Finance minister to speak at board of trade event in Corner Brook

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CORNER BROOK  Finance Minister Charlene Johnson will talk about the 2014 provincial budget during an event in Corner Brook on April 14.

Johnson will speak at a Greater Corner Brook Board of Trade supper at the Greenwood Inn and Suites.

The event is scheduled to get underway at 7 p.m. with a meal and is open to members and non-members.

For more information, contact Sherry Hynes at 634-5831 or email sherry@gcbbt.com.

Organizations: Greater Corner Brook Board of Trade, Greenwood Inn

Geographic location: Corner Brook

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  • Hairy Arms
    April 03, 2014 - 10:58

    More BLABBER from Premier Marshall. The Progressive Conservative party are in trouble and he was sent in to save it.. Promises of open government, merits of Muskrat Falls, more prosperous times ahead under this government, thats his message to the local Board of Trade. The truth is this government has had its chance. . Muskrat Falls secrets which will undoutedly lead to higher then normal electrical bills across this Island, 2013-14 deficit leading to large publie service lay offs and services cut to taxpayors to balance this mess. Oh, don't forget Kathy Dunderdale whom stated the power blackouts was not a crisis. I beg to differ. Very insensitive comment from her. I will not vote for this joke government anymore.They will say and do anything to get elected. VOTERS BEWARE. They hurt Newfoundlanders and Labradorians once they will do it again. I hope voteres have the wisdom to see through the attempt by the Consevatives to once more get elected. You cannot change the spots on a leopard. Thats my rant.

  • Hairy Arms
    April 03, 2014 - 10:57

    More BLABBER from Premier Marshall. The Progressive Conservative party are in trouble and he was sent in to save it.. Promises of open government, merits of Muskrat Falls, more prosperous times ahead under this government, thats his message to the local Board of Trade. The truth is this government has had its chance. . Muskrat Falls secrets which will undoutedly lead to higher then normal electrical bills across this Island, 2013-14 deficit leading to large publie service lay offs and services cut to taxpayors to balance this mess. Oh, don't forget Kathy Dunderdale whom stated the power blackouts was not a crisis. I beg to differ. Very insensitive comment from her. I will not vote for this joke government anymore.They will say and do anything to get elected. VOTERS BEWARE. They hurt Newfoundlanders and Labradorians once they will do it again. I hope voteres have the wisdom to see through the attempt by the Consevatives to once more get elected. You cannot change the spots on a leopard. Thats my rant.