It isn't often that I hear about an issue making headlines, and automatically advocate for a scorched earth policy.
Ontario's Liquor Control Board and their recent labour woes, happen to be that issue.
Earlier this week, unionized workers at Ontario’s booze monopoly voted overwhelmingly in favor of a strike.
LCBO employees voted 95 per cent for job action if ongoing contract talks break down with the provincial retailer.
Amongst the issues of contention in the contract negotiations is a plan to impose a four-year wage freeze on the 7,000 unionized members.
A move the membership feels is "out of line". And a move that the cash strapped Ontario government feels they have little choice but to implement.
So while we are on the issue of things that are out of line, let me share a few things I can't seem to wrap my head around.
To me the idea of paying someone ...