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With Labor Day approaching this weekend MLA and Labor Critic Tom Lindsey says first the government froze the minimum wage and also made it harder to join a union making it harder to get ahead as a working person in this province so it’s time to consider what’s happening with jobs.  He says that’s something we need to look at it’s what are the jobs of the future going to be in Flin Flon and the north.  He notes shutting down a railway and allowing it to stay shut down hasn’t helped jobs in Churchill and we need to have a look at what the Mining Reserve Fund can be used for to help create mining jobs, exploration needs to take place and we need to make sure that the consultation is in place with First Nations communities so the north can grow together not separately.

             

Lindsey says he will raise these and other issues when the Legislature resumes sitting on October 3rd.

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