MEDIA ADVISORY

Looking for A Turnaround

Media Advisory, October 25, 2017

Regina – SEIU-West members and their president, Barbara Cape, will be attending the opening of the Legislative Assembly on October 25, 2017.

“Our members have been working hard to get meetings with their MLAs over the summer, and participating in demonstrations, so it will be interesting to see if their messages have been heard,” said Barbara Cape, President of SEIU-West. “The actions our government takes in the coming months will speak to how much or how little they think of our members’ role in the public sector. That being said, we hope that our elected representatives are going to do what’s right for our communities. It is our priority to be at the opening of the fall sitting to hear the throne speech and get a sense of their agenda.”

SEIU-West members will proudly display their purple at the Rally to Reverse the Cuts taking place at 12:00 pm in front of the Legislature.

What: Opening of the Fall sitting of the Legislative Assembly &
Rally to Reverse the Cuts
Who:  Members of SEIU-West
Barbara Cape, President of SEIU-West
When: 12:00 pm
Barbara will be available for questions in the Rotunda after question period.
Where:  Legislative Building in Regina

SEIU-West represents more than 13,000 working people in the province of Saskatchewan. They include members who work in health care, education, municipalities, community-based organizations, retirement homes and other sectors. They are joined by one colour – purple – and one union – SEIU-West. Purple works in our communities! Visit www.PurpleWorks.ca to find out more about the members of SEIU-West.

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For more information, contact:
Christine Miller, Communications Coordinator
Phone: 306-652-1011 ext. 8733

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