It looks like Big Three telecom giants are fighting hard to maintain their stranglehold over our wireless market, and over Canadians’ wallets. The Big Three have been on the back foot since pressure from tens of thousands of Canadians won positive new customer protection rules last year, along with a clear government . . . → Read More: OpenMedia.ca: As Big Telecom ramps up lobbying, will government cave?
Stung by the Temporary Foreign Workers Program scandal, the Royal Bank of Canada says it’s no longer in the deplorable business of outsourcing Canadian jobs to foreign workers. But only, it seems, when “a worker eligible to work in Canada is available and able to perform the service.”
The post Temporary Foreign Workers Program: RBC . . . → Read More: The Canadian Progressive: Temporary Foreign Workers Program: RBC pledges not to outsource Canadian jobs
The budget cuts imposed by the Harper Government on the CBC – and by extension, its French counterpart SRC – have been well documented in the media.
The public broadcaster’s funding was cut by 10%, or $115 million, over the next three years.
What is getting less attention are the moves behind the scenes . . . → Read More: Leftist Jab: Harper Government Attack On SRC Extends Well Beyond Budget Cuts