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Join the ONTC unionized employees for rally in Sudbury this Friday

Thursday, October 04, 2012   by: Kate AdamsONTC GCA News Release
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Representatives from the General Chairperson’s Association (GCA) which represents all unionized employees at Ontario Northland (ONTC) will be heading to Sudbury on Friday October 5, 2012 to attend a rally outside the Ministry of Northern Development and Mines offices 159 Cedar Street at 10:30 a.m. to demand for a New Deal for Ontario Northland and that passenger rail service be restored.

“Anyone wishing to attend is welcome to join us in Sudbury. The purpose of the rally is to continue our call for the return of passenger train service and secondly to demand that the McGuinty Liberals finally listen to Northerners demanding that stakeholders be allowed the opportunity to develop a new deal to keep all the services the ONTC provides in public hands.” said GCA spokesperson Brian Kelly.

“We have sent Northern Development Minister Rick Bartolucci a letter requesting a meeting with him to reinforce the North’s demand for a new deal. Hopefully he will find time in his busy schedule to hear what Northerners are really saying,” concluded Kelly.

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I am Canadian 10/4/2012 1:00:49 PM Report

Good luck.
1993cobra 10/4/2012 7:10:54 PM Report

More kicking of a dead dog,and also to demand anything from our government such as this is a hopeless battle,but just the same best of luck,but on a serious note, i think you'd have better luck winning lotto 649.
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