Tag Archives: Employment

Conservatives ‘Economic Action Plan’

…. screwing Canadians out of work one job at a time. Economic Action Plan In Alberta, more so than any other province in Canada, there are fewer and fewer jobs going to Canadians and more and more going to foreigners. … Continue reading

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Bad Job? “There is no bad job”

Oh yes, there is…. What’s the Worst Job You Ever Had? A response to Jim Flaherty saying “There is no bad job” It’s not even about whether a job is bad or not……there should be jobs out there for those … Continue reading

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VIDEO: “If Canada is a land of opportunity….”

Land of Opportunity These days you don’t have to be an immigrant to be facing these situations, now do you?   Careful. We don’t want to learn from this. from John Prince

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Jason Kenney: Keeping the “price of labour” contained

…. for multinational corporations. Price of Labour It’s bastards like this guy who are suppose to be working for us and instead is working for the multi-national corporations selling both our people and country down the drain. Yet Another Reason … Continue reading

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Down and Out….

…. in the ‘beautiful’ Crowsnest Pass. Life not good when you’re no longer ‘Economically Viable’ Went to the social services office at the Provincial Building today to see about getting some help as my resources have dried up and the … Continue reading

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Blogging Update….

…. and Job Search Notification. What’s up? As a Realtor, and recently as a Mayoral candidate, I found myself spending a lot of time behind a computer and therefore was able to find time to do quite a bit of … Continue reading

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Conservatives Ignore Average Middle-Income Families

Goodale commentary: Conservatives Ignore Average Middle- Income Families Whenever Stephen Harper is confronted with the daily pressures on average Canadian families, he resorts to cold, irrelevant comparisons. Just be content that the Americans are doing worse, he says. Conservatives admit the … Continue reading

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PRINCE FOR MAYOR

Mayor’s Chair Based on my track record, it will probably come as a surprise to some that for sometime now I have struggled with the decision on whether I should run again, or not? In the past, there was no … Continue reading

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