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Indigenous musicians are adapting to COVID-19 restrictions and still making music. We hear about a different take on Handel's Messiah. We speak with dance instructors in Labrador West about what it's like to teach dance here during the pandemic. we continue to hear about people who have received the Labradorians of Distinction Award. Today's recipient passed away a few years ago but her legacy lives on, we hear about Barbara Wood. The Aboriginal Sport and Recreation Circle is collecting information from communities on what their needs are. We talk to Ronnie Elson about how the process is going. Concerns are being raised about cyberbullying regarding the nomination of Devon Ryan in the Torngat Mountains district. We hear from Liberal candidate Lisa Dempster, PC candidate Lela Evans and Premier Andrew Furey. We hear of a rescue that occured last week in a wooded area of Happy Valley-Goose Bay, led by RCMP police dog Jerry. Finally, we speak with our Ottawa watcher, Heather Scoffield of the Toronto Star, for her takes on the first Question Period of 2021, and the debate on the Keystone XL pipeline.