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1. Dr. Hassan Masri, Intensive Care Specialist, Saskatoon

Video 1 - After Dr. Masri's first vaccination

Video 2 - After Dr. Masri's second vaccination

Video 3 - Dr. Masri talks about vaccinating others


2. Métis Elders Ken and Louise Pederson, Buffalo Narrows

Video 1 - Full/2 mins

Video 2 - 15 secs

Video 3 - 15 sec (in Cree with subtitles)


3. Gainer the Gopher

Video 1 - 15 secs


4. Kaleb Dahlgren, Former Humboldt Broncos Player

Former Humboldt Broncos player Kaleb Dahlgren encourages everyone to get their COVID-19 vaccine.


5. Tatiana Maslany, Actor

Saskatchewan actor Tatiana Maslany encourages everyone to get their COVID-19 vaccine.


6. Jorgen Hus, Saskatchewan Roughrider

Saskatchewan Roughrider Jorgen Hus encourages everyone to get their COVID-19 vaccine.


7. Dan Clark, Saskatchewan Roughrider

Saskatchewan Roughrider Dan Clark encourages everyone to get their COVID-19 vaccine.

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