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CAS and CUPE trade statements about injunction

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CUPE Local 2049 is not happy about statements made by the Children’s Aid Society.
In a statement released earlier in the week CUPE Local 2049 President Debbie Hill said the statements made by the Children’s Aid Society of Parry Sound and Nipissing are untrue and irresponsible.
According to Hill the executive director of the CAS made claims that a court injunction was put in place due to misconduct from the picketing workers.
CUPE says the injunction was not because of misbehaviour, but a negotiated picket protocol.
CAS director Gisele Hebert responded by saying that Children’s Aid was pleased with the injunction, and that there needs to be serious grounds for an injunction to be awarded.
Children’s Aid employees have been locked out of work since December.
Both sides meet again this Thursday.

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