Wednesday, 19 March 2014 15:11

Workers haven’t been treated well by Wall government

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As reported in the Regina Leader Post, March 11, Premier Brad Wall is already staking his ground for what kind of job he wants from the people of Saskatchewan when he is done with politics.
He has let it be known he wants to be an Ambassador. It seems to this old farmer, ambassadors always walk around in nice clean clothes, and with clean hands, and perhaps most are waited on.
I can’t help thinking back when Brad Wall was the leader of the opposition, and he remarked on the Gormley show if he ever became premier he would go to war with the unionized workers in Saskatchewan. There are good unions in Saskatchewan that Wall is afraid to touch, such as nurses and teachers, but a lot of workers Wall has terminated for no good reason, and not a peep who gets the boot.
I think it is a safe bet a number of families have seen their life become much more difficult in these good times. 
Is it really too difficult for the media to sniff out what is actually happening to many workers under this Wall government?
Henry Neufeld, Waldeck, Sask.

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