The history of Canadian labor economics
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- Canada's federal government is not
serious about job creation
- Press release from Canadian Labor Congress (CLC), 27
November 1995. Liberal government's committment to
neoliberalism vs. full employment.
- UI changes promote low wage
- Press release by Canadian Labour Congress, 1 December
1995. Liberal government attacks unemployment insurance as
means to reduce wage levels.
- Canadian companies warned of worker
- By Irene Marushko, Reuters, Thursday 7 December 2000. A
shortage of skilled labor could curb growth rates at
booming Canadian firms. Statistics Canada, in its
quarterly report on industrial capacity utilization, said
firms could face production constraints because they could
not find workers.
- New Economy, Same Old Pink Slips
- By Jim Stanford, Canadian Auto Workers, CAW/TCA,
No.39, 3 July 2001. Apparently it doesn't matter how
smart you are, or how up-to-date your
capital. Whether you work in the new economy or the
old economy, you stand a good chance of being shown the
exit when your employer's bottom line starts to