Biden fired Peter Robb and Alice Stock, Trump’s union busters at the National Labor Relations Board.

Biden Gave Trump’s Union Busters a Taste of Their Own Medicine By MARK JOSEPH STERN JAN 22, 20211:16 PM President Joe Biden at the White House on Thursday. Alex Wong/Getty Images TWEET SHARE COMMENT Twenty-three minutes after assuming the presidency, Joe Biden demanded the resignation of Peter Robb, the notoriously anti-union general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board appointed by Donald Trump. Robb refused to resign, so Biden fired him. Alice Stock, another anti-union Trump appointee, then assumed the role of acting general counsel—and Biden demanded her resignation the next day. Stock also refused to resign, so Biden fired her, too.

Biden fired Peter Robb and Alice Stock, Trump’s union busters at the National Labor Relations Board.

Labour Day op-ed | Fort McMurray Today

Labour Day op-ed | Fort McMurray Today.

“Is Stephen Harper’s Temporary Foreign Worker program deeply flawed? Yes. Did Harper boost the program in order to create an underclass of workers with fewer rights than Canadian citizens? Yes. As a result, should Unifor let them be treated as disposable and let scores of hardworking TFWs be deported? Absolutely not. Many of the employers who invited them here may have been acting unethically, but the workers arrived here in good faith and have worked hard to contribute to the Canadian economy.”

Source- Fort McMurray Today

Poll results show majority of Canadians hold favourable view of unions

The survey also found that Canadians are suspicious of politicians who hold anti-union views. A clear majority — 53 per cent — of respondents said they are suspicious of government and politicians who try to limit collective bargaining and the political power of unions.

via Poll results show majority of Canadians hold favourable view of unions.