downtown building: He said he was inspired by speakers at a rally at the downtown building on Monday and decided to write a song with his father, Bill, and community leader Lynn Jones to support the janitors, according to The Chronicle Herald. This is an issue I can lend my voice to and sing, Plaskett said in an interview. Nova Scotia singer-songwriter Joel Plaskett performed at a rally outside the Founders Square office building Thursday, capping a week of pickets protesting the treatment of the black cleaners. We're just trying to make some noise and make the world a more equitable and fair place. They accused the building's property manager, Armour Group, and an incoming contractor, Deep Down Cleaning Services, of racial discrimination. The janitors announced plans to file a complaint with the Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission last week. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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