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An ar­ti­cle head­lined “North Shore vol­un­teer group meet­ing more like a wake” that was pub­lished in the May 12, 2014 print edi­tion of The Com­pass, and pub­lished on­line at http://www.cb­n­com­, is in need of clar­i­fi­ca­tion. When asked to ex­plain why the North Shore De­vel­op­ment As­so­ci­a­tion had dis­solved, Ray John­son is quoted as say­ing that the clo­sure of three seafood pro­cess­ing plants in Con­cep­tion Bay North was a fac­tor. This is in­cor­rect. John­son was, in fact, com­ment­ing on how im­por­tant that plants in Old Per­li­can and Bay de Verde are to the area’s econ­omy and fu­ture vi­a­bil­ity. The story also con­tained sev­eral spell­ing and edit­ing er­rors. The Com­pass apol­o­gizes for these er­rors, and any in­con­ve­nience or em­bar­rass­ment they may have caused.

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