BRAMPTON – In response to the provincially mandated dissolution of Peel, representatives from labour and local non-profits are setting out their key principles for protecting and improving services for residents in post-dissolution Brampton, Mississauga and Caledon.

At a news conference on Thursday, speakers will include representatives from the Metamorphosis Network, which represents over 100 non-profit organizations serving health and human services needs in Peel; CUPE 966, with more than 3500 public sector workers in Peel; and CUPE Ontario, which represents 290,000 CUPE workers in the province.

WHO:         Sharon Mayne, CEO, Catholic Family Services Peel Dufferin
     Sean Meagher, Metamorphosis Network
     Fred Hahn, President, CUPE Ontario
     Salil Arya, President, CUPE 966

WHAT:       “Principles for dissolution” – must-haves for Peel residents and
     workers post-dissolution

WHEN:      10:30 a.m. Thursday, December 7

WHERE:    Region of Peel headquarters (west side of building), 10 Peel Centre Drive, Brampton, Ontario


For more information, contact:

Sean Meagher, Metamorphosis Network
416-820-7889       [email protected]

Mary Unan, CUPE Communications
647-390-9839       [email protected]