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Wednesday’s event at TMT headquarters was timed to coincide with a meeting that included a group of officials from Canada, one of the countries funding the TMT, and representatives of Caltech, another key partner in the project, the Weekly reported.
Meanwhile, protests continue on the islands, and the Office of Hawaiian Affairs has scheduled a special Board of Directors meeting for Thursday at 10 a.m. to discuss its evolving position on the TMT project.
A sign at a University of Hawaii, Manoa, protest on April 13.
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