labour

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


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Today, with the comfort and leisure of modern open markets, we can scarcely imagine the back-breaking work of yore.


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Allowing workers to bargain independently from the union would help limit the problem of free-riding while not forcing workers to join a union and pay dues.


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Despite the potential for increased worker choice to benefit workers, opponents often raise three objections as reason not to pursue such reform.


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The B.C. government recently announced it will increase the minimum wage in September to $10.45 per hour. Thereafter, annual increases will be automatically pegged at the rate of inflation.


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As the Quebec government struggles to eliminate its deficit and rein in the largest debt burden in Canada, it has identified government-sector compensation as a way to restrain spending and balance the budget in 2015/16.


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The Ontario government is currently neck deep in negotiations with public sector unions including those representing bureaucrats, teachers, and police officers.