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For immediate release 

Toronto – The federal food inspectors union will make an important announcement concerning the state of meat inspection in Ontario tomorrow.

When: 11:00 am. Tuesday, July 28

Where:  The Lakeview Terrace,  Westin Harbour Castle Hotel,  1 Harbour Square

Who:

  • Bob Kingston, President of the Agriculture Union – PSAC
  • Rob MacDonald, Agriculture Union Regional VP for Southern Ontario

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For information:

Jim Thompson
613-447-9592
jim@foodsafetyfirst.ca

www.FoodSafetyFirst.ca