CALGARY, Sept. 4 /CNW/ - The following B-Roll is available by
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STORY SUMMARY: Guy Mallabone, Chairman WorldSkills Calgary 2009 speaks to
local and international media about WorldSkills Calgary 2009 and the
unfortunate death of a New Zealand Competitor's family member due to the H1N1
virus. He expresses the organization's regret and explains the flu prevention
precautions WorldSkills Calgary 2009 took leading up to and including the
"Alberta Health Services have reviewed our past and current actions, and
have told us that no further action is required at this time. They considered
the aggressive flu prevention program in place at WorldSkills Calgary 2009 as
appropriate", says Mallabone.
Guy Mallabone - Chair of the Board, WorldSkills Calgary 2009
Peter Spencer - Chief Executive Officer, WorldSkills New Zealand
Handwashing/Sanitizing Stations at WorldSkills
Generic WorldSkills Crowd Shots
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TIME OF POSTING: available now
DATE OF POSTING: September 4, 2009
More video from today's WorldSkills events is available here:
Footage includes: Clip - Dave Vladars, Sponsorship Director, WorldSkills
Calgary 2009; Clip - Dave Bronconnier, Mayor, City of Calgary; B-Roll -
Competitors using various equipment; B-Roll - WSC Competition Highlights
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