A Progressive donation

Unifor Local 10-b, Unifor National and Domtar plan to donate $1 million over the next five years to Royal Inland Hospital’s patient-care tower project.

In addition, Unifor members at Progressive Rubber Industries Inc. and PRI itself are contributing. To date, Unifor members at PRI and PRI have donated $6,000.

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n the photo, from left: Rene Pellerin, Unifor 10-b president (Domtar); Jean Claude Allaire, mill manager, Domtar; Ted Enns, steel fabricator, PRI; Jeff Winger, VP of manufacturing, PRI; Katherine Phillips, unit chair for Unifor Local 10-b (PRI); Alisa Coquet, campaign director, RIH Foundation; Mike Ribic, operations manager, PRI; Cameron McElroy, Unifor 10-b third VP (Domtar); Bob Stephens, Unifor 10-b first VP (Domtar).

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