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• Plantworkers from Fortune travelled to St. John’s Monday to make it clear they support a deal which would see the plant more jobs created at the lant in return for OCI shipping 75 per cent of its yellowtail catch out of the province unprocessed. “We do not want to have to leave our homes, our families, our friends, to go elsewhere to get employment when we’ve got an employment opportunity in our own town, and we are good workers, and we can make that company work for Ocean Choice International,” union local president Karen Caines said. “All we want is the opportunity to do so.”
• Former premier Danny Williams stepped in front of the microphones in St. John’s Monday and made it perfectly clear where he stands on Muskrat Falls. “It’s quite simply a no-brainer,” he said. “We’ve studied it to death, we’ve consulted it to death, we’ve analyzed it to death, and further delay will only add to the cost.”
• When St. John’s businessman former premier Danny Williams submits a proposal to build his $6-billion housing project in Southlands, he’ll have to go through the same channels as everyone else, Mayor Dennis O’Keefe said Monday during council’s meeting.
• Leo Crockwell’s long list of lawyers got longer in court in St. John’s Monday. When his case was called in Newfoundland Supreme Court in St. John’s, Mike King — who was retained last month — told the judge he will not defend Crockwell after all. “Unfortunately, my lord, there’s been a development between myself and Mr. Crockwell,” King told Justice Robert LeBlanc.
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