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  • starr
    May 10, 2013 - 12:53

    How come no word or Rosanne Doody being fired yesterday?

  • gerry
    May 10, 2013 - 12:18

    take a lot at any large cooperation: many, & I mean a lot of jobs ,are 'part time', 'temporary', and are 'contract', not just public service jobs. ( less or benefits). It's a 'sign of times' & has been for awhile now. The whole system is ill: union, management & government....

  • Randy
    May 10, 2013 - 11:36

    NAPE said their little piece and are finished with the layoff issue now.The Dunderdome keep ticking along at the house and everything is back to normal except for those who are out of jobs and many in dire circumstances.These are the ones that have been forgotten once again.Keep paying those union dues if you have a job.The union leaders need to maintain their lifestyles.

  • frustrated
    May 10, 2013 - 11:16

    There is something the public should be aware of - not only have there been numerous layoffs, but the college has been keeping many of its instructors as temporary, therefore those instructors/staff don't get counted in the job loss numbers - however there are MANY of them in this situation, and they will all be out of work come late June (or earlier). The job loss is much higher than the numbers reported when we count those instructors in. Many of those instructors are relatively young and will likely have no choice but look for work outside of the province given the cuts to the education systems in this province leaving us with a brain drain once again. Is there a legitimate reason the Premier can't provide the numbers to support the cuts to these programs?

  • k
    May 10, 2013 - 10:30

    I wonder with oil at it;s price now what the deficit will be? No word from mouth pieces in cabinet. Also if the money that was overspent by nape should not of been spent more wisely. It became a repeat performance after 3 weeks. I would like to know how much was spent on all the advertisement inclusively.