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December 2012

Dec 3, 2012 - Huffington Post
Terrance Oakey

November 2012

Nov 4, 2012 - The Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada
Gary Corbett
Nov 2, 2012 - National Post
Craig McInnes

October 2012

Oct 22, 2012 - National Post
John Mortimer
Oct 15, 2012 - National Post
Sean Tucker and Andrew Stevens
Oct 2, 2012 - Vancouver Sun
David Coles

September 2012

Sep 17, 2012 - National Citizens Coalition
Peter Coleman
Sep 17, 2012 - Vancouver Sun
Terrance Oakey
Sep 15, 2012 - National Post
Marc Roumy
Sep 11, 2012 - National Post
John Ivison
Sep 10, 2012 - Vancouver Sun
Peter O'Neil
Sep 6, 2012 - National Post
Ken Lewenza & Dave Coles

August 2012

Aug 3, 2012 - Calgary Herald
Terrance Oakey

July 2012

Jul 3, 2012 - National Citizens Coalition
Peter Coleman

June 2012

Jun 25, 2012 - The Star
Kevin Donovan and Moira Welsh
Jun 21, 2012 - CJAD 800AM in Montreal
CJAD 800 AM - The Tommy Schnurmacher Show

May 2012

12/12/2011 - National Citizens Coalition
Peter Coleman

In Canada, unions and trade groups are afforded some of the most lucrative tax benefits in the entire world. What's more, these same unions are free to contribute unlimited amounts of money to political messaging and advocacy - and union members are left in the dark about how their own money is being spent. Whether we look to the United States, Europe, or Australia, Canada lags far behind the international standard for union disclosure.

May 6, 2012 - Toronto Star
Tony Van Alphen

March 2012

12/12/2011 - Sun News
Christina Blizzard

Crestview, the lobbying firm founded by Hudak’s campaign manager, Mark Spiro, has been hired by large labour organizations to lobby the federal Conservative government about legislation that would hobble their ability to fund political campaigns such as Working Families, that devastated Hudak’s political ambitions in the last election.

12/12/2011 - Sun News
Kris Sims

A proposed private member's bill that would compel unions to disclose their spending is causing ripples in Canada's labour community.

Bill C-377 - put forward by Conservative MP Russ Hiebert -- would reveal how labour groups use funds collected through union dues.

February 2012

Feb 9, 2012 - Toronto Star
Robert Benzie

December 2011

12/12/2011 - The Star
Tony Van Alphen

Two of the country’s most prominent unions are quietly holding merger talks in what could become the biggest consolidation in Canadian labour history.

In a response to harder times for organized labour in a tough economy, leaders of the Canadian Auto Workers union and the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers union revealed Thursday that discussions have started and will probably accelerate during the next few months.

12/12/2011 - Dave Cole's Blog - CEP Website
Dave Coles

On December 5th Russ Hiebert, Conservative MP for South Surrey-White Rock-Cloverdale, B.C. introduced Bill C-377 an act to make union books public. You might remember in early November his previous bill C-317, on the exact same topic had to be withdrawn due to parliamentary procedures and didn’t even make it to second reading. It must have been a big defeat for Mr. Hiebert given he had the coveted 1st spot on the private members bills priority list and now it’s back again (at the bottom of the pile) with a new name and a few changes (he can’t introduce the same thing it’s against the rules).

12/05/2011 - The National Post
Terrance Oakey

For organizations that claim they have nothing to hide, Canada’s big labour unions definitely don’t act like it.

Take the saga of Conservative MP Russ Hiebert’s recent private member’s bill which, if passed, would have obliged labour unions to regularly and publicly file statements of their finances. This is a basic level of transparency and accountability that applies to Canadian charities, for instance, as a condition of their preferred federal tax status.

November 2011

11/06/2011 -
Tim Harper

The move by the Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada — the people who police our food safety, monitor the ozone layer and the threat of invasive species, protect the security of your personal information and forecast the weather — have, in effect, fired the first shot in the coming war.


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