#157 The Occupation Of Muskrat Falls
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#157 The Occupation Of Muskrat Falls
Justin Brake caught the nation's attention by broadcasting the peaceful protests of Muskrat Falls. And then he got served with a court injunction.
October 31, 2016
Justin Brake caught the nation’s attention by broadcasting the peaceful protests of Muskrat Falls. And then he got served with a court injunction. What happens when journalists are treated as criminals just for doing their jobs? Watch Justin’s Facebook live videos and follow the ongoing Muskrat Falls story. The Independent.ca is a news site covering Newfoundland and Labrador. Justin Brake is a reporter and editor for the site. Justin Brake’s Twitter: @JustinBrakeNL
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