Striking Diplomats Score One Against Harper

And once again let’s link to the good ol’ CBC:

The federal government has been bargaining in bad faith in its negotiations with striking diplomats, the Public Service Labour Relations Board ruled on Friday.┬áThe government “violated its duty to bargain collectively in good faith and make every reasonable effort to enter into a collective agreement,” concluded the board.

There was a link in this morning’s Top 6 to a story on this ongoing scrap between Harper’s shitty, name-calling government and Canada’s diplomats. I thought I better share this update. And I have.

Now back to work. Those Friday afternoon kitties won’t post themselves.

Author: Stephen Whitworth

Prairie Dog editor Stephen Whitworth was carried to Regina in a swarm of bees. He's been with Prairie Dog since May 1999 and will die at his keyboard before admitting his career a terrible, terrible mistake.

4 thoughts on “Striking Diplomats Score One Against Harper”

  1. “…namecalling…” Now, let’s see if the pot is calling the kettle black. Why, yes! See the post on “Wolfcop” several items earlier.
    Looks like you and “Bob Smith” have ground in common.

  2. Barb, you silly goose. The Government of Canada is held to different standards* than Regina’s rascally alternative newspaper.

    *Not better, just different.

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