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    :: Friday, September 16, 2005 ::

    CBC On The Line - Lockout News
    From Washington to Jerusalem to Seoul, Monday was a day of international support for 5,500 locked-out CBC employees.

    Around the world, members of journalists' unions called on the Canadian government to intervene and end the lockout, which has now lasted a month.

    The International Federation of Journalists and its member unions condemned the CBC's confrontational style, saying the dispute has damaged Canada's international reputation for quality broadcasting and respect for international labour standards.
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