Educate yourself before you spew bs.
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Nov 22nd, 2018 2:05 am
Lol... hysterical.aznnorth wrote: ↑Nov 19th, 2018 1:23 pmDifference is China is a 1 party state. When the govt gives a GO, it's national asap. Shovel hits the ground in 2 weeks. Whereas here you have multiple buffoons at multiple levels of govt. Takes 10yrs of "studies" to put the shovel to the ground. Hell, North America STILL doesnt have a high speed rail. In the same time frame China already has a dozen major cities connected. Ridiculous! I was in Shenzhen and took 40 min on a high speed rail going to Guangzhou avg speed some 258 km/hr. Here, that's driving 3-4 hrs. *welp*
Nov 22nd, 2018 3:39 am
School is in session all year round. Anytime you strike there will be school going on! Also missing school might even be considered a bonus for students just like a vacation!
Nov 22nd, 2018 10:48 am
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OTTAWA — The Trudeau government has introduced legislation to force an end to rotating strikes by Canada Post employees.
Labour Minister Patty Hajdu tabled the bill in the House of Commons today, just one day after a special mediator was re-appointed in an effort to reach contract agreements between Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers.
Nov 22nd, 2018 11:02 am
The rotating strike started about a month ago. The press release states that in that time, the backlog has somehow gone beyond 30 days. Given that it is a rotating strike, affecting only 4-6 cities a day, how can it possibly have gotten that bad in one month?
Nov 22nd, 2018 11:05 am
Very good points, our consumer society is overshadowing the meaning of Christmas. Instead of focusing on never ending materialistic greed, take the time to enjoy the company of those close to you.VicRav wrote: ↑Nov 22nd, 2018 10:48 amI enjoy the gifting part of Christmas, but if gifts not arriving somewhere is going to ruin Christmas for anybody you are doing Christmas wrong. It is a family holiday and there are plenty of ways to connect with family and enjoy the holiday. Plus the gifts will still arrive eventually.
Nov 22nd, 2018 11:20 am
The backlog is only in the Toronto plant. Other parts of the country have almost no backlog.canehdianman wrote: ↑Nov 22nd, 2018 11:02 amThe rotating strike started about a month ago. The press release states that in that time, the backlog has somehow gone beyond 30 days. Given that it is a rotating strike, affecting only 4-6 cities a day, how can it possibly have gotten that bad in one month?
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Justin just stabbed the union in the back. So much for supporting collective bargaining, you've gotta love it. Only Justin can turn a situation like this into one where everyone involved looses. Next he'll be claiming a victory just like did with USMCA.ludwig3 wrote: ↑Nov 22nd, 2018 12:50 pmSimilar news to above. I just like this guy's comment in the comments section. It's simply because that's what many people think.
It really doesn't matter who tells the under worked over paid posties to go back to work.
They are unskilled labor, who want to be paid like skilled professionals, who want entitlements beyond even the Federal Civil Services.
Time to close Canada Post, and really privatize it. Then the workers will actually have earn their living
Liberals table back-to-work bill for Canada Post carriers
https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/canada ... MeZWincXpE