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April 23, 2007
LIUNA’s ad campaign on Windsor radio
The Labourers’ Union (LIUNA) will be taking to the airwaves in Windsor after the Windsor Star refused to run its full-page advertisement challenging the leadership of the Canadian Auto Workers to stop funding a raid on Toronto-based LIUNA Local 183.
“We sent the Star the ad on Monday, April 9, three days in advance of publication, so they had plenty of time to review it,” says Joseph Mancinelli, LIUNA’s director of Central and Eastern Canada and an International Vice President. The ad ran in several dailies last week.
The union is now using radio advertising in Windsor to get the word out about the refused ad and to send listeners to the website to learn the whole story behind the CAW’s million dollar funding of former LIUNA Local 183 Business Manager Tony Dionisio’s attempts to raid his former union.
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