Tim Hudak is a great example of the damage a good education can do. So is Stephen Harper. Both are products of university economics departments in the late 20th century.
Leave it to one misplaced tweet to make the case that the Tories are out to get labour unions. Jason Kenney tweeted, then quickly deleted, his thoughts on working with his non-unionized staff.
Jason Kenney tweets, then quickly deletes, his thoughts on working with his apparently non-unionized staff and ignites a Twitter frenzy about the CPC's anti-union views.
The Fraser Institute issued a "study" advocating "right to work" laws and their implementation in Canada. Are the Conservatives' arguments founded on reason, lies or just bullshit?
If the Conservatives really want Canadians to have good, secure jobs, we need more social investments not more public service cuts.
Richtree Market Restaurant closed its restaurant in the Eaton Centre and severed all of its unionized workers.
Tim Hudak says he wants to ‘modernize' Ontario laws, but rather than taking us into the future his proposals would send us back to the Great Depression.
All key social issues today relate to challenging corporate wealth and power. It's hard to imagine mounting any real challenge without an economic counterforce, which is what unions are.
Our union, along with concerned Canadians in communities across the country, has been working hard to save services and protect jobs.
When Dan Dennis began his teaching career he was skeptical about the value of being in a union. That is, until 1999 when his wife earned a fellowship at a university in North Carolina.