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by Daily Commercial News last update:Jul 17, 2006

Michael Hurley, president of the Ontario Council of Hospital Unions (CUPE), and Steve Palmer, president of CUPE 1097, made the request in a statement released last week.

The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) is urging the St. Catharines community to vote in an upcoming plebiscite to keep hospitals public.

Michael Hurley, president of the Ontario Council of Hospital Unions (CUPE), and Steve Palmer, president of CUPE 1097, made the request in a statement released last week.

“It’s important for all the people who support a fully public health care system to vote in the plebiscite,” said Palmer. “This way, the voices of the people in our community will have to be recognized by the provincial government, which is pushing private P3 hospitals, including right here in St. Catharines.”

The plebiscite is scheduled for June 25.

— DCN Staff

last update:Jul 17, 2006

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