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    I would highly recommend listening to this interview. After 16 years in public office this discussion rings true t… https://t.co/spIUehmope
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    Great victory today for @FureyAndrew and great news for our province. I particularly liked his speech this evening.… https://t.co/hkdCL0inaI
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    Congratulations Paddy!
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    True that!
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    Congratulations HBCYN! Despite this challenging summer of 2020, the youth of Harbour Breton shine through once agai… https://t.co/htvbCXqNcu
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    Happy #EarthDay to Coast of Bays - Central - Notre Dame! Our environment and economy go hand-in-hand. Let's all do our part to combat #ClimateChange.
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    Look who is pictured on the MP's Facebook page and no, Nanny didn't arrange this!!! ????
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    Last week I got to serve as an adjudicator in the spoken categories for the Grand Falls-Windsor Kiwanis Music Festival. It's amazing to see the incredible talent of our young people, and the pride shown by their families and loved ones.
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    It's Minister Al Hawkins 65th birthday today! It was a pleasure to provide him with a birthday certificate in recognition of his special day. A big thank you for your contribution to public service.
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    The Government of Canada has invested $400,000 to assist with the creation of the new Conservation Centre, in addition to the expansion of the Corduroy Nature Trail network. This will be of great benefit for the tourism industry in Grand Falls-Windsor, while providing sustainable recreational infrastructure that can be utilized by residents and visitors.
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