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CBC News Posted: Sep 27, 2013 7:25 AM NT Last Updated: Sep 27, 2013 7:25 AM NT
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The City of Corner Brook's new water treatment plant is expensive to run. Corner Brook Pulp and Paper is one of the biggest users of water, but the city hopes to see that change. Ric Tull is CBPP general manager, Charles Pender is Corner Brook's mayor.
We drop by Gambo Public Library for a public colouring party.
We talk to security expert Keith Lindahl about how to keep your property safe as reports of break-ins in our region increase.
A Gander institution is folding. We find out why the Legion's ladies auxiliary is giving it up.
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