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Campaign Spotlight: Persistence paying off as contractors lobby for prompt-payment laws

News | JESSE CNOCKAERT
Published: Wednesday, 05/23/2018 1:41 pm EDT
Last Updated: Thursday, 05/24/2018 8:45 am EDT
Sen. Don Plett (centre) is shown here with members of the National Trade Contractors Coalition of Canada on Parliament Hill in April 2016 when Bill S-224 was introduced. (Photo courtesy of the National Trade Contractors Coalition of Canada Twitter account).

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