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OTTAWA - According to numbers, a total of 92 public servants were fired for misconduct in 2015/2016 while 77 were fired for incompetence and another 141 were let go during their probationary employment periods. Combined, that means 310 public servants were fired that year - about 0.1% of the public service's roughly 262,000 employees.   (Global)


Missing money

A union representing public service professionals across Canada, including economists, statisticians and civilian employees of the RCMP, is trying to figure out how $400,000 was apparently siphoned from its bank accounts over the course of nearly a decade without anyone's knowledge.  (CBC)   PREVIOUS:   About CAPE


Execs no longer employed

TORONTO - 2 top executives at the Toronto Parking Authority are 'no longer employed with the Toronto Parking Authority' as a cancelled $12.2M North York land deal continues to be investigated by provincial police.  (Toronto Star)


Got the message

CLARESHOLM - After suffering bruises, cuts and a black eye during an alleged home invasion, Donna Courage has announced she will be resigning from her position on Claresholm town council.  Courage says the man pinned her against a wall and told her to 'be quiet and leave town'.    (CTV)  MORE:   RCMP investigating   Claresholm town council


Little pay off

CALGARY - City subsidies for professional sports teams like the Calgary Flames can be justified in the name of civic planning, pride or politics, but suggestions that they result in net growth to the overall economy don't hold water, economists say.   (CBC)   MORE:   Calgary offer for a new arena


More money or else

OTTAWA - CATSA says the number of passengers keeps rising at the same time that the agency's staffing costs are growing. But the federal funding isn't keeping pace.  (CTV)


Entitlement overhaul

OTTAWA - A federal fund designed to give financial help to parents whose children have been murdered or gone missing has spent more than 14 times as much on administration costs as it has on actual grants.  (CP)



OTTAWA - Auditors got suspicious when invoices showed a mental-health professional working with Indigenous patients had billed Health Canada for more than 28.5 hours of counselling in a single 24-hour period.   (CBC)


Money for entitlements

OTTAWA - If the purchase is a penny over $20, a federal customs agent can intercept it, open it, delay it, add federal and provincial sales taxes, and, depending on the origin of the merchandise, perhaps pile on some duty charges.  Ottawa spends about $166M to collect $39M in additional taxes and duties.   (CBC)  REPORT:   Economic effects of raising DMT threshold   Feds not interested in cheaper goods for Canadians   


Mayors' income 2014

MARKHAM - In 2014, Frank Scarpitti's salary was higher than the salaries earned by mayors in cities much larger than Markham.  (Toronto Star)


Harassed, bullied city workers

SARNIA - An investigation has found Mike Bradley, the mayor of Sarnia, engaged in workplace harassment.   (CP)   MORE:   Mayor slammed    I made my share of mistakes 



MOOSE JAW - City council has approved more than $400,000 in emergency funding for Mosaic Place and Yara Centre after an audit revealed huge financial losses at the facilities.  Council also dismissed the board that oversees both facilities.  (CTV)  

Ex-MP charged

MISSISSAUGA - Former Mississauga-Streetsville MP Wajid Ali Khan has been charged by the RCMP in a $1.1M international investment fraud.  Khan, 71, was charged along with Nadeem Imtiaz Ahmed, 48, both of Mississauga, and both accused of borrowing more than $1.1M from 'personal contacts' in Canada.   (Toronto Star)   Wajid Khan


University sued

WATERLOO REGION - Wilfrid Laurier University graduate student Lindsay Shepherd is suing the university, 2 professors and an employee of its diversity and equity office.  Shepherd made headlines after releasing a recording of her being reprimanded for showing her first-year communication students part of a televised debate about the use of gender-neutral pronouns.    (Waterloo Region Record)    COMMENT:   Entitled or unemployable?  


2 accused

KAPUSKASING - Two men, including a former chief administrative officer for the Town of Kapuskasing, are accused of bilking the municipality of $800,000.   (Timmins Press)


Spotlight on crown corp

WINNIPEG - The Liberal government won't explain the specifics of why it decided to formally terminate Donald Salkeld's appointment at the Freshwater Fish Marketing Corporation effective Dec 21 - the same day his term was already scheduled to expire.   (CBC)


Council asks RCMP to investigate

NANAIMO - City council has asked the RCMP to investigate Mayor Bill McKay over allegations that he is 'in direct violation of his obligations and duty to the City.' (Globe & Mail)  MORE:   Nanimo City Council   RCMP looking into allegations   


Processing fee

SYDNEY - The Cape Breton Regional Municipality (CBRM) wants nearly $43,000 to answer a resident's questions about municipal expense claims and contracts related to port development. (CBC)  


Bureaucrat faces fraud charge

MONTREAL - The RCMP have laid charges of fraud and breach of trust against Michel Fournier, a former federal official in relation to alleged 'bribery payments' of more than $2M from engineering firm SNC-Lavalin.   (Globe & Mail)   MORE:   Bridge official charged   Official charged   RCMP investigating   Suspected kickbacks    Federal Bridge Corporation 


Fraud charges

HALTON - David Atsushi Ohashi, 56, of Mississauga has been charged with fraud under $5000, use of a forged document, 3 counts of municipal corruption and 3 counts of accepting secret commissions.   (CTV)    MORE:   Halton manager accused


Acted in bad faith

KAWARTHA LAKES - An Ontario municipality opposed to wind turbine projects acted in bad faith when it unfairly threw up a roadblock that made it impossible for a company to proceed with one, Ontario's top court ruled.  (CP)   JUDGMENT:   2016 ONCA 0496


Restrictions for Crown Corporations

OTTAWA - The federal government is bringing in new rules for Crown corporations to try to rein in their spending on travel and hospitality.  (CBC)   MORE:   Crown Corp appointee expenses



TORONTO - The Ontario Provincial government will unveil details of the new Jobs and Prosperity Fund, rolling all existing corporate handouts into one $2.5B program.  But economists warn it is not clear the province does the rigorous analysis necessary to see if those subsidies are working.  (Globe & Mail)   


Where the money is

YELLOWKNIFE - A Hay River man trying to sue the NWT government says he can't find a lawyer in the territory to take his case.  Of the about 170 lawyers who live and work in the territory, around 70 are currently employed full-time by the NWT government.   (CBC)   

Culture of avoiding responsibility

OTTAWA - The pay 'fiasco' affecting federal government employees was largely the result of a bureaucratic culture of avoiding responsibility that will require closer political oversight before launching similarly complex projects in the future, says a Senate study of the Phoenix pay system.   (CP)

Phoenix pay problem

IBM   Price Waterhouse Coopers

Phoenix to take 5 years, billions to fix

Phoenix pay fiasco

Built to fail

Not very good

PS union agrees to changes

Carla Qualtrough     Debi Daviau

Debi Daviau's statement 

Phoenix Falling  

Pay system breaches

Privacy Commissioner of Canada 2016-2017

Commission to launch its own investigations

IBM contract for Phoenix system $185M 

Diplomatic passports

OTTAWA - Federal officials are raising questions about whether Canada should be issuing so many diplomatic passports each year, including some to retired officials who perform no diplomacy.    (CBC)

Special, Diplomatic passports

Sued by union over %

Firefighters launch counter claim 

Improvements needed to arbitration   .pdf

Sickness in the system   .pdf 

Public sector crowding out private 

Higher labour costs

Federal employee dies  

Embassy spending soaring 

Ottawa's culture of hidden receipts  

Entitlements making workers sick

Labour reality check 2017   .pdf

Region riddled with duplication 

Entitlement trip track

Entitlement price hikes


Age of entitlement

Gaming the system

Macdonald-Laurier Institute

Public sector increased

Self audit

Public Service Commission

Sick leave

Fiscal analysis of sick leave .pdf  

Sick days not as high as Clement said 

Absenteeism costly 

Serving the providers

Conference Board of Canada

Missing in action

Adviser gets $1.3M

Public sector advantage

'Significant' spending on compensation

Public service has been good to us

Exposing the blackest holes in Ottawa

'Severance' is good for us

Severance set out in contracts

Ethics commissioner wants to get tough

Expenses are only part of the story

Crown expense reports cleaned up

Our MPs' spending secrets

MP pulls back expense curtain

How to contact your member Parliament

Want more money

Fundamental science review

More science please 

Public Service wage growth: 2001-2012  .pdf

MPs feeling the heat

Wanted: One selfless champion of democracy

Turned-off Canadians tuning out

Youth feel political disconnect

Media's role

Watchdogs or lapdogs

Risks of rewriting rules

Private tips help pry open doors

MPs ink secret deal on cash

Fiscal impact of Fed personnel expenses   .pdf

Minister breaks procedural

OTTAWA - Public Works Minister Judy Foote, the woman in charge of making sure public procurement is done properly and is supposed to control public spending on such purchases, threw all the rules out the window as she was renovating her office after the Liberals took power.  (Rebel)

Auditing the auditors

Money missing from embassy

MP loses post

Tyrone Benskin 

Government vehicles

Jaffer blames everyone but himself   

Sponsorship scandal    

'Clerical errors'

Gordon Campbell

Campbell's hospitality tab

Credit card in Vegas  

Sleeping bag defence  

Ethics rules broken   

Paradis report   .pdf     Christian Paradis  

Ethics watchdog taking a look

Paradis sure he will be cleared  

More contradictions  

Governor General's flight cost $175K 

Gillani to tell MPs his story

Jaffer promoted projects in 7 federal agencies

Giving lobbyists a bad name

Jaffer used wife's office for business  

Giving lobbyists a bad name  

4th minister acknowledges contact

Watchdog launches inquiry  

Tighter lobbying rules

Cabinet ministers to skip hearings 

Self promotion 

Party donors get contracts

Tory MPs not linked to contract probe

Minister defends appearance as guest

Gillani fraud charges withdrawn  


'Drugs and stock fraud'

Probe centres around cocaine

PI $13M in debt

How to get federal 'green' cash

Jaffer's partner: Life being 'destroyed'

How to get federal 'green' cash  

Helena Guergis   Rahim Jaffer

More of the story

Derek Lee 

Languages of Canada   

RCMP probe $9M contract

'No substance' 

Guergis,Jaffer dined with Nazim

Guergis out of cabinet  

Tough-on-crime sentence for ex-MP

Drunk driving charges dropped


Case heads for plea bargain   

Ex-Mp shaken by cocaine arrest

Airport tantrum

What is a conflict of interest?

Lobbyist charged

Cronyism   Cronyism rampant

BC's lobbyist tracker needs big fixes

ON expands dysfunctional system

TORONTO - In an attempt to meet SCC deadlines for timely trials, Ontario announced an expansion of its criminal justice system, adding 13 judges, 32 assistant Crown attorneys, 16 duty counsel serving accused people and 26 court staff.   (Globe & Mail)  

ON to tackle delays by hiring more

ON doctors threaten job action

Broken system 'solution'

80/20 ruleResponse to AG report

Ontario's biggest political donors  

Ridership spikes after fare reduction 

Defence documents

Hospital fires exec

Another hospital linked

Vas Georgiou

Cashing in on services budget

Canadian tuitions among world's highest

Unions spent $6.5M on elections

Why the teachers unions' rule

OPP investigating councillor   Justin Di Ciano

Judge reinstates union president

Union reinstates some 

TTC union heads fired

Audit finds waste

Audit of city cleaning services Part 1   Part 2


Empty airport express

Union-Pearson Express

Legal battle goes to arbitration

Education workers contract extension

Doctors, province return to bargaining table   

Fishing trip 'guest'

Raises for the entitled

Decline in experience

On track to modernize university funding

Focus funding on quality rather than quantity

Teachers well paid

Education at a glance 2015  

Teacher union's $65M fund

Payouts now top $7.1M



TTC fare increase

AG to probe payouts to teachers unions 

Cost less than estimated

TCHC CEO out  

TCHC back into scandal

Climate of fear

Budget target at significant risk

Government paid off unions

Corrupt is the word  

Union paid for labour peace

Confidential document   .pdf

An Entitlement too far?

$498M to build 30 new schools 

Price of goodwill with teachers

List needs more sunlight  

Sorry state of our unions  

TTC billing


Info leak

TCHC report

Audit uncovers

TDSB cracking down

You check out the TDSB 

TDSB trustees  

Entitled beat wage-freeze

Class-action lawsuit

Fired among highest paid


Bureaucrats are doing well

'Evidence of wrongdoing'

Mayor says 'millions' involved   

Severance set out in contracts

Entitled buyout  

Association head defends salaries  

Benefits strain budget 

Just the beginning

Star: TDSB spending  

Politics behind decision

Province renews contract

Price a bit high

Costly work order data

TDSB was warned

Star: TDSB spending  

TDSB   Toronto District School Board  

Who made what  

PS salary for 2011      

'Possible corruption' 


Hospital execs contracts revealed  

New union  


Union vows to push

Kindergarten check-list


Government employee sick time  

Computer project balloons

Doctors' salaries

'Social responsibility' = tax increase

Game changing for 'wise elites'

HST will hit Ontario household budgets

Funding 'a real issue' 

Dire message for Ontario

Welcome to reality  

Austerity czar wants to curb spending

ON needs to take its medicine

Happy New Year Ontario  

Premier doesn't see MP/lobbyist conflict   

Lobbyist scandal  

Taxpayers paying for lobbyists   

Powering up HST pitch

HST backlash fears

Gee they noticed

Cut HST to 11%

Quebec to hike fees & taxes

Ontario reviews asset sales  

Can't stop the tax 

Enjoy your tax cut

Most Canadians to pay more taxes & fees 

Province set to pinch pocketbooks

Ontario passes HST bill

McGuninty defends HST as job creator

More ‘good management at competitive rates’

McGuinty defends pay hike  

McGuinty blamed for wage hikes  

Police board was overly generous  

Defending $5.2M police paid duty perk  

TPS votes on 4 year, 11.5% pay hike  

Ontario's eHealth scraps raises and bonuses  

Bonus & raise time at eHealth Ontario 

Toronto hikes fines & fees

Ontario budget shortfall balloons to $6.4B

Sunshine on suspended officers

TORONTO - At least 12 police officers in ON earned more than $100,000 each in 2016 while sitting at home for most or all of the year, suspended over criminal charges yet collecting their full pay.   (CBC) 

ON sunshine list   OPG  

Ontario sunshine list 2016

Ways to make $100K  

Sun shines on public servants

Doctors are not on the list

'Net Zero' = $300M


Dalton McGuinty  

McGuinty officially stepping down

Pols need exit strategy

Budget shortfall

Charges stayed

TTC workers accused

OPG fires 3

Report highlights ServiceOntario mistakes

Black hole in sunshine list

Excess at OPG


Auditor's report a wake-up call for entitled

Criminal probe

Staff broke the law

For public service $100K isn't a lot of money 

'Free' tuition, isn't

Dirty campaign

LIUNA local 183

List overlooks private contractors

Sunshine list drives salaries up, not down

OPG to pay $3.4M to fire 3 execs

Union exec quits

Transit officers fired

Lobbyists provided talking points

PS sick days cost $1B a year  

Another loophole closed

Canada's bureaucratic heritage  

Public service deal

'Outrageous' generosity with PS union  

Secret civil servant wage hike slammed

Fired official rehired

Sick days costing

Cash funneled to construction union   

Employee, union reps charged

TTC   Metrolinx   Crosstown LRT 

How to avoid raise headlines

Ontario public servants hit with wage freeze

Entitled class-action suit

Public Service has been good for us

2009-2010 annual report

Take the cultural elitist test

A government job is a government job

TTC has been good for us  

Public service has been good for us

Ottawa to cut 245 patronage positions  

McGuinty defends growth of salaries

TTC art consultant

PS braces

Minor wholesale price   

No freeze on spending for PM's own

Broke Toronto 'finds' $100M  

Universities shelling out top dollar

Severance a 'sweetheart'

Mental health overhaul

Government a crapshoot

Utilities donating to political parties

$747K a bargain

OLG files countersuit

Watchdog focuses on consultant

Staff accused

Consultants cost ‘$1M a day’

Private club tax deal

Public service has been good for us

Big bucks in public service

Michael Fortier  

Rosdev Group

Ontario's $647M boondoggle

Bureaucrat pay loophole to close

Bureaucrats skirt rules to hide huge salaries

Cancer Care CEO defends agency's record

Healthy severance for Ontario bigwigs

New eHealth revelations

'I'm the scapegoat'

Overpayment on disability benefits a way of life

$45M saving claim was less than $1M

Millions wasted

City replaces stairs

TORONTO - Mayor Tory says the city will build new steps down a heavily-used embankment at an Etobicoke park after a resident got frustrated with staff's insistence that the job would cost up to $150,000 and decided to tackle it himself.  On Friday morning, city crews were at Tom Riley Park to remove an 8-step wooden staircase that retired mechanic Adi Astl built for $550 with the help of a homeless person.  (CP24)  


City takes down park staircase

Toronto rebukes man 

Light on entitled city spending

Threat no bureaucrat can abide  

Red tape

FORT MCMURRAY - Some 5 months after the wildfires that devastated Fort McMurray were extinguished, anger over red tape and the slow pace of insurance payouts and permit issuance is flaring in the remote northern Canadian city.  (Reuters)  

Fort McMurray wildfire  

Role models  

Mayor and council  

Wildfire reviews released  

Review of the 2016 Horse River wildfire   .pdf

KPMG Post-incident assessment  .pdf

Charged with extortion

THUNDER BAY - Mayor Keith Hobbs, 65, and his wife, Marisa Hobbs, 53, have each been charged with extortion and obstructing justice.  Mary Voss, 46, has also been charged with extortion.  In May OPP charged Thunder Bay police Chief J.P. Levesque with breach of trust and obstructing justice.   (CBC)  


Mayor charged

Hobbs charged

OPP charge mayor


Cloud darkens

Patronage hiring at Crown corp

SYDNEY - John Lynn, the CEO of Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation, seriously breached the corporation's code of conduct when he hired 4 Conservative-affiliated people without competition or proof of merit, according to Canada's integrity commissioner.    (CBC)   

Official 'terminated'

ECBC case report May 2014

A cancer on our system

Ethics probe


ECBC head fires back

 Municipal spending report card

TORONTO - The report card graded the 20 largest municipalities in Ontario based on an number of spending and taxation indicators, including spending on highly-paid staff and property taxes.  (CTF) 

Ontario municipal report card  .pdf  

BC Municipal spending watch  .pdf

Federation of Canadian Municipalities     

Councils face fines for meeting in secret

How powerful are BC's municipal 'super PACs'

BC municipalities want carbon-tax revenue

Municipal spending climbs 80% since 2000

Municipalities need to be reigned in

Municipalities want more money

National infrastructure report card

'Least co-operative' city council

Worker paid under table

OTTAWA - A third foreign worker illegally hired by Ruby Dhalla's family has stepped forward with complaints of being severely overworked and underpaid.  Lyle Alvarez, 32, says the MP for Brampton-Springdale promised she would try to help her stay in Canada as a live-in caregiver if she passed a tryout as a housekeeper at the family's Mississauga home.  (Toronto Star)

Ruby Dhalla

Mother a world traveller


Nanny troubles

Plan to curb nanny abuse

Dhalla case not closed

Image takes a beating

Political agendas everywhere

Found guilty

TORONTO - Former Ontario premier Dalton McGuinty's chief of staff David Livingston has been found guilty of destroying government records and of using deception to obtain special access to computer hard drives in the premier's office. (Globe & Mail)  

4 months   4 months

Victory for common sense

Saboteur should sing   

Ontario power plant scandal   



Crown dismisses 1 charge

Postmedia Coverage   

Wynne tries to find carbon 'sweet spot'

Sinners will pay

2016 Ontario budget

Highlights of budget

31 things to know

Budget graphics

'Service' fees to rise

OMERS report 6.7% return for workers  

ON owes $315B

Kathleen Wynne

Bad books

ON government understates deficit by billions

New potential tax dollars

KPMG new tax list

City of Toronto Revenue options study   .pdf

Games cost

Games came in under budget

Full audit needed 

More money

ON 2013-14 deficit $10.5B   


Premier seeks $2M in libel suit 

Hard drives deleted

$7M bonus plan

Budget surprises

Wynne raps organizers over expense spending

2015 Pan American Games

Ian Troop 

Games were good for us

Impact of higher rates on servicing gov't debt 

Wynne defends bonuses 

Black market windfall

Canada Lands to oversee

OTTAWA - In the wake of an expense scandal that rocked the board of directors of the Old Port of Montreal last spring, the popular tourism attraction is being placed under new management.  (CTV)  

Old Port of Montreal

CEO grill over spending


CEO accused

Mission of luxury

Canada Lands Company


Admin costs keep rising

OTTAWA - Spending on headquarters administration at National Defence was 27% higher in the first half of the last budget year, despite the Harper government's insistence the department cut overhead, according to the most recent quarterly forecast by the parliamentary budget office.  (CP) 

'Extraordinary' change

Military makeover

Flight logs

MacKay took military jet  

Challenger 'true' costs  

No apology 


Walter Natynczyk

19th annual Teddy awards 

OTTAWA - The Canadian Taxpayers Federation held its 19th annual Teddy Waste Awards ceremony, celebrating the best of the worst in government waste from the past year.  Federal Teddy Winner: The CRA for paying an employee $538,000 in moving expenses.  Provincial Winner: Ontario's Electric Vehicle Incentive Program.  Municipal Winner: The City of Victoria's Blue Bridge.  Lifetime Achievement: Government of Ontario for its mishandling of the energy file.   (CTF)

Backgrounder 2017   .pdf

18th annual Teddy awards

17th annual government waste awards

2015 Teddy Waste Awards Background   .pdf

16th annual awards winners

15th annual Teddy winners

14th annual Teddy winners

13th Annual 'Teddy' awards

12th Annual Teddies waste awards

Keep the change

Taxpayers group reveals winners

Canadian Taxpayers Federation


Governance oversight issues

In a joint report released, the auditors general for NS, NB, NL, and PEI say changes are needed to the legislation and regulations that govern the Atlantic Lottery Corporation.   (Global)

Joint audit Atlantic Lottery Corporation   .pdf

Need to improve governs

Audit finds political interference, spending  

Atlantic Lottery Corporation

GeoSweep gamble



Regulators probe exec pay

Woodbine Entertainment Group   AGCO

Tab for scrapping slots

Insider win

Lottery 'winner' cuts a deal

$400M isn't enough

Ontario Harness Horse Association

Response to Ontario's 5-year plan

Province gives horse racing industry $400M

Insider' jackpots hit $198M

Gaming body to probe suspicious wins

Police foil plot to kill lotto winners

Police find conflict of interest

Fired lotto chief 'in shock'

Lottery instant scratch tickets under scrutiny

Conflict concerns 

Debate driven by self-interest

Casino money   

$3.6M sent offshore

Panel has been good for us

Cost of horse racing review panel

John Wilkinson

Lottery rigging

Hot Lotto fraud scandal 

Lottery 'winners'

Exec committee approves downtown casino

Lobbyists face scrutiny

Wynn latest to check out casino

Oxford Properties Group casino proposal  

MGM eyes Casino

Exhibition Place

Crown corporations of Canada  

It's mine

Police seek winner  

BCLC sued again

Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission

Interprovincial Lottery Corporation

John Snobelen 

Elmer Buchanan 

OLG recalling Bingo tickets

ALC under-reported insider wins

Code to scratch lottery tickets cracked

Cracking the scratch lottery code 

Toronto votes down downtown casino

Casino debate enters 2nd day

Guilty plea

Store owner guilty

Probe ordered

BCLC ups online gambling limit

Gamble pays off

Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation

Western Canada Lottery Corporation

Deputy Ministers' entitlements

OTTAWA - The average bonus handed out to deputy ministers for 2014-15 by the Harper's government was $21,211 - the highest average amount since 2003-04.  Base salaries for deputy ministers in 2015 ranged from $192,600 to $326,500.   (CBC)  

Government and private sector compensation

Public service is good

Entitled keep getting richer

Appointees pay back

Boards of Referees

Not enough work

Keeping democracy at arms length  

Party has been good to us

Gift store open to government elites 

No one is controlling costs

Tribunal hearings secrecy

TORONTO - When attending a public hearing at the Ontario Labour Relations Board, lots of personal information, including names and employment history, is said out in the open.   (Toronto Star)  

Unions take gov't to court

Sid Ryan  


Bills pile up

Entitled class deal  

Ontario Federation of Labour




Hospital union fraud   CUPE Local 786  

Fanatical students don't see racism

Academic boycott of Israel takes off in Canada

Israel: Universities helping IDF to be boycotted

CUPE vote to boycott Israeli universities

Jewish groups slam boycott

Unions decline in private sector

Labour leaders on the state of unions

What about the 20%

CUPE suggesting members reject offer  

Union wage demands put pressure on

Labour force survey, July 2012

Global debt clock

Pierre Poilievre  

Rights complaint

Government work has been good for us

Federal Public Sector compensation

Ottawa's driven minority




Ryan rebuked

Thorny world of Ryan and Semrau

CUPE chief apologizes

Ottawa slams CUPE


Conference Board of Canada  

Executive pay kept secret   

Union mounts legal battle


Something is wrong with the labour code

Public-sector and private-sector wages  .pdf

Canadian Union of Public Employees

BC municipal election donations

Prime Time Crime

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