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TMCNet:  Media Advisory/Workers facing unprecedented challenges: CUPE National President Paul Moist in Edmonton for National tour

[January 30, 2013]

Media Advisory/Workers facing unprecedented challenges: CUPE National President Paul Moist in Edmonton for National tour

EDMONTON, ALBERTA, Jan 30, 2013 (Marketwire via COMTEX) -- The National President of the Canadian Union of Public Employees, Paul Moist, arrives in Edmonton to meet with workers to discuss the challenges facing the labour movement. This visit is part of a national tour with the Canadian Labour Congress to discuss how labour councils can adapt to the changing political environment.

WHO: CUPE national president, Paul Moist.

WHAT: Moist is available for interviews with local media on issues of both national and local scope, including CUPE's perspective on Alberta budget challenge and reports of cutbacks to public services.

WHEN: January 30-Feb 1 WHERE: Moist is available on the phone and limited in studio interviews FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Tria Donaldson Senior Communications Officer (613) 915-0763 tdonaldson@cupe.ca SOURCE: Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE)

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