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ST. JOHN’S, NL – In a show of solidarity, 250 members of the Newfoundland and Labrador Nurses Union will be on the picket line at St. John’s Airport from at 12:45 p.m. (NDT) on Thursday, November 8.
DARTMOUTH, NS, OCT 10, 2012 – Members of Parliament Robert Chisholm and Megan Leslie have backed a coalition fighting the closure of Parks Canada’s Regional Archeological Facility in Dartmouth. The MPs will tour the federal lab Friday morning and be available to media for comment directly afterwards alongside representatives from labour and Maritime Aboriginal Peoples and Acadian communities.
INGONISH, NS– Union leaders and a local Member of Parliament joined members of the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) from Cape Breton and beyond and the community of Ingonish today at an event aimed at stopping the privatization of Highlands Links. Almost 200 people gathered at the Ingonish Fire Hall to send a message to Ottawa.
INGONISH, NS – Union leaders and a local Member of Parliament will join members of the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) and the community of Ingonish on Saturday at an event aimed at stopping the privatization of Highlands Links.
Let’s be honest. The sea will always be an integral part of our heritage in Newfoundland and Labrador, but in today’s world, the air is how most of us travel to and from our beautiful island home.
The following text is from an article featured on the VOCM website:
The Public Service Alliance of Canada says it is willing to go back to the table at any time to resolve a labour dispute at St. John's International Airport. Yesterday the Airport Authority accused the union of not being willing to negotiate, and of making reckless statements. Union spokesperson Chris Bussey says they're willing to sit down with the Airport Authority at any time.
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