Non-union wages are too low.
Earlier this week, the Government of Alberta announced that the provincial forestry sector has recently seen record wood prices.
The UCP government announced over the weekend that they were appointing Martin Long as the parliamentary secretary for small business and tourism. Part of his responsibilities will be to work with Doug Schweitzer, the minister of jobs, economy, and innovation, to implement Alberta’s Recovery Plan. Prior to being elected, Long worked as a third-class power […]
The federal government, in contrast, will be contributing 41%.
In fact, union wages are increasing at slower rate now than they were a decade ago.
But don’t blame it on the UCP just yet.
The 5 most popular posts I shared each on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube in August 2020.
That makes it the largest increase since 2014 and the 5th largest over the last 15 years.
In today’s issue of the Lethbridge Herald, the publisher and advertising manager, Brian Hancock, took the liberty to use his platform to share his personal opinion about recent developments regarding the drug crisis in Lethbridge. He disparaged the now-defunct supervised consumption site, which was operated by ARCHES, as well as the mobile overdose prevention site […]
I’m not opposed to a consumption tax, per se, but it can’t be the only taxation source.