April 16, 2016

Notley to HIRE 3260 NEW government workers, “all paying union dues to their real masters”

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

One of the "highlights" of the Alberta NDP budget is Rachel Notley's decision to hire new unionized public sector employees.

Alberta’s unemployment rate is a whopping 7.9% — but Notley has already hired 47,000 new government workers, and just announced 3,260 more more.

So no lay-offs or attrition. Instead, ten net new hires a day, every day, all year.

All paying union dues to the real masters of Alberta.

All being paid out of an ever-shrinking private sector tax base…

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commented 2016-04-30 00:50:06 -0400
Notley has hired 47,000 new government workers. This does not even begin to pass a “sniff test”. That would be about new hires of 1.5 times the current government workforce. There is zero credibility here.
commented 2016-04-29 13:19:06 -0400
Notley has all ready hired 47,000 govt. employees and now wants to hire 3,200 more, whats wrong with this story? If any one believes what this weirdo is trying to say then you are just as crazy as he is.
commented 2016-04-17 00:34:21 -0400
Just wait until the NDP gerrymander the ridings to reduce the number of rural ridings and increase those in Edmonton. I have it on good authority that rural ridings can be reduced by four or more, while Edmonton could see in increase of eight to ten ridings by redistribution.

Rigging the distribution of ridings to stay in power? That’s another example of Notley’s Third-World thinking.
commented 2016-04-16 19:45:47 -0400
They’re buying votes to try and stay in power, and borrowing the money to pay them which the rest of the suckers will have to pay back.
commented 2016-04-16 16:24:07 -0400
apposed is supposed to be “opposed”.
commented 2016-04-16 16:23:18 -0400
Well Donald, possibly. Socialism is just a minor step before communism.

What is the primary characteristic of Notley’s policies that indicate communism as apposed to socialism?
commented 2016-04-16 15:05:08 -0400
Peter Netterville , Would you agree that the policies being adopted in Alberta are more like communism than socialism?
commented 2016-04-16 14:00:49 -0400
All socialist governments increase the size of and pander to the public sector because they know they can depend upon the selfishness of people to vote for what is best for them even if it screws others. It is an unfortunate characteristic of all people, and the socialist governments have their doctorates in manipulating that part of humanity.
commented 2016-04-16 12:27:49 -0400
there may be another round of lay offs after the new Edmonton arena is finished in September. many of the contractors are worried about that. just on that project alone there are about 1000 people working there and they don’t know what will happen when the work runs out. this is not a public sector job, everything is all subcontracted out by PCL. the workers are thankful they still have work for now and for that we can be grateful that the Katz group has made work possible for these people. i can only hope that more large entrepreneurs will will be able to start projects and keep these big contractors going and prevent more potential lay offs from happening. the arena dose provide jobs currently and will provide many more within the arena and in the downtown area so this is an important project.
commented 2016-04-16 12:01:34 -0400
Right now Alberta’s “Listener Supported Radio Station”, CKUA, is in a fund drive. Immediately after the provincial budget, and I think the first fund drive after the two NDP budgets with a loss of 100 000 jobs minimum. It will be an interesting canary for charity in Alberta. Most of the Blues supporters were the riggers, that are no longer here. Most of the C & W fans have farms and ranches in financial trouble and that source will be dried up. Classical and jazz are probably retirees who are on fixed incomes and will have to decide to heat their homes or listen to radio. In short, it will be interesting to see if CKUA gets their goal this time like they always used to do easily. If not, it is a canary for other charities in the province.

I’m sure those extra 50,260 union workers will step up though, being the unselfish lot unionists are.
commented 2016-04-16 11:58:17 -0400
this is how liberal and ndp get elected, bloat the civil service and public union pay rolls ,promise lots of free stuff and pot and bingo you cant get rid of them ,they are like dog shit on the bottom of your shoe
commented 2016-04-16 11:49:14 -0400
All this crap with corrupt Marxist government don’t mean nothing. The economic collapse is coming very soon, could be weeks or months. The dollar won’t be worth the match to lite it on fire. Buy gold & silver in order to get through the collapse,NOW!! ( I mine my gold).
And when this happens where do you think our banksters and politicians are going to be…….. GONE. It will turn to anarchy and chaos with hyperinflation. Why do you think the liberals allowed Canada banks to allow “bail in’s”. Austrian banks are doing this right now!!!!! Do it now there is a run on the banks coming soon . Pull everything you got out of the banks and turn it into physical gold, you can’t go wrong either way. If you think people like Rachel Notley will help you…………Your fast asleep. And btw, the only thing that these banksters and politicians know how to turn this around is another world war.
Stay safe folks!!!!!!!!
commented 2016-04-16 11:43:55 -0400
I see Ron came out from under his rock for another WeePee.
Why 3600 extra government employees you ask?
Simply to process the extra work generated by the refugees showing up at the borders and processing their demands.
commented 2016-04-16 11:15:24 -0400
Going to be interesting if the ndp are finally defeated.

I wonder what will happen to those jobs?

Time to clean out the “snivel service” kill that union.

Where is the money going to come from to pay all those salaries?
commented 2016-04-16 11:13:50 -0400
Peter Netterville nailed it he was the best.
commented 2016-04-16 11:10:59 -0400
John Landry said, “A short drunk guy could run the province better!”

A short drunk guy did run the province better, much, much better! Ralph Klein was the best Premier Alberta had since Peter Lougheed. RIP Ralph, intelligent Albertans miss you!
commented 2016-04-16 10:54:39 -0400
Just what we need more gov workers, TO DO WHAT I AM SURE WE WILL HEAR ALL ABOUT THE SERVICES WE GET. Poor health care, a public school system more worried about transgender bathrooms than teaching the real skills. More bylaw aholes to punish dissenters, more accountants to take more of our money to pay for these aholes. Never ends the ndp are total idiots who have zero clue.
commented 2016-04-16 10:15:16 -0400
JOHN LANDRY commented 43 mins ago
A short drunk guy could run the province better!

Looking for a job are we?
commented 2016-04-16 09:31:09 -0400
A short drunk guy could run the province better!