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• The woman who defrauded her former non-profit employer of more than $38,000 has been sentenced to seven months house arrest in St. John’s and ordered to pay back the full amount. Keri Lynn McGrath, 41, former executive director of the Newfoundland and Labrador Brain Injury Association, was sentenced in court Wednesday.
• Two-year-old Ansley — a Rhodesian Ridgeback-cross — is a frequent and welcome visitor at a nursing home in St. John’s. She and her owner are part of the St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program — and she’s probably not the last pit bull-cross or pit bull to pass the stringent testing to become a certified therapy dog, according to the program evaluator.
• Business optimism in Newfoundland and Labrador continues to rise. For the fifth straight month, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business’s “business barometer” reports that optimism among small business owners in the province has risen.
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