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Fred Hahn and CUPE Ontario at the Toronto Pride Parade

TORONTO , June 24 /Businesswire/ - President of CUPE Ontario, Fred Hahn, will be at Toronto’s Pride Parade and is available to speak with media.

WHO: Fred Hahn, President of CUPE Ontario.

WHAT: Marching in the Toronto Pride Parade.

WHEN: Sunday, June 26, 1:30 pm. Corner of Charles Street and Ted Rogers Way (near the Starbucks) - look for the pink CUPE Ontario flags.

WHERE: Available via telephone or in person. Call or email Daniel Tseghay at 647-220-9739 or dtseghay@cupe.ca to be connected.

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STORY TAGS: Ontario, Event, North America, Canada, Other Consumer, LGBTQ+, Consumer,

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