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PressProgress Sep 10
Parliamentary Budget Officer: 1% tax on Canada’s wealthy elites would generate nearly $70 billion in new revenue. Half the money would come from Canada’s wealthiest 87 families alone, experts say.
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Erika Shaker 56s
“charging fees exacerbates socioeconomic differences & should have no place in a well-funded, well-resourced, accessible public education system. We expect a public school board to be fighting for more funding, not preparing for no funding”
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Rick Barnes Sep 12
Stelco pensioners lost big time due to an underfunded pension plan. Just like Sears pensioners. Hamilton Liberal MP Bratina said 'f--k' steelworkers & Stelco pensioners' at meeting Liberals did nothing to protect pensions. The NDP will.
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Jerry Dias Sep 11
When this many ER doctors tell you Conservative cuts have gone too far in Ontario it is time to on Oct 21
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PSAC Sep 14
PSAC members deserve a government that will support them at work and at home. This fall’s election is a critical opportunity to make sure this happens.
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Jordan Brennan Sep 13
Further to the debate about Canada’s fiscal situation, here’s a Friday morning (TGIF!) thread to get your day going.
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Linda McQuaig Sep 12
Insightful new book on Trudeau deserves more attention than it's getting -- 'The Trudeau Formula: Seduction & Betrayal in an Age of Discontent' by Book launch tonight at 720 Spadina Ave.
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PressProgress Sep 9
NEW: Brian Pallister’s Manitoba PCs took donations from anti-union business leaders pushing for anti-union legislation. Last week, Pallister quietly slipped an anti-union promise that was on their wish list into his campaign platform.
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James Ryan Sep 12
Calling all teachers. Come out and support publicly funded education in Education Minister 's riding.
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Smokey Thomas Sep 13
The seems bent on weakening public schools. We might find ourselves forced to fight with everything we’ve got, and that’s exactly what we’ll do.
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Labour History Girl Sep 7
On this day in 1907, a 10,000 person mob attacked Chinese and Japanese residences and businesses in Vancouver's Chinatown. After listening to inflammatory speeches at City Hall, the mob marched to Chinatown carrying placards reading “Keep Canada White".
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Canadian Labour 18m
A national pharmacare plan must include 5 KEY elements. Canada's unions are committed to making sure the federal government gets this right - and you can help! Learn more at    #cdnpoli#cdnhealth
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Rick Barnes Sep 15
Andrew Scheer says if candidates apologize for ___________, they can run as a CPC candidate. Any other decision and he would run out of candidates.
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BCFED Sep 11
Ride hail workers are workers. Exciting to see unions on front lines of this victory for Uber and Lyft workers in California
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Gil McGowan Sep 14
Minister ⁦⁩ brings greetings on behalf of the Gov’t of Canada to the retirement banquet for ATU 569 in Edmonton. Amarjeet is a former member of the local who hasn’t forgotten his roots. A true friend of Alberta working people.
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Abe Rosner Sep 14
Congratulations to the bargaining team!
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Janet Scott 5h
Canadians can not be complacent. There are Conservative politicians across this country looking to dismantle public healthcare, public education & CPP. All in the name of privatization to enrich their already wealthy friends and donors!!
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Carlo Fanelli Sep 10
"Canadian tax policy experts say they’re pleasantly “surprised” by a new estimate from the Parliamentary Budget Officer estimating a 1% tax on the super wealthy could generate nearly $70 billion dollars in new revenue."
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Bernie Weiseman 43m
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Sean Conway 1h
GM CEO Mary Barra makes 22M bucks a year on the backs of working people who are just looking for fairness on the job. Solidarity with workers!
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