|Hamilton River Road, the main street in HV-GB|
Much money has traded hands as well, as a result of a "Impact Benefit Agreement" signed between the Inuit and Vale-Inco, the developer of the Voisey's Bay Nickel Mine. The new Inuit government chose to invest this money in stocks, with the hope of creating a sustainable community development fund. Their timing was bad, though, and a significant portion of the investment was lost in the recent international market crash, which has led to strain in the community. Despite this setback, HV-GB is home to numerous Inuit-focused support groups, in which central agencies help people access food and jobs as well as provide classes on traditional crafts and opportunities for people to get together to tell stories and spend time as a community.
|Innu Band Council building in Sheshatshiu|
|Labrador Interpretation Centre|