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(Halifax) - CUPE health care workers are giving Nova Scotians a chance to make democracy more than a spectator sport. Theyre asking citizens of this province to commit an act of democracy by voting on Bill 68.

Citizens can vote by logging on to our web site www.yourvote.ca. Or, they can go to polling places which health care workers will set up around the province this Sunday, June 24 and put a ballot in a box.

**(Attention Photo/Assignment Editors) CUPE health care workers, in their uniforms, will be setting up ballot boxes in the following locations:

  • New Glasgow Highland Square Mall Flea Market, starting at 7:00 a.m.
  • Sydney Mayflower Mall Flea Market, between 12:00 and 2:00 p.m.
  • Sydney Sydney Shopping Centre Flea Market, between 12:00 and 2:00 p.m.

For more information contact:
John McCracken, CUPE Communications Representative
(902) 222-8457 (Cell)
New Glasgow
Wayne Thomas, CUPE National Rep.
(902) 759-1057 (Cell)
Jacquie Bramwell, CUPE National Rep.
(902) 565-9736 (Cell)