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.