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Former NEB member Colleen Jordan will be recognized Friday as the 2005 Grace Hartman Award winner, an honour created at the 1999 convention to celebrate the leadership role of CUPE’s first woman president.

Jordan, who recently retired as CUPE BC secretary-treasurer, was chosen over five other women activists for her life-long activism as a social justice advocate, especially on behalf of women.

The former president of CUPE 379 (Burnaby schools) is now a Burnaby city councillor.