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Impact of Non-Aboriginal Activities on the Inuit
Impact of Non-Aboriginal activities on the Inuit
The American Presence in Newfoundland and Labrador
Under its Leased Bases Agreement with Britain, the United States had permission to establish military bases in Newfoundland.
By the end of the Second World War, the obscure fishing villages of Argentia and Marquise had been transformed into a mammoth US military base.
Centralization: The Smallwood Years, 1949-1972
The Smallwood government wished to provide basic services to all residents of Newfoundland and Labrador. In order to do this, centralization was encouraged.
"The Second Resettlement Programme"
the DREE Agreement of 1970-1975. The second resettlement programme.
Was Resettlement Justified?
Fifty years after the first centralization programme began, and over thirty years after it ended, resettlement still generates controversy.
Petition: Resettlement: Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage
Petition to the Fisheries Household Resettlement Committee for assistance under the Fisheries Household Resettlement Division
The Resettlement Program
An explanation of the program undertaken by the Newfoundland Government in the 1960s and early 1970s to move families from outlying communities to more central locations.
this article is about the three types of government-sponsored resettlement programs that took place in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Harmon Field, Stephenville
The creation of the American air base at Stephenville during the WWII saw the quiet farming village quickly transformed into a booming garrison town.
A Mount Pearl Junior High School project article about the resettlement that happened in Newfoundland from 1954-1975.
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