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NLFL calls on Airport authority to return to the table and negotiateTuesday, December 4th 2012

Newfoundland and Labrador Federation of Labour (NLFL) President Lana Payne is calling on the St. John’s Airport Authority to stop negotiating in public and through the media and return to the real bargaining table and negotiate.  Download the press release here.

NLFL Submits its Brief to the Provincial Government’s Minimum Wage Review PanelFriday, October 19th 2012

NLFL president Lana Payne recently presented labour's recomendations to the Minimum Wage Review Panel.  Click here to download the NLFL's written submission.  You can download the presentation here.

NL Federation of Labour cancels annual convention in solidarity with striking airport workersThursday, September 27th 2012

In solidarity with striking St. John’s International Airport Authority workers, the Newfoundland and Labrador Federation of Labour (NLFL) has voted to cancel its fall policy convention that had been scheduled for St. John’s in a month’s time.  Download the press release here.

NLFL President's Labour Day Press ReleaseFriday, August 31st 2012

This Labour Day, the Newfoundland and Labrador labour movement is standing up for fairness for the next generation of workers, says NLFL President Lana Payne.  Click here to read her full press release.

NLFL President's Labour Day 2012 MessageFriday, August 31st 2012

Be the change you want to see in the world.  We will do this by fighting back for the next generation of workers, says NLFL President Lana Payne, because a better world is possible.  Click here to read her Labour Day Message

Better Protection for Lone WorkersTuesday, July 31st 2012

Lana Payne, NLFL President, is calling on the provincial government to implement an inspection blitz targeting retail workplaces where workers are likely to be working alone. Click here to read the full press release.

NLFL Gives Labour Law Changes a Mixed Review.Wednesday, June 20th 2012

NLFL President Lana Payne is giving the provincial goverment's changes to labour law a mixed review. Click here to read full press release.