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• Labrador MP Peter Penashue continues to face political fallout following media reports about overspending during his election campaign. CBC reports claim documents in Penashue’s Elections Canada file show Provincial Airlines wrote off all but $7,000 of a travel bill that totalled almost $25,000.
• The president of the NunatuKavut Community Council is claiming Wednesday’s provincial Supreme Court decision regarding protests at Muskrat Falls as a victory for the group. The decision maintains protestors cannot enter Nalcor Energy’s worksite, or stand in the way of contractors entering and leaving, but also orders an area near the site be identified for use by protesters.
• Politicians were looking into sketchy agriculture spending decisions made by the Department of Natural Resources to support a west coast dairy farm, Tuesday.
In his January report, then-auditor general Wayne Loveys raised red flags, saying that money went to projects that didn’t qualify for funding, and three companies that got cash were all owned by the same people.
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