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Paul Moist wrapped up a three day visit to health care workers in the Central Health Region in NL with a press conference and coffee break at the Grand Falls Windsor Hospital.

Members in locals 641 Twillingate, 1568 Baie Verte, and 990 Grand Falls-Windsor are campaigning to win a representation vote that will take place in the next two weeks.  

The government asked for a vote between CUPE and the Newfoundland Association of Public Employees (NAPE) so that only one union will represent General Support Services workers.  

Moist visited CUPE and NAPE members in six communities and met dozens of CUPE supporters.

CUPE activists here on the Rock are going above and beyond to win this one.  My sincere thanks goes to each and every one of them,” he said.