This survey is about contamination and heritage in Labrador. Contamination typically refers to something made by humans (like chemicals, metal, trash, old buildings) that are in the environment and can be harmful to humans or the ecosystem, when not in the environment they can be useful parts of our everyday lives. Contaminants are usually introduced by accident and are often associated with human activity. You may have seen places in Labrador that have signs warning against using the land or water in an area, these are examples of known contaminated sites. Heritage sites are places that were used in the past or present, for example: they can be archaeology sites, hunting grounds, fishing areas, places where people used to live, travel route, or camping spots. Unfortunately, there is not a comprehensive list of all of the contaminated sites or heritage sites in Labrador and your knowledge may help close this gap.