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What the Royal Visit means for reconciliation, wolverines in Labrador, and a television series filmed in Makkovik
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Indigenous leaders of Labrador weigh in on what the Royal Visit means to them (0:00) We hear more about the Tuttusiugiannik caribou hunting trip that some youth from Nain were able to go on (7:22) We swing by the crab plant in Cartwright to chat with manager David Williams about the upcoming season (16:07) We hear about a funding announcement for housing in Labrador (24:36) We tell you why one Nunatsiavut Government deputy minister is 99.9% certain that there may be wolverines in Labrador (30:54) A new season of the television series, ALONE, was filmed in the Makkovik area (41:11) There is a report by the Atlantic Seal Science Task Team to better understand the impact of seals on the ecosystem (50:03)