August 05, 2016

CP’s CEO got the tax hikes he wanted — and 2000 of his workers got laid off

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

Hunter Harrison, a Tennessee-born railwayman, is the CEO of Canadian Pacific Railway. Shortly after Rachel Notley and her NDP destroyers were elected, Harrison generously volunteered to pay a carbon tax. He called it part of his duty as a good corporate citizen.

Last night on my show, I looked at what's happened since CP's been taxed (and taxed and taxed) by his new NDP friends...

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commented 2016-08-05 14:18:44 -0400
A good corporate citizen would have been criticizing this insane tax. He should have been calling out the lies of the man made climate change sycophants. Good corporate schill, not good corporate citizen. Fucking corporate leech may be a better moniker for him.

DJBT and the usuals
commented 2016-08-05 14:11:06 -0400
He was paid handsomely to destroy jobs! Anyone making that kind of coin could careless about laying off employees, to further the agenda.
commented 2016-08-05 13:41:05 -0400
CEO’s, like Harrison, receive increases in their bank accounts in the Cayman Islands, courtesy of $$$ from Saudi and other “unethical” oil producing countries, along with $$$ from US oil companies.
This money is to ensure the CEO espouses taxes and green agenda statements and policies designed to stifle and reduce the production of ethical Canadian oil and to assure the foreign supply coming from their countries and companies is not reduced. Corporate greed and protectionism, pure and simple.
…just a theory
commented 2016-08-05 13:37:51 -0400
Stupid is as Stupid Does – Forrest Gump
commented 2016-08-05 13:02:45 -0400
No biggie, CPs biggest income is freighting coal from Sparwood BC to Vancouver and then to Japan on their ships – CEOs don’t make deals to buy political influence as they did with Nutley unless they know whatever is taken out the front side of the biz is more than made up for by what comes in the back channels subsidiaries.