Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Been real busy lately. Teresa's store: http://teresasterrificterrace.ecrater.com/ has finally got the dodgy bits removed and is google approved now. Got the printer running and we have grand baby Amanda in the house. Been reading about really high food costs on the North Coast once more. How many more studies are needed? There are many great solutions. But the only provincial intent seems to be making shipping companies rich. I think my Nunatsiavut and NunatuKavut relatives and friends will have to hold firm to see any improvement. Plus with Burton Winter still fresh in our minds, there is clearly much room for improving Labrador Transportation. Oh my. The Aurora flight contract tift too. Time passes and little changes it seems. Oh yes. The last bit of info today. I fired off a query to the board that is overseeing the 2012 renewal of the Marine Mammal Protection act. Wondering if they would finally put in an exemption for Harp Seal Pelts for all Aboriginal communities in Canada. Reminding them that the ban on importation was a crushing economic blow to our communities. I hope for a response from them. It would be great to use the SEUS trade agreement to help open trade in pelts imported to the USA. There is a great market un-tapped here. If any of my Facebook family and friends have an interest, feel free to inbox me.

1 comment:

Darren Robertson said...

No big surprise; the government agency has no reply yet. Imagine that.