Posted 13 January 2012, 7:22 am NST
Thursday January 12, 2012
Hunters want more done to protect George River Caribou

by Tony Dawson

George River Caribou (Tony Dawson photo) Non aboriginal hunters say the province should be doing more to protect caribou in Labrador. Innu from Quebec have killed hundreds of animals. There has also been hunting in a closed zone that's home to the red wine caribou. Through all of this the department of justice has refused to provide any details or explain what they're doing. The CBC's Peter Cowan talked to Tony Chubbs, head of the Labrador Hunting and Fishing Association and we have some of your talkback to Labrador Morning
Posted 03 January 2012, 10:00 pm NST
Environment and Conservation
January 3, 2012
Public Advisory: Nipishish and Grand Lake Zones in Labrador Open for Caribou Hunt

The Department of Environment and Conservation wishes to advise hunters that effective immediately, the Nipishish Lake and Grand Lake caribou hunting zones in Labrador are open.

The presence of George River caribou have been confirmed in these zones. The herd's movements will continue to be monitored and additional management areas may be opened, pending the...
Posted 20 December 2011, 1:40 pm NST
Environment and Conservation Minister Terry French discusses the opening of the George River Caribou Hunting Season with Colleen Connors of CBC Labrador Morning and also interviews President Tony Chubbs of the labrador Hunting and Fishing Association.
Posted 08 December 2011, 11:01 am NST
The President of the Labrador Hunting and Fishing Association, Tony Chubbs, talks to Colleen Connors regarding the delay in the opening of the George River Caribou Hunt in Labrador again this year. They discuss the delay in the announcement by Minister Terry French (Department of Environment and Conservation) during an interview with Minister French yesterday.

Listen to the interview at:
Posted 26 November 2011, 2:43 pm NST
Good Day Member,

The Labrador Hunting and Fishing Association Inc. held its 1st AGM in Happy Valley-Goose Bay on 3 November 2011 with over 50 members in attendance. We elected 5 new Directors and provided updates on the issues we have been involved with over the past year. We also had a representative from the Provincial Wildlife Division provide a presentation on the management and population dynamics of the George River Caribou Herd. We handed out over $300 worth of merchandise as door...
Posted 15 August 2011, 7:02 pm NDT
This week, CBC News' Peter Cowen Caught up with Daren Wells and Tony Chubbs of the Labrador Hunting and Fishing Association to talk about how the Upper Lake Melville area will now have a new boat launch and dock for boaters to use in Happy Valley-Goose Bay.

Skip to 53:40 mins for the interview
Posted 07 August 2011, 9:20 am NDT
On Saturday 6 August 2011, Phil Earle, President of Air Labrador donated 5 of their previously used surplus floating docks to the LHAFA. Joe's Autobody donated his time, his Boom truck and Flatbed Trailer to move the docks to Main Dock. With the permission of Hickey's Construction, the docks are being stored at their Landing while our members repair them for immediate use.

With donations of materials from Home Hardware, Notre Dame Agencies and The Carpert Man, our...
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