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We're all looking forward to hugging our loved ones and meeting friends in public again. In England, that starts next week. We get the details from reporter Henry Hill in London. Lots of new and exciting projects are starting and finishing in Natuashish. Mushuau Innu First Nation Chief John Nui gives us an update. We hear about how the fish plant in Cartwright is honouring one of their employees who passed away this winter. Louise Roberts-Cull and David Williams remember Marg Hopkins. A local conservation officer in Labrador West has been named Ducks Unlimited volunteer of the year for the province. We hear from Luke Parsons. It's National Nursing Week and we check in with nurses all over the big land. We speak with Chelsea McNabb in Charlottetown, Patti Gover in Labrador City, and Cheryl Elson in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. Also, we talk to Jennifer Lister in Natuashish, who has received the Award Of Excellence In Nursing. Finally, what will more flexibility in the workplace mean for employees and workers post-pandemic? We speak about the future of remote working with productivity coach Clare Kumar.