Big win for unions as ruling says bargaining protected


CBC News
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B.C. health unions are claiming a major victory after Canada's highest court ruled sections of a provincial law unfairly restrict their constitutional right to collective bargaining.

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Walter
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Unions always claim victory.
 
Nuggler
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Quote: Originally Posted by Walter View Post

Unions always claim victory.

Good luck on your job with Walmart, sh#thead.

Solidarity

Ugg.
 
Walter
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Good luck on your job with Walmart, sh#thead.

Solidarity

Ugg.

Typical intelligent union response. You win. You are victorious.
 
#juan
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This is the result of some of Cambell's smarmier dealings. My wife is/was a nurse before she retired so we watched this with more than a little interest. The hospital workers, including the nurses were involved in collective bargaining. They weren't satisfied with what they were being offered and the bargaining had slowed down. Cambell, wanting to be a hero, forced them to accept the offer. The offer was signed by all under protest and that should have been the end of it. Cambell had just given his big business buddies a whopping tax cut and he decided that the hospital workers, and the nurses were getting too much money so, to make up the shortfall, he legislated a cut in pay for them. The Supreme Court of Canada just ruled that Cambell can't do what he did, and rightly so. Now we will watch Cambell eat crow.
 

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