Andrew Scheer, Doug Ford and Jason Kenney All Ignored the Existence of Unions on Labour Day - 2018-09-04

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F0.png Andrew Scheer, Doug Ford and Jason Kenney All Ignored the Existence of Unions on Labour Day September 4, 2018, PressProgress

The leaders of three of Canada's biggest conservative parties all chose to ignore the existence of unions and the labour movement this Labour Day.

The holiday, which was born out of the 1872 Toronto Printers' Strike and the fight against 12-hour work days, is traditionally observed as a day to recognize the contributions of unions and the labour movement to Canadian society.

However, statements issued by Conservative leader Andrew Scheer, Ontario Premier Doug Ford and Alberta's United Conservative leader Jason Kenney all ignored the true meaning of Labour Day – labour unions and the struggle for workers' rights.

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