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Alberta Premier Jason Kenney and Labour Minister Jason Copping, in shirtsleeves. Photo: Screenshot of news conference
David J. Climenhaga | Canadians don't elect Conservative governments to be empathetic. They elect them to squeeze people they resent. In this regard, the UCP is performing to specifications.
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Scott Neigh | Natalie Drolet talks about the work of the Migrant Workers' Centre BC to support migrant workers and to fight for improvements to labour and immigration policy.
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A WestJet aircraft at Las Vegas airport in 2015. Photo: Tomas Del Coro/Wikimedia Commons
David J. Climenhaga | A strike would do serious harm to the goodwill WestJet has built over the years with travellers, especially in Western Canada.
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Ed Finn | The callous mistreatment of working people was not only condoned, but even extolled -- and not just by the business establishment.
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Three children operating rocker at a gold mine on Dominion Creek, Yukon Territory. Image: Wikimedia Commons/Eric A. Hegg Photographs
Ed Finn | Corporate-decreed barbarism and inequality is already rampant in many developing countries, and even in some developed ones. Including Canada.
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Dr. Doug Klein, Edmonton family physician, Dr. David Ryan, St. Albert family physician, and Minister of Labour, Christina Gray.
David J. Climenhaga | Upon passage, Bill 17 will bring Alberta labour law as it pertains to unions into the late 20th Century and place it squarely in the middle of the legal mainstream.
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Christina Gray
David J. Climenhaga | Labour law changes expected in legislation in Alberta are not likely to be as bold as those planned by Ontario's Liberal government.
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Alberta Lieutenant Governor Lois Mitchell reads the 2016 Throne Speech (GoA photo)
David J. Climenhaga | Unlike the two NDP throne speeches, those of the Progressive Conservatives in recent years were less likely to deliver on their key promises.
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Jiselle Hanna | Updates on workers' struggles in Asia and interview with Sineat Yon, labour activist, on the new labour law in Cambodia.
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Bob Barnetson
David J. Climenhaga | Media and employers cannot be depended on to make Alberta workplaces safer. Only government can do this job. A new report by the Parkland Institute shows the way.
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Angella MacEwen | The Ontario government has launched a review of their labour laws, and the Toronto Workers' Action Centre took this opportunity to make 47 concrete recommendations to improve legislative protections.
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Supreme Court of Canada
David J. Climenhaga | If the Prentice Government means what it says about prudent use of taxes, it will drop its appeals and get to work making Alberta's labour laws comply with the Constitution of Canada.