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Newfoundland and Labrador Federation of Labour

Great expectations

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Opportunities and challenges alike lie ahead for young workers in Newfoundland and Labrador

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NL unions vow “fairness for all” fight in lead up to 2015 elections

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Members of the province’s labour movement gathered in St. John’s last week to discuss their mandate and strategy for ramping up efforts to achieve social and economic justice in Newfoundland and Labrador. Union leaders say political activism will be a key part of their fight.

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Unions, political action, and fairness for everyone

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The NL Federation of Labour is holding a political action conference later this month, and there’s a lot on the agenda

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Unions: The folks who brought you the weekend – and so much more!

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A Labour Day message from the Newfoundland and Labrador Federation of Labour

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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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Supply & Demand: The politics of Newfoundland and Labrador’s labour ‘shortage’

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Part 1: “There’s always work…but nobody willing to hire”

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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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