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Greyhound Pets NL estimates around 400 dogs have gone from the race tracks of the southern U.S. to retired life in Newfoundland and Labrador over the past 30 years.
Two MUN instructors will be working with the Newfoundland and Labrador Department of Justice and Public Safety to look at a way to reduce prison overcrowding.read comments video
The Whiffen family won't know who to cheer for this weekend with brothers Tyler and A.J. Whiffen in goal for opposite teams vying for the Herder Memorial Trophy.
A pair of snowmobilers put their lives at risk on Sunday when they drove across open water on Quidi Vidi Lake in St. John's, according to a search and rescue volunteer.video
Todd Perrin knew exactly what to expect when he made his return to Top Chef Canada, this time for the All-Stars series.
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