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Tories set to revoke labour law, workers’ rights

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Government is attacking its own good labour legislation, and it makes no sense. Card-check certification is effective, democratic, and a basic right that must be protected.

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Public health care facing its greatest threat

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Failure to renew the Canada Health Accord threatens us all. This province needs to join others in speaking out.

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Snowclearing, greed and precarious labour

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The revolving-door policy toward workers in this province must stop

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The dragon roars: a [sort-of-but-not-really] defense of the Canadian Senate

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Abolish the Senate? Not so fast…

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Masque of the Blue Death

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The Phaaantom of Austerity is here…inside their minds…

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Minimum wage: all the rage!

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A minimum wage increase is a good start. But it’s only a start…

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Wild, wild cats

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Time for Vale to stop flexing its muscles, and start fixing its problems

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A nasty, nasty business

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The use of temporary foreign workers in Bay de Verde is a problem on many levels. Our government needs to act now to ensure it doesn’t become worse.

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Suspending labour rights risks lives

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The needs of the many outweigh the profits of the few

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Corner Brook raises wages of its firefighters – then fires 4 of them

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The CBC is reporting that Corner Brook – immediately following the signing of a four-year agreement to increase pay to its firefighters – has laid off 4 firefighters. “Throughout the entire bargaining process, union officials were advised that the city could not meet their salary demands without workforce changes. The union was adamant that they would not partake in any discussion relating to staff reductions yet continued to demand a wage increase,” said Corner Brook Mayor Neville Greeley in a news release today. Looks like the union called the city’s bluff and 4 of its members paid the price. Source: CBC

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Enough is enough

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Anti-scab legislation? A sensible idea that’s long overdue

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