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We’ll speak with the president of the PANL about the COVID-19 vaccine. Next, a savings plan that families can use to help children with disabilities later in life. Also, the Qalipu First Nation’s Language Revival Project with coordinator Dean Simon.
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The President of the Pharmacists Association of NL says that pharmacists could play a crucial role in helping to administer the COVID-19 vaccine. Next, less than a quarter of eligible families are taking part in Registered Disability Savings Plans. We'll find out why families with children with disabilities might want to consider setting up an RDSP. Finally, the student has become the teacher. We'll chat with Dean Simon about a new Mi’kmaw language program he’ll be teaching. It’s called the Language Revival Project.