Post Debate Need a Source - Party leaders talk economy but are deaf to labour voice says Alex Dagg, Executive Vice-President and Canadian Co-Director, UNITE HERE



    TORONTO, Oct. 2 /CNW/ - Alex Dagg, head of UNITE HERE, has been speaking
to political caucuses and business conference about why unions are critical to
today's economy and why they are good for business.
    Recently she has made her position known as a panelist in an economic
session John Tory held at Queen's Park and provided her views at the Ontario
Economic Summit (OES) on current labour concerns, addressing how they impact
today's economy.
    A keen observer of political campaigns, Alex can identify how the party
leaders missed an opportunity to speak directly to the concerns of working
people, especially those working for minimum or just better than minimum
wages. She has plenty of evidence to back up her position that unions are good
for business. With only days left before Canadians vote, Alex can speak to the
kind of message that could tip the balance for one of the party leaders.
    If you would like to speak with Alex regarding her views on economy in
relation to the upcoming federal election please contact:

    
    Stephanie Bell
    Media Profile
    416-504-8464 ext. 300
    Stephanie@mediaprofile.com
    




For further information:

For further information: Stephanie Bell, Media Profile, (416) 504-8464
ext. 300, Stephanie@mediaprofile.com

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