Media advisory - Mayor David Miller will make keynote address at 2007 CUPE National Convention



    OTTAWA, Oct. 12 /CNW Telbec/ -

    WHO: Toronto Mayor David Miller

    In one of his first speeches since the provincial election, Toronto Mayor
    David Miller will address over 2,000 delegates to the 2007 CUPE National
    Convention.

    WHAT: Miller is expected to discuss the problems of under-funding for
    municipalities across country, particularly in light The Federation of
    Canadian Municipalities stated concern of the growing infrastructure
    gap - hovering at around $60 billion. Other issues he may address are
    social services, education and health care.

    WHERE: Metro Convention Centre, South Building, Level 800

    (Media representatives please report to media office, room 704 -
    level 700, south building, for media accreditation.)

    WHEN: Monday, October 15 at 9:30 a.m.




For further information:

For further information: and to arrange a press pass please contact:
Wendy Forbes, CUPE Communications, (416) 892-8716; Sébastien Goulet, CUPE
Communications, (613) 808-0675; Hélène Bélanger, CUPE Communications, (416)
893-7458

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