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OTTAWA CUPE National President Paul Moist will cheer on CUPE Manitoba members in their efforts to rebuild strong communities at their annual convention tomorrow, April 21, in Brandon, Manitoba.

Moist will encourage members in their ongoing fight against the privatization of public services by advocating public investment and public delivery in municipal infrastructure, child care and health care. CUPE will be gathering under the theme of Many Faces in Many Places.

CUPE believes that our communities can be made stronger and healthier through public investment, not through cutting taxes and reducing services.

  • WHO: CUPE National President Paul Moist at the CUPE Manitoba convention
  • WHEN: Thursday, April 21, 1:45 p.m.
  • WHERE: Keystone Centre, 1175 18th Street, Brandon

CUPE is Canada’s largest union with 540,000 women and men who provide public services. CUPE members work on the front lines of municipalities, community agencies, health care facilities, school boards and more.

Dennis Lewycky, CUPE Communications, cell (204) 223-6805
David Robbins, CUPE Communications, cell (613) 878-1431