Justin's daddy took Canada from debt free to where we now owe hundreds of billions on our national debt.
That Justin Trudeau, son of Pierre Trudeau who was prime minister of Canada in the 1970s-ish. That's also plain false. World War II and "the Great War" created Canada's national debt, just like nearly every other western country.
He gave government employees the right to strike. Now we are constantly being blackmailed into giving raises far above industry standards.
During Trudeau's tenure as PM, the federal public employees won the fight utilize freedom to association (the basis for forming a union) in federal court. Not given to them by anyone. Unless you think politicians should restrict who is allowed to get together to form a corporation (an association for profit), why should the government have the right to treat its employees any differently than other employees? Save for the exemptions for RCMP officers and Canadian Forces (solders) by the courts.
Given how many facts you have been mistaken about so far, your view doesn't hold much sway with me.
Bollocks regard above industry standards for pay. I make ~20% less than private sector equivalent, get a benefit packages that is worst than the last 50-person company I worked for in the private sector, and I have to listen people constant lie and repeat untruths about my compensation. Go to Treasuary Board Secretariat of Canada's website and look for yourself at my pay and benefits.
He forced an unneeded charter of rights on the population with no plebiscite and with no private property protections in it. Like a good Commie.
Are you some self-delusional totalitarian? Communists government (even the better ones) never granted powers or rights to its people. Only socialist countries gave rights of individuals over the nation state (or monarch).
Private property protection? That has a long and complex history in English common law, dating to at least the 14th century (from memory). The Canadian Charter of Rights grants rights to people not grant either property rights to people or rights to property. It also doesn't mention dolphins.
And forced it on one province which ever since has threatened to secede.
The English-French divide has been a part of the Canadian landscape centuries before Confederation. That was just another piece they latched onto. Like the Meech Lake accord, NAFTA, GST, and hundreds of other things before and since them.
The previous posters reference CBC Canada which is a Liberal lacky and should be abolished.
Why would a Crown corporation have a Liberal (party) bias under how many years now of a Conservative (party). government?
Because frankly if you know any media history you will know that media bias and claims thereof have been around as long as media itself.
I have dealt with them and they always slant the news to the point that I NEVER trust them to report truthfully.
And I have repeatedly found that media in multiple countries, both private and state sponsored all display bias and often make minor to significant mistakes in their reporting. So unless you want to tell me that the Daily Mail (UK) is a balanced political point of view, in which case I would suggest reading World Weekly News.
Obviously all these negative comments are from brainless socialists
Because to disagree with you would require someone not merely differ in opinion or political leanings, but they are clearly mentally impaired? Get over yourself.
and union bosses who bleed the rest of us dry.
Why? Because unions bosses are bad and corporation bosses are good?
Any good boss will try to maximize the benefits to those whom they represent, for-profit or not-for-profit.