COVID-19 union response brief and discussion points
While some people are convinced that COVID-19 does not affect them, it is important to remember that everyone has a role to play to limit contagion. COVID-19 has the potential to directly affect the ability of the union to operate effectively, and to advance the interest of our members. This note outlines analysis and recommendations for union leadership on orientation to building a response to COVID-19 within the union.
On June 9th, the Ottawa community pressed the board for a public downtown library
Concerned residents and community groups filled the Ottawa city council chambers on June 9th as the Ottawa Public Library Board made key decisions on a new central library branch.
Jean-Claude Parrot: My response to Three MP's Statements on CUPW
In a statement made by Tory MP Mark Adler he said that a CUPW newsletter was radical propaganda. He was supported by two other MP’S, Steven Fletcher and Bob Rae. The statement also claims that CUPW use of public funds for the trip of Ruth Breen of the Atlantic region to Palestine.
A bad budget for the future of post-secondary education, research and job training | Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT)
(Ottawa – March 21, 2013) The budget announced today by the Federal Government short changes post-secondary education, further diminishes Canada’s research capacity, and undermines training opportunities, according to the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT).
“On the same day that some of Canada’s world-renowned research projects, like the Experimental Lakes Area, are in process of being dismantled because of last year’s federal budget cuts, the new budget makes matters worse,” said James L.
Liberals engage in political double-speak to sell private health care to New Brunswickers.
Once again we see that the current NB Liberal Government does not understand the word ‘democracy’, nor does it understand that it is expected to govern in the interests of the people, not private business.
Their inequality and ours | Citizens' Press
There is a big difference between the reasons that socialists/leftists bring up inequality and the reasons liberals are concerned with it. However, many on the left seem unable to articulate the difference well enough to distinguish ourselves from liberals when it comes to how we should deal with inequality. There is a cost to this confusion as people are unable to distinguish between the politics of the solutions presented.