NG President Responds To ITK Letter, Poem For Missing Fishermen, and The Two Waynes

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As provincial vaccine mandates for healthcare workers loom, some hospitals worry about staff shortages. We speak with Zubin Austin of the University of Toronto about the potential impacts on the sector. Benny Powell shares his thoughts on the loss of Marc Russell and Joey Jenkins, and reads a poem he wrote about the two fishermen who went missing near Mary's Harbour almost a month ago. Filming for short films that are part of the Labrador Doc Project is slated to start in Rigolet and North West River. We hear from Heather Campbell about what it meant to be selected to work with the project. Salamanders may be slimy and sticky, but don't squish them! We hear Shylah Ernst talk about growing up with salamanders in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, and what it was like to find some after seeing none for decades. Nunatsiavut President Johannes Lampe speaks about the letter Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami has sent to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau regarding NunatuKavut. Edgewise Environmental and the Nunatsiavut government is holding a workshop that aims to teach people a thing or two about sea mammals. We speak with Ashley Noseworthy and take a deep dive into what participants can anticipate seeing. It's Friday, so that means we're hanging with the Waynes! We hear their television and book selections for the week. Finally, get ready because Twin Flames are back in town. The Indigenous musical duo is performing in Happy Valley-Goose Bay on Saturday night. We speak to them and find out what they're looking forward to.

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