Lock & Key

In Lock & Key's final episode, Justin Brake visits Happy Valley-Goose Bay to understand the community's concerns over a proposed new supportive services facility in the central Labrador town that calls itself "The Heart of Labrador". Then he travels to Hopedale to see what the Nunatsiavut Government is doing for unhoused folks on Labrador's north coast.

Lock and Key is produced by Olivia Ball and edited by Luke Quinton. Hosted by Luke Quinton and Andie Bulman.

Music is by Jake Nicoll
Our art is by Shan Leigh Pomeroy 

Special thanks to story consultant Ossie Michelin.

Thank you to Tom Baird and Sara Swain. Justin Brake is Editor-in-Chief of The Independent. 

For more in-depth stories about the housing crisis, visit www.TheIndependent.ca.

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And a big thank to everyone who shared their stories with us over this past year.

"The Lock & Key podcast received funding from The Community Housing Transformation Centre (the Centre); however, the views expressed are the personal views of the author and the Centre accepts no responsibility for them."

What is Lock & Key?

Lock and Key is a limited series podcast about housing, and the stories behind closed doors. From www.theindependent.ca