Some Labradorians worry a shorter seal-hunting season threatens a big part of their culture due to the effects of climate change. As the average temperature warms up globally, the spring time annual flow of sea ice becomes thinner and  that means unsafe travel for the seal hunt.

Mina Campbell

CBC Newfoundland and Labrador’s reporter  Zachary Russell meets Mina Campbell of North West River, who describes how the hunt is more than sealskins — it’s about a long-standing tradition that brings people together. She tells us she’s worried it’s the beginning of the end for hunt as they know it.

View the video interview with Mina here
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