- Labrador + -ian (Wiktionary)
“The season was reduced from eight months to three months with the season officially starting on December 20 this year, according to The Labradorian.”
“We need look no further than our head table here this afternoon to our own Damhnait Doyle -- a bright, energetic, enormously talented young Newfoundlander and Labradorian taking this country by storm.”
“And, starting tomorrow, the defence system of this country will be under the extremely capable leadership of native Newfoundlander and Labradorian General Rick Hillier, the newly appointed Canadian Chief of Defence Staff.”
“On the current Equalization fracas, there's no surprise that MacDonald unequivocally backs his former business partner Danny Williams: I'm mad as a Newfoundlander and Labradorian about what's gone on here.”
“But does every Newfoundlander and Labradorian actually want 100% exclusion of non-renewable resources?”
“They're Newfoundlander and Labradorian representatives and we need to work together, Williams said.”
“Actually, they prefer to be called Retrievers of Labradorian descent.”
“The Labradorian is committed to encouraging intelligent discourse among our readers and to creating a forum where diverse views and opinions on a wide range of topics can be aired.”
“When contacted by The Labradorian, a spokesperson for Crown Lands said there were other inquiries into the particular situation and they would not be able to respond before publishing time.”
“The Labradorian also attempted to contact Mr. Penashue but he did not return requests for comment.”
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