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Welcoming more immigrants to N.L.

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It’s not just the right thing to do — it’s also the smart thing to do.

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“We can mobilize”: N.L. Human Rights Chair after Quebec mosque shootings

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Solidarity actions with Muslim Canadians being organized in St. John’s and cities across Canada on Friday.

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#GoIndy2015: Love for the critical approach; call for immigrant related articles

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Debora Scatena loves The Independent’s approach. In this video, she talks about issues The Independent covers that other media outlets neglect, while calling for more coverage of one very important topic.

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Dissimilar Assimilation [Dubai]

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It’s one thing to be a resident of Dubai, but another, impossible thing to fully assimilate.

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‘Bricks and stones’, or ‘Love alone’?

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What makes a place – a house, a city, a country – truly a home?

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Population growth and “scary” demographics

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We’re losing young people, our population is aging, and many, including the premier, are concerned about the future of our province. Here’s a look at some numbers and a suggestion on how to address the problem.

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Our home and Native land

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A friendly little warning…

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Something awful this way comes

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In the face of mounting evidence about exploitation of foreign workers, it’s time for our provincial government to take concrete action

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“St. John’s Women” on feminism, religion, children and life

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Local artist uses documentary filmmaking and dance to get to the heart of the matter for women living in St. John’s.

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Temporary foreign workers: a growing reality. But is it the right one?

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How immigration policy is increasingly being used by governments and businesses to address labour market needs, and the debates these policies have given rise to.

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