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Nova Scotia author Harry Thurston - His trip on the Eagle River in Labrador

July 28, 2011
CBC News


Author Harry Thurston gives an engaging interview about his recent trip up the beautiful Eagle River in Labrador. This river is slated to become a provincial waterway park. From the CBC web site:

The new conservation group Friends of the Eagle River recently took a trip down the Eagle River and brought along a special guest. Nova Scotia author Harry Thurston joined the crew for the adventure in early July. Harry is a freelance journalist, author, poet and playwright who's travelled and written about Labrador since the 1980s He joins Tony Dawson on the line from his home near the banks of the Tidnish River.

Listen to the full interview.

Visit the Friends of the Eagle River web site.

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