Year: 1993 Source: Time, (February 15, 1993), p.23 SIEC No: 19930276

This article describes Davis Inlet as a bleak Labrador community where self-destruction is virtually a civic preoccupation. It reports on the evacuation of gasoline-sniffing youth, aged 12-14 years, to native rehabilitation centers. In providing historical context, it notes the calamity is rooted in poverty but compounded by years of government neglect of this Innu community which was relocated here in 1967. Fact-finding missions were announced after the tragedy received international attention.