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retriever

a type of hunting dog used for recovering the shot bird, often from water; includes the specific breeds, Chesapeake Bay, Curly-coated, Flat-coated, Golden and Labrador retrievers, and Wire-haired pointing griffon, but various spaniels may also perform retrieving duties in the field.
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In addition, a $99,500 investment from ACOAs Business Development Program (BDP) enabled the Labrador West Chamber of Commerce to deliver the Women in Business Leadership Conference and Tradex earlier this week.
The book provides a rich history of the people who developed sport fishing and conservation in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Labrador will no longer be connected to the National Museum," the group said in its letter to Del Rosario.
The Government of Canada is committed to working with organizations like Theatre Newfoundland and Labrador which demonstrate the vision, fortitude and innovative spirit which will help move Canadas economy forward.
IOC's Labrador City operations produce iron ore concentrate and pellets for transport to the company's port facilities at Sept-lles, Quebec, via its wholly-owned, 418-km-long Quebec North Shore and Labrador Railway.
Throughout her rich archive of personal documents, Saunders refers to herself variously as an Inuit woman, a Settler (which in Labrador means a person of mixed Aboriginal and European ancestry), and an Aboriginal, but first and foremost as a Labradorian.
But the Labrador retriever, the golden retriever, the French bulldog and the Rottweiler have never won Westminster's top honour, according to Westminster spokeswoman Lisa Peterson.
In 2003, Labrador spoke to Latino voters in Boise and caught the attention of former Idaho House Minority Leader Wendy Jaquet.
We received Labradors (Gun Dog's special interest publication) today.
Settlement, Subsistence and Change Among the Labrador Inuit: The Nunatsiavumrniut Experience" by the editorial team of David C.
We are friends with a couple who adopted a one-year-old Labrador Retriever when our dog was about two-and-a-half years old.
PUPPY LOVE: Jamie Westwick, four, with his pet Labrador Jaz.