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Cullen helped put Sarnia on map

The former Sarnia-Lambton MP and federal judge died Tuesday at 78.
MEGAN O'TOOLE, Free Press Reporter   2005-07-07 02:26:44  

Bud Cullen, the man who introduced the Unemployment Insurance Act and helped establish Sarnia as a worldwide petrochemical centre, died Tuesday 78.

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