By Peter Jackson Local Journalism Initiative Reporter A resident of Happy Valley-Goose Bay says she had one clear message to give to Justice and Public Safety Minister John Hogan when he came to town last week to address complaints of lawless behaviour by transients: “Most of us here are Indigenous.” Elaine Learning-Hinks, who is southern Inuit, was one of several dozen people who held a rally outside the Labrador town’s offices a week ago as Hogan and RCMP Assistant Commissioner Jennifer Ebert met with officials and residents. Hogan and Ebert stopped outside to hear what they had to say. Part of that exchange was caught on video by another resident. “I did want to make it clear to the minister that despite how I look, I am Indigenous,” Learning-Hinks told
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