Feb 28, 2017
Province needs to focus on value-added forestry rather than LNG pipedream
With the BC government’s promise of tens of thousands of jobs in a new liquefied natural gas industry...
Nov 4, 2016
SaskTel is the goose that lays golden eggs
In Aesop’s Fables, there is a clever story about shortsighted greed that destroys the profitability of an asset...
Sep 27, 2016
School bus chaos predictable, and preventable
There are always a few bumps in the road when the new school year starts...
Jun 22, 2016
Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce misled public about unionization
Loren Remillard’s ideological tirade against unions (June 20 “Secret ballots and democracy”) is both under-researched and misleading. Remillard falsely asserts that workers in Manitoba cannot vote by secret ballot to join a union. In fact, it has been enshrined in Section 40(1)2. of the Labour Relations Act for decades.
Jan 25, 2016
Katha Fortier: Fixing lax standards in the workplace
While your editorial on the widespread abuse of labour standards revealed...
Dec 11, 2015
Fred Wilson COP21 Update - concluding thoughts
As the COP21 climate conference comes close to a conclusion, the world can breathe a bit easier. All-night negotiations chaired by France’s Laurent Fabius produced a near to final agreement that delivers at least some of the ambitions we have been waiting for.