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Latest anti-austerity protests “only the beginning”

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Saturday’s “NL Rising” protest in St. John’s was more than just a warning from the unions. It was a show of solidarity with an explicit message for the Liberal government.

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More protests planned as City responds to budget backlash

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City of St. John’s finance committee chair says council will consider taking grant money from other sectors to reinstate its arts investment, but residents say that’s not good enough.

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Should we raise the Minimum Wage?

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There are good reasons to raise the minimum wage, and good reasons to explore other options. What’s your take?

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It was the best of times, it was the worst of times

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Amidst mounting tension on Confederation Hill and throughout the province, the Dunderdale administration is seeing the backlash to its own austerity program. Current efforts to manage dissent are being met with growing resistance. In whose hands does the future of Newfoundland and Labrador reside?

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Dollars and Cents

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A look at the increasingly polarized debate between business and labour about how best to attract and retain workers in the province.

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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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Prosperity: an unlikely challenge

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Public panel examines Newfoundland and Labrador’s ‘prosperity’: is it coming, going, or slipping through our fingers?

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