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(Gander) – The national president of the Canadian Union of Public Employees, Paul Moist, will be visiting Central Newfoundland next week.

Moist will be visiting CUPE locals in the region who are involved in the union representation votes at the Central Health Authority.

Moist will be arriving in Gander Sunday evening, March 15 and will be traveling throughout the region through to Wednesday, March 18.

CUPE is Canada’s largest union with 580,000 members from coast to coast.  It is also the country’s largest health care union with over 200,000 health care workers from coast to coast.

Some 1,700 health services workers at Central are choosing between CUPE and NAPE for union representation.