Health-care aide positions cut as part of WRHA changes
Air Date: Sep 12, 2017 6:05 PM CT
At least 111 health-care aide positions will be cut at Winnipeg's Health Sciences Centre as part of a major restructuring of city's health-care system, according to the Canadian Union of Public Employees, but the authority in charge disputes that number.
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