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“Please, Mr. O’Keefe, Mr. Galgay, and your other sleeping friends: Resign.”

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Former Great Big Sea member and small business owner Bob Hallett says homeowners and business owners in St. John’s feel “abused and neglected” in the wake of city council’s municipal budget. He is calling for the mayor and councillors’ resignation.

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Two Whales Coffee Shop

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A touch of magic in Port Rexton reveals a model for the future

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NL entrepreneur showcase tomorrow night

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The Telegram is covering the The Entrepreneurs’ Forum Newfoundland and Labrador Showcase which is taking place tomorrow night at Portobello’s Restaurant. The forum brings together businesses, investors and government officials to raise the profile of local entrepreneurs and their businesses. This year’s forum will include Scott Oldfield, CEO of Essential Coding Inc. of Grand Falls-Windsor; Gerry Heffernan, CEO and founder of Onplug Innovations Inc. of St. John’s; Keelin O’Leary, manager of the Genesis Centre in St. John’s; Kim Todd, owner of Quick Brown Fox of St. John’s; and Brian Lundrigan, owner of WYSE Design & Development Inc. in Conception Bay South. Source: The Telegram

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One small falafel for you; one giant leap for St. John’s

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City Hall needs to start supporting local small business, not fighting it

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PART 2: From Fashion Crimes to menswear lines

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Newfoundlanders making a difference in mainland fashion

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From fashion crimes to menswear lines

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Newfoundlanders making a difference in mainland fashion

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