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Rear Admiral John Newton; Scott Armstrong, Member of Parliament, Cumberland Colchester Musquodoboit; Jim Irving, CEO Irving Shipbuilding; Koren Beaman, Unifor Local 1; Minister Diane Finley, Public Works and Government Services Canada; Minister Peter MacKay, Minister of Justice of Canada; Kevin McCoy, President Irving Shipbuilding; Ed Hatch, President Unifor Local 1. (CNW Group/IRVING SHIPBUILDING INC.)

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