Deantha Edmunds set to take the stage, Advocates disputes the sugar tax and Earle family want to see the Perrault Place Community Centre open again


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0:00 A one-woman show is taking place in the Heart Garden outside Government House in St. John's and gracing the stage is Labrador's own Deantha Edmunds. The playwright hopes it'll challenge people's assumptions of our province's history. 07:29 Looking for some rock and country? A Saturday concert fundraising for the Happy Valley-Goose Bay Firettes is taking place at Kinsmen park. Hear from Larry Baker for more. 14:52 More internationally trained doctors from the province will be able to apply to Memorial University. Hear from the Premier's announcement. 19:55 A sugar tax in our province raised some flags for an eating disorder awareness advocate in Ontario. She said villainizing sugar could lead to people thinking wrongly about food and their bodies and may lead to more eating disorders. 25:13 To get more thoughts on the incoming tax, CBC's Margaret Aligbe spoke to some residents of Corner Brook on if the new tax would impact their spending habits when it comes to pop. 27:50 Boats, more boats, and a town all named Emily! Dale Jarvis will tell us all about how Emily Harbour, a former settlement north of Rigolet, came to be in our series 'Place and Time.' 31:33 The Earle family in Happy Valley-Goose Bay wants the Perrault Place community centre to get up and running again but say a meeting with stakeholders keeps being delayed.

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