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When Ex-Power Boss Louis Comeau Heated His Home With Home Heating Oil

Jan 5, 2018 | Business

By Andrew Macdonald

One does not gaze into a rearview mirror too long in case you go off the road, but as my news career turns 30, I found myself over the holidays looking back at my early cub reporting days in Port Hawkesbury.

In 1989, at my first job at CIGO radio station, I earned the handsome sum

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