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Hydro workers show some Christmas spirit

Re: Manitoba Workers Help (Dec. 24). Kudos to up to 45 hydro linemen who gave up their Christmas with families and friends to help out in restoring power for residents of Toronto hit by the recent devastating ice storm.

Their sacrifice is a gift that cannot be matched by anything bought in a store and reflects the true meaning of Christmas.

Garland Laliberte

Bipole III Coalition

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition January 4, 2014

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A very good act on the part of these Hydro workers!

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Re: Manitoba Workers Help (Dec. 24). Kudos to up to 45 hydro linemen who gave up their Christmas with families and friends to help out in restoring power for residents of Toronto hit by the recent devastating ice storm.

Their sacrifice is a gift that cannot be matched by anything bought in a store and reflects the true meaning of Christmas.

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Re: Manitoba Workers Help (Dec. 24). Kudos to up to 45 hydro linemen who gave up their Christmas with families and friends to help out in restoring power for residents of Toronto hit by the recent devastating ice storm.

Their sacrifice is a gift that cannot be matched by anything bought in a store and reflects the true meaning of Christmas.

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