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Last Saturday's retirees Christmas Lunch was a great success, the food was marvelous and the companionship and conversation was engaging!
Our first Christmas Lunch was a great success. A good time was had by all attendees and the food was fabulous!
Rally At Queen’s Park Protests Proposed Health Care Changes
More than 3,000 people, including dozens of Londoners, have rallied in front of Queen’s Park to protest proposed changes to the province’s health care system. The demonstration, which began at noon on Friday, is in response to concerns the province is looking at contracting hospital services out to private clinics. .
The Congress of Union Retirees of Canada conducts pre-retirement courses in a number of centres for small groups of about 20 people who want to learn more about retirement.
This month congratulations go out to Caspar & Susie Vanderhelm celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary.
In one year, UNIFOR has established itself as a force to be reckoned with and a dynamic presence in defending workers' rights and seeking equality for all Canadians.
Join Irene Mathyssen at Saffron`s for a Elegant four course dinner and help support her in her re-election campaign.
The retiree’s executive coordinated with the CURC executive to set up a yearly information booth in the Western Fair Progress building. It was well received and it was wet, London was half drowned that day with torrential downpours!
A year from today, Canada could be in the throes of a federal election. Stephen Harper’s Conservatives have already started laying the groundwork for their re-election campaign, and two important themes are emerging: jobs and the economy.
A key battleground will be Ontario. Our province is vital to Harper’s re-election plans, because it sent plenty of Conservative MPs to Ottawa last time around – enough to give Harper a majority government, despite the fact that the Conservatives flopped completely in Quebec.