Fans of the Montreal Canadiens enjoy the antics of star defenceman P.K. Subban on the ice, and now viewers will get to see what he can do as a member of the “22 Minutes” team.
Subban will be a special guest host as “22 Minutes” begins its 20th season Tuesday evening.
See today’s front page of The Telegram print edition.
Also on the front page, in this Canadian Press story, read about the legal fight facing a Newfoundland oil worker who was shot and taken hostage in Nigeria.
The Telegram website offers only a sample of the stories our reporters, editors and photographers work hard to get to the public every day.
Monday’s print edition of The Telegram, on the other hand, contains much, much more, from news to opinion, to indepth sports, to our expanded A&E section.
Inside Monday’s print edition:
• Check out the arts photo spread on page A4.
• On page A5, Dale Jarvis, in his column Newfoundland Unexplained, tells about how a strange light turned skeptics into believers in one Newfoundland town.
• Newfoundland and Labrador marked the 72nd anniversary of the Battle of Britain. See page A7.
• Crossweek, page B4.
• View this week’s community heroes on page B6.
• National news on page B7.
• The News on the Go page on B8 provides a variety of interesting things, from beautiful reader photos, to Today in History, News of the Weird, and the Newfoundland Word of the Day.
• Page C1 carries a Canadian Press feature headlined “The cost of getting sick”.
• World news, page C7.
• Sports begins on D1. Included are articles on local senior hockey, local soccer and Targa Newfoundland 2012.
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