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Incorrect information published in January issues

Incorrect information was published in the Tuesday, Jan. 7 and Thursday, Jan. 30 editions of the News Bulletin.

The story, entitled “More secondary suites proposed in regional district,” should have stated that home-based businesses are allowed on parcels of land more than 8,000 square metres in size, but face restrictions if located on smaller land parcels.

The story, entitled “Fisher jailed for selling illegal catch,” should have included the convicted man’s full name of Scott Stanley Matthew Steer.

The News Bulletin regrets the errors and any confusion they might have caused.

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