Environment

Inside Catherine McKenna’s tour of Nunatsiavut

The Environment and Climate Change minister visited Labrador’s Inuit region from August 2 – 5 to explore all-Indigenous National Park management and the impacts of climate change in the area. 
  • Aug 10, 2017
Catherine McKenna at Torngat Mountains National Park Expand Image
Catherine McKenna at Torngat Mountains National Park Expand Image
Catherine McKenna at Torngat Mountains National Park Expand Image
Catherine McKenna at Torngat Mountains National Park Expand Image
Catherine McKenna at Torngat Mountains National Park Expand Image

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