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The price of everything in the province hinges on this case

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Oceanex vs. Marine Atlantic is about more than just shipping rights. It’s about whether this province will survive.

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Facing sustainability?

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Latest Marine Atlantic cuts are just the tip of the proverbial iceberg

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A ferry, ferry big problem

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Cutting back on ferry services is bad, but only the tip of the iceberg. What we need is a cohesive provincial transportation strategy.

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Upset over disposal of old Newfoundland ferries

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When Marine Atlantic sold The Joseph and Clara Smallwood and The Caribou were sold to two separate companies some years ago, a condition of the sales included a commitment that if a buyer decide to recycle the vessels, it would be done at a yard with green recycling facilities. It is being revealed that both boats are now in Alang, India, at one of most infamous ship-breaking facilities in the world. According the United Nations Human Rights Council, 209 workers were killed in accidents in Alang between 1996 and 2003. A ship-breakers watchdog group in New Delhi, India, told CBC News Tuesday that at least 27 workers have been killed this year in Alang. Source: CBC

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