Gas down about a cent in N.L.
Gas is down 1.2 cents per litre (CPL) as the Public Utilities Board has set the weekly maximum prices for all regulated petroleum products, except where the adjustments have been suspended for the winter months.
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The Newfoundland and Labrador Teachers' Association (NLTA) has a new executive.
The provincial executive council was elected today (Thursday) at the biennial general meeting.
The executive for 2017-19 include: Bill Chaisson (Corner Brook), Maureen Doyle-Gillingham (Ochre Pit Cove), Derek Drover (Gaultois), Craig Hicks (Carmanville), Kelly Loch (Victoria), Donna Reddick (Conception Bay South), Gabriel Ryan (St. Joseph’s/St. Mary’s Bay), Joseph Santos (Conception Bay South), Colin Short (Port aux Basques) and Chesley West (Paradise).
The president and vice-president were elected through a province-wide vote in December.
Dean Ingram of Clarenville is NLTA president for 2017-19. He begins his term on Aug.1. Trent Langdon of Mount Pearl is the new vice-president.