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“This work should be done in-house,” Thomas said. “Compared to these private companies, we really can do it better and cheaper in the public sector.” — Warren (Smokey) Thomas, OPSEU President
After many years of promising that our city will become fully Presto-integrated, the TTC is finally making a move toward phasing out the tokens. Tokens give way to Presto starting next year on TTC | Toronto Starwww.thestar.comBy mid-2017, the TTC will no longer accept tickets and tokens.
More and more the evidence points to the fact that selling off Hydro One will be a huge boost to the banks and big corporations.
“I don’t know what’s more offensive about this privatization: that your government has no mandate whatsoever to do it; or that your government has refused to even contemplate sustainable revenue options that would allow the province not only to fund new infrastructure projects but to pay for the public services we need as well.” OPSEU […]
If you missed OPSEU Pres. Smokey Thomas this morning on @newstalk1010, read his challenge to @Kathleen_Wynne here http://ow.ly/ODPB8 OPSEU president challenges Wynne to defend Hydro One salewww.torontosun.comPremier Kathleen Wynne and her government will be on high alert this summer responding to Pan Am gridlock headlines.
From Liberals’ lack of info selling HydroOne, what is it that Wynne doesn’t want the public to know? #KeepHydroPublic http://ow.ly/ODMU0 Why so mum on Hydro One, premier?www.torontosun.comHere’s what Ontario Liberal leader and future premier Dalton McGuinty had to say in 2002 about then Progressive Conservative premier Ernie Eves’…
After a long and difficult round of negotiations, a tentative agreement has been reached with Canadian Blood Services that contains wage increases and improved contract language.
The Saskatchewan Government and General Employees’ Union (SGEU) celebrated National Aboriginal Day by marking its service to the province’s Aboriginal community with the addition of two major entities in its membership fold.
Smokey Thomas challenges Kathleen Wynne to a debate on the merits of selling HydroOne. Catch him live on Newstalk 1010 at 11:05am #onpoli