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Celebrating Labour

Pam Desjardine with dogs, from left ten-year-old Sissy and nine-year-old Spirit listen to the live music at the annual Labour Day picnic at Irving Park in James Bay.  - Sharon Tiffin Victoria News
Pam Desjardine with dogs, from left ten-year-old Sissy and nine-year-old Spirit listen to the live music at the annual Labour Day picnic at Irving Park in James Bay.
— image credit: Sharon Tiffin Victoria News

The Labour Day picnic put on by the Victoria Labour Council featured information booths, family activities, entertainment and free lunch for the kids. Desjardine says she never misses the picinic rain or shine because she (and the dogs) enjoy the music.

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