Warning message

Please note that this page is from our archives. There may be more up-to-date content about this topic on our website. Use our search engine to find out.

CUPE National President Judy Darcy will address the Southern Alberta Council on Public Affairs on the assault to democracy from the privatization of public services. Prior to her speech, Ms. Darcy will be available to the media.

Thursday March 22 at 11:30 a.m.
(speech at 12:00 noon)

Sven Ericksens Family Restaurant
1715 Mayor Magrath Drive South
Lethbridge, Alberta

The threat of privatization in all its forms selling-off services, trading them away, PPPs and deregulation the threat is not just to jobs but to what we all treasure our understanding of Canadian democracy, says Judy Darcy. Her speech will touch on public-private partnerships, deregulation and international trade as growing threats to democratic rights and citizenship in Canada.


CUPE, Canadas largest union, represents 495,000 women and men working in health care, emergency services, education, municipalities, social services, libraries, utilities, transportation and airlines. For background on CUPEs national campaign against privatization visit cupe.ca

For information: Pam Beattie (613) 761-8796 (cellular)