Labrador Morning | Dec 13, 2012 | 5:04

Small gift..Big lift. - IOC Employees doing their part

The employees of the Iron ore company of Canada are known for their generosity to the community, especially at Christmas time. For a number of years they have collected tons of food for the local food bank and raised thousands of dollars for the Ministerial Association as well. This year, the workers have taken on a number of smaller projects that will make a big difference for many people. To find out more about these efforts Labrador Morning's Mike Power spoke with Heather Bruce-Veitch, manager of external relations with IOC.

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