Labrador Morning | Feb 27, 2014 | 5:42

Loretta Saunders's body found in New Brunswick

It was news that so many people in Labrador hoped they would never hear. Loretta Saunders's disapearance is now being treated as a homicide. Police in Halifax made the announcement late yesterday afternoon -

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