The Internet rescues political humour. I don't mean humour about politicians, which is doing fine. I mean the gormless putative humour voiced by politicians.
Devastated by far-reaching anti-worker Bill 115: Putting Students First Act, rank-and-file education workers convened a funeral for collective bargaining rights.
How can punishing students for Dalton McGuinty's transgressions hurt Dalton McGuinty? Who do teachers think will be blamed for such behaviour?
It's in teachers' own interests to demand, through their unions, that teachers be at the heart of the system -- by having a major say on what happens in their classrooms.
McGuinty and Hudak are now teaming up to take away constitutionally protected rights under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms from education workers in Ontario.