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Teachers, Unions, Government and the Constant Battle

Teachers, Unions, Government and the Constant Battle

[ 0 ] June 8, 2015 |

Ontario’s education system is in flux… again. Various unions that represent the teachers are crying foul.  The government is crying foul.  There are a lot of kids crying foul and with good reason.  Some of them are in jeopardy of not having the credentials needed to enter university. Does this all seem like a recurring […]

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Karma, Ontario Style

Karma, Ontario Style

[ 0 ] March 21, 2015 |

Linda Haslam-Stroud claims she has been pulling her hair out since January, as more and more registered nurses lose their jobs. More than 300 positions have been cut across Ontario since January. Haslam-Stroud is Ontario Nurses’ Association President. Now hey, I get it.  She has a job to do.  Her job is to try to […]

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The Unions Are Not Happy

The Unions Are Not Happy

[ 0 ] February 11, 2015 |

Deb Matthews said this about how they plan for government works to become more efficient: “By focusing on outcomes and rigorous evidence, by enabling transformation, by streamlining access to services and by using technology to drive better value.” In other words gobblygook politician speak for – cuts are coming.  No big surprise to those of […]

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