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• A free trade deal between Canada and the European Union — presently under negotiation — could spell trouble for Newfoundland and Labrador’s minimum processing requirements in the fishery. While the EU doesn’t like processing requirements, in this province they are “fundamental communities and fundamental to our plantworkers,” according to Fisheries Minister Derrick Dalley
• Premier Kathy Dunderdale says the final cost estimate numbers for the Muskrat Falls project will be released within the next week or so. The process has reached the stage of “crossing the Ts and dotting the Is,” she said.
• The Crown began its case against Steven Neville in Supreme Court Thursday, outlining how an ongoing feud over a $65 debt escalated from threatening Facebook posts, violent text messages to a master plan by Neville to kill two men.
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