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Edmonton Budget restrictions and school based budgeting are hammering the quality of public education say education support workers in Edmonton, St. Albert and Leduc.

Representatives from five CUPE locals representing over 3,000 school board employees are scheduled to make presentations to Alberta’s Commission on Learning in Edmonton tomorrow.

Submission to Alberta Commission on Learning Consultations

Thursday November 14, 2002

Bonnie Oakley, CUPE Local 1099, 4:05-4:15 p.m.

Trudy Grebenstein, CUPE Local 3550, 4:20-4:30 p.m.

Doug Luellman, CUPE Local 474, 4:35-4:45 p.m.
Victoria School of Visual and Performing Arts
10210 -108 Ave, Edmonton

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CUPE is Canada’s largest union with over half a million women and men who provide public services. In Alberta, CUPE’s 31,000 members work in health care, municipalities, schools, colleges, universities, libraries, emergency medical services, social services and casinos. Visit our CUPE websites for more information www.cupe.ca and www.cupealberta.ab.ca

For further information:
Pam Beattie CUPE Communications
(780) 484-7644 or (780) 288-1230 (cellular)