United Way Labour Breakfast
Hosted by North Bay Labour, local union and community members enjoyed a breakfast in support of the United Way campaign at the Best Western on October 13. Labour Council donated $1000 with the help of the breakfast proceeds at the 3rd Annual Labour Breakfast in support of the United Way.
The breakfast heard from the local United Way board chair, Guy Fortin, and Erika Lougheed, Nipissing and Parry Sound Navigator. Larry Rousseau, the CLC Executive Vice-President, visited as well to bring greetings from the CLC and to stress the importance of a nationalized pharmacare plan. The special guest was Megan Johnson, Program Coordinator of PADDLE, a local non-profit program designed to provide special needs adults with quality daytime programming.