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    :: Saturday, July 08, 2006 ::

    Nothing for BC's forest communities, $450 million for US communities in Softwood pact - BC Federation of Labour
    While the BC government has now indicated it will not support the deal, Schira expressed concern that both the federal government and BC's provincial government have failed to consult with the very workers and communities who are directly impacted by the proposed Agreement.

    'Forest workers and their communities will bear the brunt of whatever these politicians agree to, yet they have been ignored as the draft Agreement has been passed around corporate and government backrooms.'
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