Govt Move On Bill 377 irks opposition

December 21, 2015

OTTAWA – The latest announcement by Trudeau government permitting non-compliance of labour unions with Bill 377 has irked the Conservative Party.

A press note by the party held the government answerable for contempt of union workers and parliament.

Critic on Employment, Workforce Development and Labour, Gérard Deltell, said, “This is a way for the Liberal government to thank union bosses who did everything in their power to help them get elected, and spent millions of dollars that belonged to their members without even consulting them. The major losers are union members, who will have a hard time holding their leaders to account and knowing how their union dues are spent.”

She added, “It is the second time in a week that the Trudeau government has rejected financial transparency and disregarded parliamentary authority.”

According to the Tories, Bill C-377 compelled unions to make detailed and complete reports on their operations and financial commitments, such as the salaries and expense accounts of their leaders.

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