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Trying To Keep Veterans Affairs Office Open.

The Veterans Affairs office in Corner Brook is shutting down. But there's a group trying to keep it open

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West Coast Morning Halifax ship blogger observes signs of heavy ice in Atlantic Canada Apr 7, 2014 | 6:21Heavy ice off Newfoundland this winter has caused headaches for shipping of all kinds. Blogger and ship observer Mac Mackay says he can tell how busy it's been, by the ships that have visited Halifax.
West Coast Morning - Halifax ship blogger sees signs of heavy ice in Atlantic CanadaApr 7, 2014 | 6:21West Coast Morning Halifax ship blogger sees signs of heavy ice in Atlantic Canada Audio
West Coast Morning Halifax ship blogger sees signs of heavy ice in Atlantic Canada Apr 7, 2014 | 6:21Heavy ice off Newfoundland this winter has caused problems for ships, especially ferries. Mac Mackay writes the blog Shipfax and keeps an eye on vessel traffic in and out of Halifax Harbour.
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West Coast Morning St. David's farmer says Gulf ferry delays are tough on his businesses Apr 4, 2014 | 8:18Brent Chaffey of St. David's says this week's delays of the Marine Atlantic Gulf ferries are hard on his dairy farm operations and his trucking company.
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