Don’t just cross that bridge when you come to it, learn about the state of its structural integrity and what the province is facing when it comes to repairing or replacing aging structures throughout our vast road network.
In The Weekend Telegram print edition, reporter Barb Sweet takes an indepth look at this issue in a feature starting on the front page and crossing over to the inside.
Also, get the latest on the Corner Brook Pulp and Paper mill and what the future may hold for it.
With summer officially here, the print edition of the paper is a good place to start your summer reading after you shut down the barbecue and sit back for a relaxing and informative read in the fresh, outdoors air.
While our website carries only a sample of our stories, our print edition is chocked full articles of interest to all.
• On page A3, get the latest on a possible province-wide 911 emergency service.
• If a quarry is allowed to be developed near Shoal Harbour Pond, a local conservation group says it could jeopardize the town’s drinking water source. Check out the story page A24.
• In this week’s Web spin on page D3, there’s a sample of what online readers had to say about the intense three-day filibuster in the House of Assembly over access to information legislation.
• Karl Wells is at it again on page F1, tempting your taste buds with his latest review. This week: his thoughts on the Opera on the Avalon Masqued Ball at the St. John’s Convention Centre.
• Need something to “wine” about? On page F2, check out our wine columnist. This week, “My favourite wines from visits to B.C. vineyards.”
• Movies are always a hot draw anytime of the year. Check out what the critics have to say about recently released films. On page E5, it’s a review of Woody Allen’s “To Rome with Love”.
• Getting outside in the garden is much more pleasant now with the warm weather of late. Check out our gardening columnists. Janice Wells discusses rock walls and other property structures. And J.J. Strong, goes over lawn maintenance and discusses how to get rid of pesky creatures.
• On page E4, actor/artist Ice-T ‘raps’ about hot topics surrounding the business he is a part of.
• “To say Adam Sandler’s new movie isn’t as bad as his last is like saying your typical dental filling isn’t as bad as a root canal.” Curious? Check out the rest of this movie review on page E2.
• Author Bruce Stagg documents in his latest book the tragedy of the Harbour Breton landslide. See page D1.
• Emad Rizkalla, president of Bluedrop Performance Learning, answers 20 Questions in the popular weekend feature.
• On page E1, read about King’s graduate and filmmaker Christopher Richardson who is set to air ‘Regret’ on the Documentary Channel.
• The Weekend books pages, F4 and F5, carry listings of the latest local book launches, readings and signings, as well as the list of the top selling books in Canada. There are also articles reviewing recently published books and their authors.
• On F3 find your favourite puzzles, such as Crossword, Whizword, Quotes-Maze and Logic Minesweeper.
• The Telegram reporters and editors work hard to provide a selection of detailed articles for the print edition, many of which are original, or new and interesting angles to ongoing stories. Check out The Weekend Telegram print edition.