Monday, October 03, 2011

Another good bill

Tory MP Russ Hiebert is introducing a private members bill to make union finances more transparent. This is an excellent idea. The left finances itself with government money and mandatory union dues. It is time to make this clear to union members, many of whom do not support the socialist agendas of many of their leaders.


The Conservatives are set to take another hit at labour organizations, this time through a private member’s bill designed to force Canada’s unions to open their books to the public.

The legislation is set to be tabled in the House on Monday afternoon by Conservative MP Russ Hiebert, who has won a draw allowing him to be the first parliamentarian to present his private member’s bill.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Congrats to the member and the Tories' intention to open ledgers and accounts. It's more than moving in the right direction. It actually will establish the best government possible in the times to come. It's long overdue.

Another proposal that's long overdue given the tech age predicted it at its onset -- every job classification shared by a team of two, making three day workweeks finally possible as a standard. The health benefits to individuals/families, not to mention commuter problems eased in urban centres, would rise exponentially. Appropriate living wages/salaries would have to be worked out. But unemployment would be halved with such an initiative. Smart companies/CEOs should view the above as a 'smart solution' and a depression busting bold initiative.

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