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Thinking about composting but not sure where to start? We get all the tips and tricks when we speak with Julia Canning from the provincial Multi Material Stewardship Board. The board of regents of the province's only university wants to see a name change, and it's likely to please Labradorians. Memorial University President Vianne Timmons joins us to talk about what it is. Local author Bob Mesher died in Happy Valley-Goose Bay this past weekend. This morning, we hear an archival interview Labrador Morning did with Bob in 2014 when he first released his book. We hear from Innu Nation Grand Chief Etienne Rich on how they plan to work with Labrador Grenfell Health to address health care concerns. We're hanging with the Waynes again this Friday. We hear about TV Series Vikings and movie Without Remorse from our TV and Film reviewer Wayne Walsh, and we hear the book Dune by Frank Herbert from our book reviewer Wayne Button. We briefly tell you about power outages that are taking place in Happy Valley-Goose Bay on Saturday and Sunday. Finally, Justin Trudeau says Canada is gearing up for a "one-dose summer," but what kind of immunity does one vaccination afford us? Immunologist Eric Arts gives us the One Shot 101.