...or at least their union....well. I don't know what happens. But this surely can't be good news for the Harper gov.:
KITCHENER, ON, May 22, 2015 /CNW Telbec/ - Dozens of correctional officers working in Ontario penitentiaries who are affiliated with the Union of Canadian Correctional Officers (UCCO-SACC-CSN) will be going door to door in the riding of Kitchener-Centre on Saturday, May 23, to urge voters not to support the Conservative Party of Canada in the next election.
My favorite bit:
"The Conservative government claims it's tough on crime. This tough on crime agenda is nothing but smoke and mirrors aimed at reassuring voters," said Robert Finucan, UCCO-SACC-CSN's Ontario regional president.
The Conservative government cut $355 million from the Correctional Service's budget. Hardest hit by these cuts is the inmate training program. One of the consequences of this decision is that penitentiaries have become more dangerous for correctional officers.
That's Stephen Woodworth's riding. An NDP win might be a stretch, but it used to be LPC...
They keep attacking their base ; fishers, military, now prison guards. They can't help themselves.
@rumleyfips: Their base isn't the prison guards or any other public employee.
Harper has had it in for the public service for decades. Hell - he'd privatize the RCMP if they weren't such a convenient bunch of toadies to him these days.
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