Maple Leaf president Michael McCain, seen here in a file photo, said 400 jobs will be cut. Of those, 64 are in Hamilton and are all salaried workers.
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Maple Leaf Foods cutting 64 Hamilton jobs

Steve Arnold

The 64 salaried jobs will be eliminates over the next 13 months

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