Government workers in Canada were paid 8.5 per cent more (on average) than their private-sector counterparts.
Labour unions discourage investment, disincentivize work effort and cut productivity.
Government workers across Canada enjoyed an 8.5 per cent wage premium, on average, compared to comparable private-sector workers in 2021.
The province has underperformed compared to other provinces in attracting business investment.
Unions restrict worker choice, prevent job formation, discourage work effort and cut economic productivity.
Free markets, not central planning, deliver economic growth and social harmony.
Unions raise wages by limiting the supply of labour.
"Card check" eliminates the need for a secret ballot vote if 50 per cent plus one of workers sign union cards.
A recent Supreme Court decision in the United States will allow workers in the government sector to decide whether they pay union dues or not.