Gov’t Spied On Labour Exec

The RCMP spied on a former president of the Alberta Federation of Labour from as early as 1965, according to secret memos released through Access To Information. Police kept meticulous surveillance records on David Werlin, a 1990 candidate for presidency of the Canadian Labour Congress: ‘He makes frequent trips to Vancouver on CUPE business.’

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