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Wednesday’s full edition of The Telegram, on the other hand, contains much, much more, from news to opinion to our expanded Arts & Entertainment section.
Check out these stories in the full edition today:
• What’s up with the process of appointing a new chair and CEO to the Canada Newfoundland Offshore Petroleum Board? Why was a provincial seat on the board left vacant for so long? Why aren’t the federal and provincial governments, and board members willing to talk about it? Check out reporter Ashley Fitzpatrick’s story on Page A1 of the full edition of The Telegram.
• The Dunderdale government gets blasted by the Liberal Opposition for making senior appointments at a time when it is talking about the need for fiscal restraint. Check out the story by reporter James McLeod.
• Local chef Chris Chafe is about to make his mark on national television. He’s selected for Season 3 of The Food Network’s Top Chef Canada. Story by reporter Josh Pennell.
• Cupids role in the early history of the province should be included in the Canadian Museum of History says the Cupids Legacy Centre. Story by Andrew Robinson.
• On page B8 today, it’s News on the Go. It’s a page with reader photos, today in history files, News of the Weird and much more.
• In the sports section, reporter John Browne provides readers the latest on Memorial University’s men’s basketball team.
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