Alberta workers making the province’s median wage could better afford the cost of living in 2020 than they could in 2000.
The month before, it lost 37,000 full-time jobs.
Last month, I wrote a news story regarding the Alberta government awarding the contract of lab testing services to a private company after lobbying from a firm the company had hired. Last week, I received collective bargaining agreements between the private company, DynaLIFE, and the Health Sciences Association of Alberta, as well as between HSAA […]
Full-time jobs were down by 37,000. Part-time jobs were up by 36,800.
One of the most common responses I get from people when I talk about business owners stealing worker wages to accumulate wealth—particularly billionaires—is that the business’s success is reliant on the owner, that they built the company, and their efforts should be rewarded, even if it’s exorbitantly. Let’s explore this. For the purposes of illustration, […]
He left out some details that I thought I’d clarify.
Female part-time workers in Canada made more than their male counterparts over the last year. It was the reverse for full-time workers.
Full-time jobs were up by 51,000. Part-time jobs were down by 10,100.
Every time we tip, we reinforce the idea that business owners can pay their workers less because they make so much in tips.
Canada should spend money on people in Canada. But they absolutely should be spending money on countries elsewhere.