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January 28, 2010

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Protest to highlight Gov’t attack on labour rights

BURNABY—The Canadian Union of Public Employees is holding a public protest tomorrow (Friday) at BC Liberal MLA Harry Bloy’s office to call the provincial government to account for its attack on collective bargaining rights through Bill 21.

WHAT: Protest of BC Liberal labour policy, Bill 21 and the attack on free collective bargaining rights

WHEN: Friday, January 29, at 12 noon

WHERE: Burnaby-Lougheed MLA Harry Bloy’s Office, #220-3355 North Road, Burnaby (at Como Lake)

CONTACT: Susan Zander, CUPE Community Organizer: 604.838.5538

               Dan Gawthrop, CUPE Communications: 604.999.6132

 

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