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Unifor Local 707- Cancellations-March 30th, 2020

Brothers and Sisters,

With the numbers of those with COVID-19 in Ontario continuing to increase, under a province declared state of emergency the premier has further reduced the banning of public events from those over 50 people to no gatherings in groups of more than five people.

With this in mind, your Local Executive Board has considered and reviewed the risk and the needs of the membership, especially for our Retiree’s. As a result we have canceled the following events:

  •  Retiree/Membership Euchre Tournaments for the month of April
  • Wednesday, April 8th,– Retiree Chapter Membership Meeting at 10:00am at the Union Hall
  • Sunday, April 19th, – General Membership meeting at 10:00am at the Union Hall
  •  Tai-Chi classes for Retiree’s have been canceled for the month of April
  • April 25th, Retiree Dinner Dance

In Solidarity,

 

Unifor Local 707, Executive Board

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