Fire at USW hall in Canada destroys 40 years of history
Sep 19, 2008 | 10:57 AM
| Scott Robertson
A fire has torn through the United Steelworkers union hall in Sudbury, Ontario, destroying a building that has been home to the union and to community events since November 1965.
Wayne Fraser, Ontario/Atlantic director for the USW, said the cause of Friday's blaze remains under investigation by local fire officials and vowed that the union will do anything it can to replace the building for the benefit of its members and the community.....
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