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Newfoundland and Labrador premier joins push to have Jimmy Kimmel visit
The push to coax American talk show host Jimmy Kimmel to visit this province has been so strong, even the premier is getting in on it. On his Twitter page this morning, Premier Dwight Ball posted, “Hey @jimmykimmel, what are you waiting for? ...
Cannabis legalization having different effects on policing across Atlantic Canada
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Botwood family living in Nova Scotia takes in sister’s children after tragedy
It’s been a heart-wrenching and emotionally gruelling four years for Jennifer Strowbridge, dealing with the death of her sister. “It’s still hard to believe she’s gone,” said Strowbridge, whose younger sister Heather ...
Placentia man finds unknown soldier’s identity
From the time Brendan Collins first spotted a portrait of a First World War soldier hanging in a local antique shop in June, he knew he had to find out who the man was. “I thought, gosh, it’s a pity that a young follow who fought for ...
Swimming lessons, water-safety education urged for Newfoundland and Labrador schools
With adult relatives watching from the shore at Small Point, near Western Bay, the children were up to their waists, having a good time, frolicking in the ocean. Suddenly, they were out of sight. “Just like that, they were gone,” Bobby’s father, ...
Seventy-year-old convicted sex offender denies sexually assaulting four girls decades ago
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