Cupe.ca offers daily election coverage



    OTTAWA, Oct. 1 /CNW Telbec/ - The Canadian Union of Public Employees,
Canada's largest union, is providing its 570,000 members with daily web
coverage of the 2008 federal election.
    Cupe.ca analyzes important election issues with a progressive lens.
Visitors can expect a fresh take on key areas such as health care, the
environment, the economy, privatization and child care. Organizations who want
to learn more about key issues affecting the public sector labour force can
also download comprehensive issue sheets.

    Featured election articles include:

    Private clinics, public problems
    Why private clinics undermine health care

    Harper soft on white collar crime
    Harper has no problem jailing teens for life. Why can't he go after
    corporate fraudsters?

    EU trade talks: no secrecy
    Stephen Harper needs to let Canadians in on his Canada-EU trade plans -
    and make it an election issue

    Harper's economic record
    Harper is not the slick economic manager he'd like us to think he is

    "Building Canada" or tearing it down?
    Local infrastructure is falling apart. But are P3s the best solution?

    The real cost of contracting out
    How contracting-out hospital workers can lead to hospital infections -
    one of the most significant infectious disease challenges in Canada.




For further information:

For further information: Allison Gifford, CUPE Communications, (613)
484-2571 ext. 268

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