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Jun 18

Mercredi, le 20 juin: luttes des travailleurs-euses de Méxique à Montréal présenté sur TVAWednesday, June 20: Struggles of Mexican workers in Montreal to be featured on TVAMiércoles, 20 de junio: Las luchas de los trabajadores mexicanos en Montreal que se ofrecerá en TVA

Mercredi à 18h, TVA Québec va diffuser un reportage portant sur les conditions de travail vécues par des travailleurs-euses de Méxique, dans une usine d’exploitation de jus de fruit de Montréal. Aadi Ndir, un de nos organisateurs communautaire au CTI, s’est entretenu avec Olivier Bourque afin de parler de façon plus générale difficultés dont font face les immigrantEs qui viennent de s’installer au pays.

Écoutez le 18h, mercredi le 20 juin au TVA Québec.On Wednesday at 6PM, TVA Quebec will broadcast a report about the working conditions experienced by Mexican workers in a juice factory located in Montreal. Aadi Ndir, one of the IWC’s community organizers, met with journalist Olivier Bourque to talk more generally about the difficulties faced by immigrant workers new to the country.

6PM, Wednesday, June 20 – TVA Québec.El miércoles a las 18:00, TVA Quebec emitirá un informe sobre las condiciones de trabajo de los trabajadores mexicanos en una fábrica de jugos con sede en Montreal. Aadi Ndir, uno de los organizadores de la centro de trabajadores y trabajadoras inmigrantes del CTTI, se reunió con el periodista Olivier Bourque a hablar más en general sobre las dificultades que enfrentan los nuevos inmigrantes.

18:00, Miércoles, 18 de junio – TVA Québec.

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