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Catherine Fennelly is upset with how she and her husband were treated by Fewer's ambulance dispatch in Cape Broyle.
The head of the Newfoundland and Labrador AIDS committee says stigma against drug users is partially to blame for the continued use of dirty needles.
On the Go clips
Thursday February 09, 2017
On The Go asks councillor Sandy Hickman if St. John's is ready for Costco's move to the west end?
Wednesday February 08, 2017
Andrew Staniland, from MUN's School Of Music on his best year yet.
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