Labrador railway deal may be made in China, instead of by CN, according to comments made at a Mining Industry NL conference in St. John’s this week.
And mining companies with projects in this province are set to present their latest updates to potential investors at the conference.
Get the full story on the front page of today’s Telegram print edition.
Also on the front page:
Despite awareness of the risks of the ocean, especially the surf at Cape Spear during tropical storms such as Leslie, some people still choose to ignore the warning signs and fencing, and stand on the edge.
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Wednesday’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 Wednesday’s print edition:
• On page A3, a new judge is sworn in.
• The decision to grant Nelson Lloyd Hart a new murder trial was only 24 hours old Tuesday and the prosecutor was already bombarded with phone calls. See page A3.
• On page A4, the court injunction that stopped a wildcat strike from blocking access to the Long Harbour nickel processing plant construction site has been lifted — more than two months after the job action it was supposed to guard against ended.
• On page A5, the latest on infrastructure needs in St. John’s.
• Page A10, accessibility bylaws to include signage.
• In the business section, the latest on the strike at St. John’s International Airport.
And there’s so much more in today’s print edition.
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