Op-eds | March 29, 2010

The perils of corporatized water

As the City of Winnipeg moves forward with its plan to corporatize Winnipeg’s water and waste department, city residents would do well to look at the experience in Edmonton since the amalgamation of that city’s water and electrical utilities under the corporate banner of Epcor back in the 1990s.

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For Immediate Release | March 08, 2010

Alberta’s wage gap highest in Canada:

New Parkland Institute research shows Alberta women still have a long way to go

New research from the Parkland Institute, released on International Women’s Day, shows persistent inequality for Alberta women. A new fact sheet, entitled “Women’s equality a long way off in Alberta” shows a persistent wage gap between women and men, despite the 2002-2007 oilsands boom. Alberta is also the only province/territory without any government ministry or advisory council on the status of women.

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