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November 26, 2009

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Bill 21 Protest Rally Saturday, Nov. 28 with CUPE BC president Barry O’Neill

NANAIMO—CUPE is holding a rally Saturday, Nov. 28 to protest repressive Bill 21 “back-to-work” legislation passed by the provincial government and calling for negotiation NOT legislation. The rally will take place at Diana Krall Plaza on Commercial Street starting at 11am.

WHERE: Diana Krall Plaza, Commercial Street, Nanaimo

WHEN: Saturday, Nov. 28 11am - 12 Noon

WHAT: Bill 21 rally with speakers Barry O’Neill (president of CUPE BC) and John Hosie from the Ambulance Paramedics of BC, CUPE 873.

Please bring donations for the Nanaimo Community Food Bank.


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