Burgers and conversation

The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) wants to talk to people about security in the health care system, and their concerns that the provincial government would like to privatize the service, as the service is currently under review. To engage people and have a chance to talk on the subject, they  hosted a barbecue in City Centre Park on Sept. 13, with Sam Mysko and Larry Wiens cooking up burgers. They hoped that after enjoying their lunch, they would go across the street to see Yorkton MLA Greg Ottenbreit about their concerns, said Tom Graham with CUPE.

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