It’s more than two weeks into the school year already, but only about half the crossing guard positions in the City of St. John’s are filled.
And Mayor Dennis O’Keefe said that is despite recruitment efforts.
Get the full story on the front page of today’s Telegram print edition.
Also on the front page:
Provincial Finance Minister Tom Marshall responds to recent comments by Dean MacDonald who, in a speech to the St. John’s Board of Trade, laid out a litany of complaints against the PC government.
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Thursday’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 Thursday’s print edition:
• On page A3, Jessie Alder, the niece of Terry Fox, visited St. John’s and paid tribute at the Terry Fox statue.
• On page A3, the trial of a crab fishery observer suspected of providing false information to the Department of Fisheries and Oceans began Wednesday.
• On page A5, some local people are joining a nationwide lobby day advocating a new communication service for people with hearing disabilities.
• On page A8, a story about crane operator training.
• On page A10, two men from St. John’s who were arrested onboard a Porter flight are under investigation for drug-related offences.
And there’s so much more in today’s print edition.
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