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The 30-second clip that blows anti-union arguments out of the water

Need more proof that unions don’t drive away manufacturing jobs? Check out what Volkswagen’s top labour representative said about reconsidering expansion in the U.S. South because of the anti-labour sentiments there. Bernd Osterloh’s hit against the “right-to-work” U.S. South should be a wake-up call for Ontario PC leader Tim Hudak and other conservatives in Canada […]

February 20, 2014

Need more proof that unions don’t drive away manufacturing jobs? Check out what Volkswagen’s top labour representative said about reconsidering expansion in the U.S. South because of the anti-labour sentiments there.

Bernd Osterloh’s hit against the “right-to-work” U.S. South should be a wake-up call for Ontario PC leader Tim Hudak and other conservatives in Canada pushing the same anti-union agenda north of the border.

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Jason Kenney: business up front… Party on the side

Jason Kenney is on quite a road trip, mixing government business with fundraising for the Conservative Party. When the Employment Minister announced the kick-off of his “coast-to-coast-to-coast winter tour to advance the skills agenda” via Twitter on Feb. 14, he didn’t flag that he would be headlining partisan fundraisers during the taxpayer-funded trip. On Wednesday […]

February 19, 2014

Jason Kenney is on quite a road trip, mixing government business with fundraising for the Conservative Party.

When the Employment Minister announced the kick-off of his “coast-to-coast-to-coast winter tour to advance the skills agenda” via Twitter on Feb. 14, he didn’t flag that he would be headlining partisan fundraisers during the taxpayer-funded trip.

On Wednesday night, though, after a busy day of ministerial business in Whitehorse, he’s the keynote speaker at a $125 fundraising dinner for…