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MessageSujet: CEP LOCAL 10-B   Dim 16 Nov 2008 - 6:35

BOYCOTT PETRO-CANADA IN SUPPORT OF LOCKED-OUT
MONTREAL WORKERS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Kamloops
Members of Canada’s
largest energy workers’ union are picketing selected Petro-Canada gas stations
today in support of locked-out workers at the Montreal
refinery.

Petro-Canada locked
out 260 workers of the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union (CEP) on November 17, 2007,
refusing to give them the same contract it has already agreed to with its
workers in other provinces.

To mark the first
year of the lock-out, CEP has declared today a National Day of Action and urges
motorists to boycott Petro-Canada gas stations until the end of the lock-out.

An information
picket line will go up today at :

(When): Friday November 21, 2008 from 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

(Where):The Petro-Canada station at Sydney Ave and Fortune Drive, North Kamloops

"With record
profits, this lock-out is not about money", says CEP President Dave Coles.
"This is an attempt to break the union – in particular of pattern
bargaining in the energy sector. "

Over the last year,
Petro-Canada has been found guilty of operating using illegal scabs, of
intimidating and threatening workers and of ignoring orders to return to the
bargaining table and negotiate in good faith.

"Running a
refinery on a skeleton staff, who are working extremely long hours is a recipe
for disaster", says Dave Coles. The Quebec Ministry
of the Environment, the Workers Health and Safety Commission and the City of Montreal have
launched inquiries about disturbing safety and environmental incidents.

The Canadian Labour
Congress and the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada have
called for a national boycott campaign of Petro-Canada until the company ends
the lockout.

"We will stand
by our 260 colleagues for as long as it takes" says CEP Local 10-B
President Rene Pellerin . "We hope
for a fair settlement soon.

Attention All
Local 10-B members. This Boycott in support of our 260 Sisters and Brothers at
CEP Local 175 Montreal Refinery Petro-Canada has reached a critical point. This
employer has locked these members out for what is now 12 months, 52 pay periods
and is operating the plant with Managers and replacement workers"
SCABS".] Please show your Support and Solidarity[ for CEP Local 175 and attend the rally at the Petrocanada
station at Sydney Ave and Fortune Drive on Friday November 21, 2008 from 2:00 pm
to 6:00 pm

Pampered
Robert
Kovac

From CEP Local 1010
will be serving up Smokie's and a Pop at a minimum donation of $3.50 to the CEP
Local 175 Strike Fund.You have never had a Smokie until you have tried a
Kovac Smokie

Mmmmmmmmmmmmm!!!

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JE N'OUBLIERAI JAMAIS
17 NOVEMBRE 2007
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