By Ruth Cohen
Serious essays at the contemporary Tory executive in Ontario; A Globe and Mail bestseller.
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But we have certain advantages: we are wealthy, and so we can buy anything; we are clever and can come up with good strategies; and, finally, we have governments and the media in our pockets. " Successive governments have heeded the call. Their plan has included five stages. Stage one is to secure free trade with the United States, where there are weak unions, low wages and no social programs. That should cool off wage demands, and if it doesn't, there is always free trade with Mexico, where workers earn eighty-eight cents an hour and they shoot labour leaders for breakfast.
While both cabinet and the bureaucracy have had their wings clipped, the parliamentary process and the opposition parties have not been immune. The Legislature has had its powers curtailed, its debates shortened and its committees truncated. " Hearings by legislative committees—which usually contain representatives of all three parties—normally provide an opportunity to fine-tune bills. Now the hearings are frequently cut short and are sometimes farcical. The committee dealing with Bill 136 was expected to study amendments to the proposed labour legislation without being allowed — 62 — to see the text of the bill itself.
S. Their contempt and their indignation can only be appreciated in the context of the corporate campaign to privatize health care in Canada, and in the dim light of their world view. In an article that appeared in the Canadian Forum, Joyce Nelson exposes this campaign, and traces the connections between Canadian trilateralists, insurance companies and banks. She also notes that a significant number of hospital boards, especially in Toronto and Montreal, are peopled with trilateralists. For example, Nelson points out that Trevor Eyton is director of the Sunnybrook -47— Health Sciences Centre, and trade minister Roy Maclaren is a governor for the Etobicoke General Hospital.
Alien Invasion: How the Harris Tories Mismanaged Ontario by Ruth Cohen