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Cindy Day, the region’s most recognizable meteorologist, has joined the SaltWire Network as its chief meteorologist. She becomes one of the few weather-people on the continent working exclusively for a newspaper organization. The Casket is one of the 35 properties in the network. SaltWire photo

By joining the SaltWire Network as its chief meteorologist, Cindy Day becomes one of the few weather-people on the continent working exclusively for a newspaper organization. “It was time for a change,” she says of her decision to leave CTV Atlantic, where she had worked for a decade. “Time to bring on some new challenges.” But, the truth is, that the region’s most recognizable meteorologist is used to breaking new [...]

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