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The 16 CUPE workers in the township of Bonfield, (just outside North Bay) are locked out by the municipality. A rally organized by the OFL was set up on October 5, 2013 to show support and solidarity toward this unfairness. Mine Mill 598/Unifor along with other Unifor locals, different other Unions and our national Office with Katha Fortier (the Ontario Regional director) gave speeches and showed real solidarity in an effort to force the municipality of Bonfield back to the table with those 16 workers.
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Richard Paquin - Mine Mill Local 598 President
Six minutes of care not enough - March 2018

This is a systemic issue and it has to get addressed. There are so many people at the money trough, the health-care envelope. That's what happens in the morning. That's approximately what the PSWs (personal support workers) have: about six minutes. It's appalling. They (facilities) are doing it and people know about it.