Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Moose Jaw Times-Herald: COPE 397 rallies residents to say no to privatization

Union holds meeting to oppose potential privatization of Crowns in Moose Jaw Monday

Crystal Schick/Times-Herald

Kim Wilson, president of COPE 397
By Lisa Goudy

Saskatchewan union COPE 397 held a town hall meeting in Moose Jaw Monday night in an attempt to rally residents in opposition to the potential privatization of Crown corporations across the province.

“The message is to stand up for your Crowns and stop privatization,” said Kim Wilson, president of COPE (Canadian Office and Professional Employees Union) 397, who spoke with the Times-Herald ahead of the town hall.

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