In today’s print edition of The Telegram, At close of business on Oct. 25, Max Ruelokke’s current, six-year term as chairman and CEO of the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board (CNLOPB) will be at an end.
Provincial and federal government representatives have begun the process of deciding on the best person to hold the reins at the offshore regulator for the next six years.
A job posting is being circulated, seeking out potential candidates.
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Wednesday’s print edition of The Telegram, on the other hand, contains much, much more, from news to opinion to our expanded Business section.
Inside Wednesday’s print edition:
• A year after the body of a Newfoundland woman was found in rural Saskatchewan, the investigation into her death remains “a priority for the major crimes unit,” according to the RCMP. Carol King, originally from Mattis Point on the province’s west coast, went missing from her home in Herschel, Sask. Aug. 6, 2011. Her body was found Aug. 27, 2011.
• The ferry ride from North Sydney, N.S. to Argentia is long and rough, but one woman said conditions are especially bad for a certain breed of passenger: dogs. Wendy Power decided to take the Marine Atlantic Vision ferry because she thought it would be easier on her two boxers, Stella and Bosco. But once on board, Power began to doubt her decision.
• Got crushed cans and don’t know what to do with them? Fear not, the Multi-Materials Stewardship Board has changed its policy — on a trial basis — to allow crushed cans to be accepted at recycling depots. That is, they’ll accept them but please, try not to crush them if you can avoid it.
• Contemporary Florists is the focus of Wednesday’s regular business feature, Biz Bio.
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