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February 2007

Feb 13, 2007 - National Post
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Ken Georgetti

January 2007

Jan 29, 2007 - Western Standard
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Cyril Doll

November 2006

Nov 27, 2006 - Special to The Vancouver Sun
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Kevin Evans
Nov 3, 2006 - Letter to the Editor - the Vancouver Sun
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Jim Sinclair

October 2006

Oct 23, 2006 - Canadian HR Reporter
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Taking Sides:
Guest Commentaries by

John Mortimer, President, Canadian LabourWatch Association

No. It's just one more way unions deny employee rights

Jack Layton, Leader of the Federal NDP

Yes. It preserves the integrity of collective bargaining

October 10 - 16, 2006 - Business in Vancouver - issue 885
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Timothy Renshaw
Oct 9, 2006 - National Post
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John Mortimer

This month, the TWU starts taking Alberta Telus employees to small claims court. These employees crossed picket lines during last year's four-month Telus strike, resulting in a myriad of fines. To date, the union brass has pursued collection through its internal "kangaroo courts." It's now trying the "we'll-see-you-in-court technique" to pressure members to pay up.

September 2006

Sep 30, 2006 - CKNW 980 in Vancouver
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Sean Leslie, Len Shackleton and John Mortimer
Sep 29, 2006 - McGill Daily
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Francesca Allodi-Ross
Sep 28, 2006 - CHQR in Calgary
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Sterling Faux, Len Shackleton
Sep 27, 2006 - Submitted to The Economist
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John Mortimer
Sep 25, 2006 - Globe and Mail
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Bertrand Marotte
Sep 25, 2006 - AM940 in Montreal
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Beryl Wajsman, Len Shackleton and John Mortimer
Sep 23, 2006 - National Post
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Len Shackleton
Sep 20, 2006 - Owen Sound Sun Times
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John Mortimer
Sep 8, 2006 - Submitted to The Vancouver Sun
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John Mortimer
Sep 8, 2006 - Letter to the Editor - The Vancouver Sun
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Jim Sinclair
Sep 6, 2006 - The Sudbury Star
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John Mortimer
Sep 5, 2006 - Special to The Vancouver Sun
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John Mortimer
September 4, 2006 (Labour Day)
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John Mortimer
Sep 2, 2006 - The Vancouver Sun
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Milagros Palacios and Jason Clemens
September 2006 - Press Release
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LabourWatch

August 2006

Aug 31, 2006 - CNW
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LabourWatch Press Release

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