Unifor Local 2301 Woman’s Committee’s Angela Boudreau, Tamitik Status of Women’s Linda Slanina and Unifor Local 2301 president Marty MacIlwrath. (Photos supplied)

Unifor Local 2301 donates to Tamitik Status of Women

Cheque for $2,500 handed over

Tamitik Status of Women received a welcome cash donation of $2,500 from Unifor Local 2301 and Unifor National Union.

A cheque was handed to TSW’s Linda Slanina on Thursday, February 6, by Unifor Local 2301 Woman’s Committee’s Angela Boudreau and Unifor Local 2301 president Marty MacIlwrath.

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