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Politics and its Discontents: Sid Ryan Has A Plan

Given the odious, intrusive and likely unconstitutional nature of Bill C-377, the ‘private member’s’ bill covered with the indelible palm prints of Stephen Harper that forces labour unions to publicly disclose how they spend their money, it would be surprising indeed if unions did not have a plan to fight back. Sid Ryan, president of . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: Sid Ryan Has A Plan

Alex's Blog: The Trouble With Austerity: Economics as Ideology

A somewhat abridged version of this post first appeared in The Toronto Star here

Governments here and elsewhere are increasingly preoccupied with cutting even as evidence piles up of its harmful consequences on people and the economy. Austerity is not even delivering the balanced budgets its advocates promise. Even the IMF is now . . . → Read More: Alex’s Blog: The Trouble With Austerity: Economics as Ideology

Alex's Blog: The Trouble With Austerity: Economics as Ideology

A somewhat abridged version of this post first appeared in The Toronto Star here

Governments here and elsewhere are increasingly preoccupied with cutting even as evidence piles up of its harmful consequences on people and the economy. Austerity is not even delivering the balanced budgets its advocates promise. Even the IMF is now . . . → Read More: Alex’s Blog: The Trouble With Austerity: Economics as Ideology

The Canadian Progressive: Canada’s Human Rights Reputation is Fast Becoming a Myth

by Ontario Federation of Labour: This year, as the global community recognizes December 10 as International Human Rights Day, many Canadians struggle with a vanishing sense of pride in Canada’s once renowned reputation as a leader in human rights. While that reputation has always been contradicted by the lived experiences of Canada’s Aboriginal peoples and . . . → Read More: The Canadian Progressive: Canada’s Human Rights Reputation is Fast Becoming a Myth

Andy Lehrer's Firebrand blog: Power struggle at the Ontario Federation of Labour

There’s been a showdown building at the OFL between recently elected president Sid Ryan and five of the affiliated unions that fund the labour federation and have all cut their dues payments forcing the OFL to layoff several of its staff. It also appears that there’s a power struggle between Ryan and his two . . . → Read More: Andy Lehrer’s Firebrand blog: Power struggle at the Ontario Federation of Labour

Canadian Firebrand: Power struggle at the Ontario Federation of Labour

There’s been a showdown building at the OFL between recently elected president Sid Ryan and five of the affiliated unions that fund the labour federation and have all cut their dues payments forcing the OFL to layoff several of its staff. It also appears that there’s a power struggle between Ryan and his two . . . → Read More: Canadian Firebrand: Power struggle at the Ontario Federation of Labour

Andy Lehrer: Power struggle at the Ontario Federation of Labour

There’s been a showdown building at the OFL between recently elected president Sid Ryan and five of the affiliated unions that fund the labour federation and have all cut their dues payments forcing the OFL to layoff several of its staff. It also appea… . . . → Read More: Andy Lehrer: Power struggle at the Ontario Federation of Labour