General Electric has eliminated approximately 358 good manufacturing jobs as the company announced it will cease operations at its Peterborough, Ontario plant by the end of the third quarter in 2018.
It's as if the Liberal cabinet was frolicking along among its doting public when an explosion went off at close range, rattling their hearing.
Rail safety is threatened by latest job cut. CP has already cut 1,000 mechanical staff, responsible for conducting safety inspections and maintenance of the locomotive and freight cars.
Even Paul Godfrey acted surprised when he was installed in Canada's News Hall of Fame this week.
The 2014 Public Service Employee Survey recently released continues to demonstrate the negative impact of public service cuts.
After years of service cuts, job cuts and disrespect for hard working public servants, the federal government will hold National Public Service Week from June 15 to 21. This is an insult to workers.
Hope is resilient; power gained by disinformation is brittle and punitive. What Tim Hudak offers is not hope for a healthier democracy or more jobs. We can do better.
The most disingenuous defence of the Tory numbers may come from Benjamin Zycher, hard-right U.S. economist, advocate of right-to-work laws and author of one of the consulting papers the Tories cite.
Further to my post about numerical problems in Tim Hudak's jobs plan, some have asked me about precisely how the Conference Board report simulated the corporate tax reduction discussed.
The million jobs plan has a gaping 200,000 job hole in it, resulting from an obvious arithmetic error that throws into question the very competence of Tim Hudak's policy team.