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  • Corey Boon
    November 08, 2010 - 10:25

    Unions and Negotiators. The terrible Joke! I find it nothing short of insane that so-called negotiators on both sides of an issue cannot find common ground to effect positive results for all parties involved. The first consideration must be that the Strikers themsleves are not professionally represented by their union! Unions have a well deserved negative reputation who are so out of touch with business reality that they cannot possibly represent workers. All these fools know is adversarial behaviour. The greatest pity is that Strikers and their families permit ignorant fools to represent them, putting them and their families in danger of financial jeopardy. They will never, ever regain their losses of the past 16 months with any kind of a raise they get now! Therein lies the ignorance of Union management! Negotiators! What negotiators? Negotiators - negotiate, and I don't see any of that happening. That is the responsibility of all concerned parties and as far as we can see, all of them are guilty of shirking that responsibility and simply implies that both sides could care less. Irresponsible? Completely!

  • Randy
    November 05, 2010 - 18:08

    No offence to ms bludderdale,but she has no clue about what she speaks.If there ever was a moronic,coat holding minister ,it s her nuff said ,they may trace me lol

  • nasty nate
    November 05, 2010 - 15:44

    The only two lights it has dimmed are the dimm-witted Union members and the profits to the Province. I am sure Vale is doing very, very well. When you have the employee's dictating terms to those that hire and pay them you have a problem.