Napanee Interval House employees reject latest contract offer

Workers with a women's shelter in Napanee, Ont. have voted unanimously to reject their employer's recent contract offer. The workers have been on strike for a month.
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Canada Post unveils stamp honouring jazz legend Eleanor Collins
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1 dead in parking lot shooting in Toronto, homicide unit investigating
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SIU investigating police-involved shooting that left man dead
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Martyrs’ Shrine moves forward with ‘story of relationships’ message as it readies to reopen
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One man dead, another seriously injured in separate North York shootings
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Raptors play another one that was fun to watch, and got a win as an added bonus
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Karl Lohnes: 10 ways to be better to yourself at bath time
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What Jordan Peterson’s outdated argument shows us about meritocracy
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Ottawa had four waves of COVID-19 to get ready for Omicron. What happened?
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Hijab ban divides younger voters from boomers
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Baltic nations to ship Washington-endorsed arms to Ukraine
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Today’s coronavirus news: Omicron may be peaking but COVID-19 isn’t done with us just yet: Tam; Booster shots needed against Omicron, CDC studies show
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Ottawa beacon, pipe bands, town criers to mark Queen's Platinum Jubilee
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Canada to celebrate Queen’s Platinum Jubilee with town criers, pipe bands
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Hey, Ottawa, you made a mistake. The least you can do is own it
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Microsoft’s $68-billion bid to become the Netflix of gaming
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Man, 25, brings himself to hospital after being shot multiple times in Montreal North
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Yemen: At least 82 detainees killed in airstrike on Houthi-run prison
The airstrike in northern Saada province Friday was part of an intense air and ground offensive that marked an escalation in Yemen's yearslong civil war.
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Star story on Ryerson’s law school needed additional context
More details about the school’s efforts on inclusion and diversity were needed in an article about a student’s complaint of racial discrimination.
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