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Municipalities Newfoundland and Labrador conventions will continue to rotate after all.
The motion, one which proposed to have all future conventions held in St. John's only, was officially overturned at the annual general meeting in Corner Brook Saturday morning.
Corner Brook Mayor Charles Pender brought forth the motion earlier this year and it was actually passed by membership at an emergency meeting Friday but was not officially accepted by the board until the general meeting.
Read more in Tuesday's print editions of The Telegram and The Western Star.

Geographic location: Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador, St. John's Western Star

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  • Funky
    July 02, 2010 - 13:35

    Give it a rest G-Man. The only reason St. John's survived is because of the work that was done outside of the overpass. We are all Newfoundlanders. Get over this stupid inside/outside overpass, townie/bayman BS. Newfoundlanders are sometimes their own worst enemies.

  • g-man
    July 02, 2010 - 13:31

    funky monkey needs a history lesson..what funky monkey fails to understand is,there was an inside the overpass before an outside the overpass..st johns had the overpass built,so the outside of the overpass,could get outside the overpass.over and out!!!

  • Funky
    July 02, 2010 - 13:27

    What G-Man also needs to be reminded...if there was no outside the overpass, there would be no inside the overpass.

  • g-man
    July 02, 2010 - 13:15

    i would like to remind people who live outside the overpass..if it wasnt for inside the overpass there would be no outside the ovepass.outside the overpass loves to dump on our beautiful city(st johns)..i think its a lack responcibility on behalf of all the other so called city mayors to make sure there,s enough room for people visiting there so called cities(gander,CB.).i would never go to places where theres no room.after this little cafuffle,alot of people,wont be visiting these places..knowing the way they(outside the overpass) talk about st johns,i would never visit there communities..

  • Funky
    July 01, 2010 - 20:24

    Give it a rest G-Man. The only reason St. John's survived is because of the work that was done outside of the overpass. We are all Newfoundlanders. Get over this stupid inside/outside overpass, townie/bayman BS. Newfoundlanders are sometimes their own worst enemies.

  • g-man
    July 01, 2010 - 20:20

    funky monkey needs a history lesson..what funky monkey fails to understand is,there was an inside the overpass before an outside the overpass..st johns had the overpass built,so the outside of the overpass,could get outside the overpass.over and out!!!

  • Funky
    July 01, 2010 - 20:14

    What G-Man also needs to be reminded...if there was no outside the overpass, there would be no inside the overpass.

  • g-man
    July 01, 2010 - 19:55

    i would like to remind people who live outside the overpass..if it wasnt for inside the overpass there would be no outside the ovepass.outside the overpass loves to dump on our beautiful city(st johns)..i think its a lack responcibility on behalf of all the other so called city mayors to make sure there,s enough room for people visiting there so called cities(gander,CB.).i would never go to places where theres no room.after this little cafuffle,alot of people,wont be visiting these places..knowing the way they(outside the overpass) talk about st johns,i would never visit there communities..