Health officials come under pressure to ensure patients requiring Methadone — a drug used to treat addictions — would not have their treatment interrupted due to the temporary closure of Downtown Pharmacy in St. John’s.
Check out this special report in the print edition of The Telegram today.
Also on our front page, read about why an Avalon Peninsula woman is upset that her developmentally delayed daughter finds herself out on the street.
The Telegram website offers only a sample of the stories our reporters, editors and photographers work hard to get to the public every day.
Saturday’s print edition of The Telegram, on the other hand, contains much more, from news and detailed sports, to opinion pieces, and an expanded A&E section.
Inside Saturday’s print edition:
• View a photo spread and detailed coverage of the 2012 Newfoundland and Labrador Summer Games.
• On page A3, the Canadian Coast Guard Ship Vladykov is welcomed to the fleet during a naming and dedication ceremony in St. John’s.
• On page A4, a feature on Churchill Falls in Labrador, complete with photos.
• On page A5, the Save Our People Action Committee (SOPAC) has set up a toll-free number for people to call in sightings of moose on the province’s highways.
• On page A9, St. John’s Mayor Dennis O’Keefe reacts to the Tordon Players — a protest group opposing the province’s use of Tordon 101 along the province’s highways.
• Check out Webspin on page A11.
• Our business section starts on page C1.
• Extensive sports coverage in the B section.
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