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CUPE’s national president talked through pouring rain at a Labour Day event in Kenora, Ontario.

Moist criticized the federal government’s record on child care, softwood lumber, the Kelowna Accord and the Kyoto protocol.

Moist also went after Ontario premier Premier Dalton McGuinty’s so called committment to education.

Results are still pending on how Moist fared in the potato sack race.