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From the Gazette

Dr. Shawn Leroux

Non-native wildlife invasion

Newfoundland and Labrador is a hot-spot for visitors but a research team has uncovered just how popular the island portion of the province is for non-native terrestrial mammals. The Rock – as it turns out – is so popular that almost half of the terrestrial mammals living there come from away. Understanding the island’s community […]

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Parking rate increases

On May 19, the Board of Regents approved an increase the hourly rates for meter and pay and display parking on the St. John’s campus. The rate will increase from $0.75 to $1.50 per hour and will be implemented starting June 1 with all machines being switched to the new rate by July 1. The […]

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