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Coping with Grief in Nain, A group of Quebec Innu travel into Labrador and Hopedale youth participates in discussions with US Secretary of State
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On today's show, the Nunatsiavut Government is seeking applications for children's illustrations which will be included in school workbooks. We'll learn more about that project. With six deaths in the last two months, it's already been a challenging year in Nain...then there is the addition of a lockdown. We will speak with a mental health worker about grief. We bring you a story on how a national pilot's association is asking provincial health officials to be included in the phase 2 vaccine rollout plan. A group of Innu from Quebec have travelled en masse to the Birchy Lakes area of Labrador. However, they apparently say they are not there to hunt caribou. Nicholas Flowers of Hopedale is one of five Canadian youth who recently participated in a roundtable discussion with a US secretary of State. We'll hear from him on what was talked about. Schools will once again be buzzing with activity this week. We'll talk to the head of the provincial teachers association about how their members feel about it.