's penitentiary amid protests - National Observer

Three Labrador protesters jailed after refusing to obey a court injunction ordering them to stay away from the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project site are to be released. The trio — Jim Learning, Eldred Davis and Marjorie Flowers, who activists ...and more »

Labrador land protectors crash meeting with federal ministers in Goose Bay - APTN News

(Land protector Denise Cole, left, addresses Indigenous Affairs Carolyn Bennett, and Labrador MP Yvonne Jones at a meeting in Goose Bay Sunday night.) Trina Roache APTN National News. Cheers and applause met three land protectors as they walked ...and more »

Transformers Arrive at Muskrat Falls to Police Wearing Body Cameras - VOCM

Transformers arriving in Happy Valley-Goose Bay were met with heavy police presence over the weekend. Two of seven transformers arrived at the Muskrat Falls worksite near Happy Valley-Goose Bay Saturday afternoon. The transformers were being ...and more »