Feminist Intersectional Policy Analysis: Resource Development & Extraction Framework

Feminist Intersectional Policy Analysis: The Maritime Link



"Building Links Among Women: Being in Right Relationship in the Resource Development Agenda" (2016) - This full-length documentary highlights the places visited by the women of the 2014 Building Links Among Women tour and captures reactions as the women of Labrador expose the negative impacts the hydroelectric development is having on their communities and the surrounding environment. Powerfully crafted by Mi'kmaq filmmaker Catherine Martin, we strongly encourage you to watch and share this film.

"Claiming Our Place: Women and Resource Development in the North" (2016) - Take a sneak peak at the process that brought diverse women from Happy Valley - Goose Bay together to discuss the changes coming to their community as a result of the Lower Churchill hydroelectric project.

"The Dirt on Clean Energy" (2016) - The Lower Churchill hydroelectric dam and Maritime Link are two developments that will significantly reshape the way energy is produced, delivered, and used in the Maritime provinces. This video explains the "clean" energy project and examines some of the impacts it has had and will have on Labradorian communities.


Media Coverage

FemNorthNet Press Release: "FemNorthNet to NL Government: Appoint directors who will make a difference at Nalcor" (April 22, 2016)

Interview with Dr. Vicki Hallett about the Knowledge Sharing Tour (December 11, 2014)

CBC Radio Segment: "FemNorthNet examines Muskrat Falls impacts" (June 13, 2014)

APTN News Segment: "Women journey to site of controversial project in Labrador" (June 12, 2014)

Interview with Gail Baikie - "Muskrat Falls: 'It’s not empty, it is people’s home'" (April 23, 2014)

Also see our Happy Valley - Goose Bay Restructuring Watch page, which tracks media coverage of the Muskrat Falls/Lower Churchill dam and Maritime Link projects.