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last year. Today, the 7 local leaders on stage, which also included grand-bay westfield hampton, the village of fundy, saint martins and the fundy rural district seem to be more comfortable in working together. We will attract businesses. And we look at those housing developments. The regional transportation in place and so forth. We need to high density in order to provide these amenities in the services to people. What a lot of folks have realized. I certainly for me. >> Is that we're not going to get there. And last for all. Speaking the same language, unless we're all advocating for the same things. And that means working together as a region for fundy rural district chair ray ridelle working together is critical. >> The district he represents isn't even connected. We are composed of a series of fragments. It's huge. It's absolutely huge and it's none continuous. >> Which is a real problem from the service point of view tourism, transportation and tax reforms were mentioned as topics the area should be working together on. >> With the provincial government for ctv news. St. John. >> A tentative agreement has now been ratified between the nova scotia teachers union and the provincial government. The majority of the 10,000 members voted in favour of the deal when compound interest is factored in. The contract gives teachers a salary increase of 11.4, 7% over 3 years retroactive to august first the province says the new agreement is about an investment in students and student outcomes. Last month, the union voted in favour of a strike mandate. Agreement in principle is reached shortly after. Still to come tonight, kalin mitchell will have your full maritime weather forecast. But up next, paperwork process. So the different >> You know, parts of every one of the program changes slightly every year. >> The ever changing process, making it challenging for some employers to retain foreign workers. That's after the Who, me? Announcer: She's brightening up ctv daytime... Welcome to the Good Stuff! Announcer: her own Mary way... It's a little thick and gloopy. Gloopy? That's a technical term that I've made up. Announcer: ...with good friends... It's so fun to be in Canada, it's like my second home. Announcer: ...good moments... (Gasping) ...and good times. Give me a high five! Do you love it? Oh my gosh, I love this. Announcer: The Good Stuff with Mary Berg. Join the fun. Announcer: Weekdays at 10:00, 9:00 Mountain on ctv. Here's three mouthwatering reasons to order the new loaded garlic fingers from Greco Pizza one Bacon Albino Ranch, two honey mustard, crisp brothers, smoked pepperoni and three tropical doner taste. All three today with our famous don't air sauce. 310, 30, 30. Come along with me for a much needed spa day. Looking your best costs less than you think. First, the staffrecommended a deep cleanse with Olympic deckcleaner. There were lots of Olympicshades to choose from. Luckily, Kent has stain testers to help find the perfect colour. Then it was time for the facial. It gave me thathealthy, radiant glow and long lasting coverage with a protective coat. Confidence level through the roof. Kent. Right products, rightsolutions, right here at home. The iwk Telethon is back.We'll hear from kids who rely onthe iwk for world Your generosity is life changingfor many Maritime families. The iwk TelethonJune 2nd live on ctv. The qeii Home Lottery final deadline is midnight Friday! Live lakeside in Glen Arbour with the 1.8 million dollar Grand Prize Showhome! Custom built by Stonewater Homes this walkout bungalow is over 4,400 square feet and is a perfect blend of modern styling and classic design. Four bedrooms and four baths makes hosting a breeze! Awarded Furnished and landscaped along with $50,000 cash! Hurry, absolute final deadline midnight Friday! Order now at The Big w Event is onnow at WorldWide Furniturewith winning savingsin every Shop wow-worthy sofasstarting at $799. Welcoming diningsets at up to $740 off and wildlycomfortable mattresses starting at only $479. Plus take 2 years to pay with24 months interest free payments.Find everyday furniture you'll love from pricesyou'll love even more. These wicked savings won't lastlong during the Big w Event. Atrium, Dartmouth,Bayers Lake, Halifax and online at (Upbeat instrumental music) >> In 60 seconds on 100 listen for your chance to play the $1000 minute.

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