Violence at Home: The series, the aftermath

Inspired by a speech from RNC Chief Bob Johnson, reporter Tara Bradbury embarked on an indepth study of domestic violence and the ways our society reacts to it. From the series, Violence at Home, which ran in The Telegram Dec. 16, 17 and 19, came the Warm Hearts campaign, Stars for Warm Hearts benefit concert, the collection of some 2,672 pieces of clothing and more than $10,000 for Iris Kirby House.

Violence at Home: The series, the aftermath
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yo mama
- October 27, 2016
- 19 h 00

I cannot fathom how any man could raise his hand to a woman or child.....god bless you all.

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Protests against Muskrat Falls project October 20, 2016

The Muskrat Falls hydro project in Labrador has been the topic of a lot of recent discussion, with protests led by indigenous leaders and supporters over possible methyl mercury contamination of the Lake Melville and Churchill River ecosystem, caused by the massive hydroelectric dam.
Here is a collection of stories about the project and the protests.

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Indigenous leaders Todd Russell, Anastasia Qupee and Johannes Lampe speak to media alongside Premier Dwight Ball in the middle of the night, following a 10-hour negotiating session to find a compromise on environmental contamination associated with the Muskrat Falls project.
Tragedy in France July 15, 2016

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Watching Canada Post July 06, 2016

As labour talks break down at Canada Post, the possibility of closed offices and delayed deliveries looms. TC Media has been following the story from the start. Here are some of the stories we have filed. Check back to stay up to date.

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