Health Care In Labrador, Business Budget Reaction, and Earth Day
You may be languishing during the pandemic and not even know it. We speak with psychologist Sara Dimerman about what you need to know about languishing. For 51 years, people have been celebrating Earth Day. We find out what Andrea Keats in Happy Valley-Goose Bay and Roxanne Notley in Port Hope Simpson are doing to keep our planet clean and healthy. Dr. Pat Parfrey and Sister Elizabeth Davis delivered their interim report on health care this week. They join us to talk about it. We hear from a nurse with Labrador Grenfell Health about how staff shortages are impacting nurses and patients, and we hear from Yvette Coffey of the Registered Nurses Union. With deficiencies in health services in Labrador continuing to be front and centre, we speak with Labrador Affairs Minister Lisa Dempster about what can be done. It's been a tough year on business throughout the country, so how does the recent federal budget support Labrador businesses? We hear from Andy Turnbull of the Labrador North Chamber of Commerce. Finally, we talk about how Monday's federal budget will impact Canada's goal of net zero emissions and what the Finance Minster laid out as her path to get there. Caroline Lee of the Canadian Institute For Climate Choices joins us.