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Canadians should celebrate decline of private-sector unions

Labour unions discourage investment, disincentivize work effort and cut productivity.

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B.C. government’s move toward secret union voting unfair to workers

The province has underperformed compared to other provinces in attracting business investment.

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Waning presence of labour unions good for all workers

Unions restrict worker choice, prevent job formation, discourage work effort and cut economic productivity.

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Policymakers should protect workers and discourage unionization

Unions raise wages by limiting the supply of labour.

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Horgan government eyes labour law change that would further stifle investment in B.C.

"Card check" eliminates the need for a secret ballot vote if 50 per cent plus one of workers sign union cards.

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Some workers may be uncomfortable publically voicing their opinion against unionization.

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Jurisdictions with less-restrictive labour regulations have better job-creation records.

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Bill C-4 will end the requirement of a secret ballot vote for establishing unions and do away with federal financial disclosure rules for unions.

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Already, Montreal taxpayers see 13 per cent of their city’s operating budget go to fund pensions.