RIGOLET, NEFOUNDLAND/LABRADOR, CANADA - NOVEMBER 10, 2019
Karl Michelin arrives back in Rigolet after seal hunting in in Lake Melville on Sunday, November, 10, 2019. Lake Melville is technically not a lake, but a large tidal extension Hamilton Inlet which is an extension of Groswater Bay. The body of water spans 1,200 square and is the largest estuary in the Newfoundland and Labrador acting as the largest drainage for the Churchill and Naskkaupi River watershed. The mega-dams that consist of the Churchill Dam project are sending methyl mercury in to the water and hunting grounds of the Innuit and Unnu who have call this land home for generations. On top of poisoned water, the village still lives on diesel power. The tanker in the background is delivering one of two yearly loads of fuel to run the village power plant.