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As he retires, Frank Morrissey, a water worker in Toronto and CUPE 416 activist, is concerned about the impact of cuts to staffing and preventive maintenance on the city’s water systems. Proud of the work he does – and the high quality of Toronto’s tap water – Morrissey is hopeful the new mayor, David Miller, will help turn things around. In this colourful profile in The National Post, Frank brings a reporter on a tour of the Ashbridges Bay treatment plant – and demonstrates yet again the dedication to public service that motivates so many CUPE members.