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ACNL has two unfurnished one bedroom apartments for rent, available for occupancy on September 1, 2014.

More details can be found on our website
http://www.acnl.net/blog/apartments-rent


Apartments for rent
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AIDS Committee of Newfoundland & LabradorTommy Sexton Centre Affordable HIV...

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Number of hepatitis C cases rising in province

David Jones wants people to know their status.He’s not talking about the “what’s on your mind?” question posed by Facebook profiles.Jones is the harm reduction manager with the AIDS Committee of Newfoundland and Labrador in Corner Brook and one of the...

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Come join us for a free BBQ to recognize World Hepatitis day today, July 28th, in Stephenville. The event will be hosted on Main Street in front of Home Hardware between 11:00AM - 2:00PM.
Everyone is welcome, we hope to see you there!


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Come join us in recognizing World Hepatitis Day in Corner Brook!


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We would like to take this time to send our thoughts out to all passengers of flight MH17
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We would like to take this time to send our thoughts out to all passengers of flight MH17, their families, and their loved ones. The entire AIDS community is in mourning for the loss of the participants scheduled to attend the International AIDS Conference.
We will continue the work to eradicate HIV...

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The ACNL is a provincial organization committed to preventing the spread of HIV and Hepatitis C. ACNL works to support people living with and/or affected by HIV/AIDS or Hepatitis C.  ACNL advocates for change while networking on a provincial, regional, national, and international level regarding HIV/AIDS and Hepatitus C issues. This is in order to ensure the individual and collective right to nonjudgmental education and support, thus encouraging responsible decision-making and personal empowerment.