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Anti-smoking crusader dies; Canadians work too much; Union applauds sentencing in bus driver attack; Air Canada’s unions want a piece of the pie; CPP experiences 20 per cent growth spurt; Candidate proposes tax relief for youth
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 06/07/2006

Anti-smoking crusader dies

Ottawa — Heather Crowe, the face of Canada’s anti-smoking movement, died just a week before Ontario’s tough new anti-smoking act took effect. She was 61. Crowe is well-known for television ads in which she said second-hand smoke in the workplace caused her deadly lung cancer. For more information on The Smoke Free Ontario Act, of which Crowe was a staunch supporter, see Page 5.

Canadians work too much