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Richmond front-line health care workers who are members of the Hospital Employees’ Union (CUPE) will be at an event tomorrow morning to welcome Premier Campbell with a wake-up call about the impact that his tax breaks and cuts to health, education and public services are having on most British Columbians. The premier will be speaking at a breakfast function at the Vancouver Airport Conference Centre, 10251 St. Edwards Drive in Richmond.

  • What:
    Wake-up call on the impact of tax breaks and cuts to health, education and other public services
  • When:
    6:45 a.m.
    Wednesday, February 20, 2002
  • Where:
    Vancouver Airport Conference Centre
    10251 St. Edwards Drive, Richmond

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For further information, please contact:
Margi Blamey, communications officer, 604-785-5324 (cell)