United Steelworkers of America~~~Local 9129

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Here is the summary report of Fracflow Consultants Inc. of December 14, 1997.
The full report will follow soon!

This is the Potash Company of Saskatchewan press release from December 23, 1997.

A rally was held
at the Potacan Potash Company
mine site on Thursday, November 13, 1997 at 1 p.m.
A Motorcade of approximately 100 vehicles left the Quality Inn at 12:00 noon and drove through the town of Sussex and then proceeded to the mine site. Approximately 200 people attended the rally that started at 1:00 p.m. The Speakers were:
Tom Harris ~ U.S.W.A. 9129 president.
Pastor Alan Gallant
Leroy Armstrong ~ Liberal M.L.A.
Ray Larken ~ Union Lawyer
Pat Riley ~ New Democratic Party
Lawrence McBrearty ~ National Director - United Steelworkers of America Elizabeth Weir ~ New Brunswick New Democratic Party Leader

The U.S.W.A local 9129 would like to thank the U.S.W.A. locals from Bathurst and Beldune for their support at the rally and also the Chemical,Energy and Paperworkers Union for their kind support.

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Here is an article printed in Kings County Record
November 11, 1997

Here are some of the things being left Underground While the mine is flooding !

Many oils, such as 30 wt. oil, hydraulic and transmission oils.

Brand new pumps waiting to be set up....never used!

Mining equipment~ Still in working order. (Marietta Miner)


There are alternatives to letting the mine flood and wasting the province's natural resource!!!

For the latest updates call (506)433-6719 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              (506)433-6719      end_of_the_skype_highlighting. This is a hotline set up by USWA local 9129 to help keep the members and the public more informed. If you have any information you can leave a message, or just listen to the message for the latest update.

An updated list of the Union Executive as of January 9th, 1998.

E~mail your local if you have any information or have any questions

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Last updated on January 13, 1998 at 02:20 AM