‘Our livelihood is taken from us’: Couple feels left out of William’s Harbour resettlement

The Russells have fished out of William’s Harbour for 28 years — from a house that’s been in their family for generations — but they aren’t getting compensation for their home or a say in the community’s resettlement. “[We] never had enough time in,” said Maryhannah Russell.  The Newfoundland and Labrador government is providing up to $270,000 per household for residents of the village — located on an island off Labrador’s south coast — to move out.,, click here to read the story 09:10

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