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Friday’s full edition of The Telegram, on the other hand, contains much, much more, from news to opinion to our expanded Arts & Entertainment section.
In today’s Telegram:
• On the front page: Seats remain unfilled at the Canada-Newfoundland Offshore Petroleum Board.
• Ottawa should hold off on granting a loan guarantee for the Muskrat Falls project until it passes an independent regulatory review, public spending watchdogs say.
• On page A3, Government pledges cash to fight homelessness.
• Education the best weapon in fight against con artists: RNC
• Judge says no to Cabana’s Muskrat Falls injunction.
• On page A4, Campaign for ‘holiday miracles’ launched.
• Arrest made in connection with reported attack on teenager.
• On page A5, With or without bandstand, foundation supports park plan.
• On page A9, National recognition for MUN pharmacy prof.
• On page B2, the Etcetera listings.
• On the sports pages, Lady Sea Hawks on the road against Acadia this weekend.
• No excuses for IceCaps’ scoring struggles (column by Brendan McCarthy).
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