August 17, 2017

REVEALED: Alberta NDP and unions craft labour laws in secret

Sheila Gunn ReidRebel Commentator
 

Documents uncovered by Keep Alberta Working show the NDP consulting with unions well in advance of drafting their recent changes to Alberta’s labour laws.

The documents show that the entire consultation process was fake, a complete and total masquerade of democracy.

While the public and business owners only got 36 days to consult on the sweeping changes to the labour code, the unions had been in meetings with the NDP for nine months before everyone else.

And in the end, the unions all got exactly what they wanted.

The directive came right out of the Premier’s office in the form of a “must do” list.

Watch my video to see the damning email trail uncovered by Keep Alberta Working.

But if this sort of sham consultation process from the NDP sounds familiar, that’s because it is.

It is exactly what happened with Bill 6. Consultations for that law started almost immediately after the NDP took power, but not with farmers. The first seat at the table was granted to the NDP’s pals in the Alberta Federation of Labour months before Alberta farmers ever knew what was happening.

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commented 2017-08-18 20:39:20 -0400
Those who didn’t realise from the beginning that the NDP were a wholly owned subsidiary of the unions were naive. In addition, we can expect for the next two years a continuation of loading boards with NDP activists, the hiring of NDP adherents into the public service – setting up a generation of lifer socialist bureaucrats, and sweetheart union deals like no fire clauses and extended benefit packages. That presents the opportunity for the new UCP government to dedicate themselves to cleaning house by cleaning out the public sector parasites, reversing NDP legislation such as this immediately upon being elected. This crackdown on the unions can help adjust the disparities between the public sector and the private sector who pays for it. And after the abuses of this union run government, the readjustment will have the support of the public. What goes around comes around.
commented 2017-08-17 20:12:01 -0400
SHEILA, SHEILA, SHEILA, is there a good reason you put those Dorian Grey-like portraits of that cronish old hag up with your articles on ‘her’, and full screen? “Oh the horror!”
Your words and facts are enough girl, give us a break. It’s traumatizing. Have you heard of PTSD

Sorry, I can’t add anything intelligent as a comment that hasn’t already been said except my ad hominem attack against all the corruption showing on that – well not lady, how about that female’s face – although, these days one never can tell…even if Rachel had an ample décolletage…maybe her union overseer-husband likes the dissolute, older male form…
commented 2017-08-17 19:41:32 -0400
DEBORAH
That’s also very true
I just wanted our fellow REBELS from other provinces and countries to know of their past history in Alberta
commented 2017-08-17 18:24:43 -0400
No mention of bill six?
commented 2017-08-17 18:17:40 -0400
Most Ontarians think the Province never recovered from the Ray NDP era and they never went as far as Notley has gone with her stats union thug government.
They don’t need to be defeated
They need to be obliterated.
commented 2017-08-17 18:11:47 -0400
Lloyd – that’s very true. I just meant that they’ve had full control since the labour lawyer Rachel took office.
commented 2017-08-17 17:41:21 -0400
These unions have been running Alberta for longer then that
I remember I the 90s when RALPH would straiten them out from time to time , the screaming was long and loud , I even had the cops called on me because I was listening to RUTHERFORD RADIO up on the roof being busy plying my trade , some nurse could hear RUTHERFORD through her window
commented 2017-08-17 16:34:57 -0400
Well surprise, surprise – NOT! The unions have been running AB since Rachel was elected.
commented 2017-08-17 15:59:00 -0400
This is what communists do because its the union goons that put them in power.