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June 2010

After the tax reductions and electoral speeches claiming a balanced budget, the government and their “experts”, now echoed by their partisan media are attempting to instill in the population a series of preconceived ideas: Quebec is too far into debt; We are living beyond our means; Public Services are experiencing problems; The budget must be […]
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December 2009

The United Nations Organization (UN) appears to be skeptic with the dawn of the Copenhagen conference on climate change and the possible accord to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) that would replace the Kyoto Protocol. On the other hand, the environmentalists believe that there will be other “Copenhagen’s” that will bring about an obligatory change. […]
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December 2007

At the time of publishing this edition of the Journal du 800, Henri Massé will have left the presidency of the QFL which he has occupied since 1998. Last September, Brother Massé had taken everyone by surprise when he announced he had decided to not solicit the renewal of his mandate during the Convention of […]
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November 2006

So it’s begun, the date is fixed (June 3rd, 4th and 5th, 2007), the theme has been chosen and the Committees have been formed. Soon, during general assemblies, the delegates will be elected and the propositions to amend the constitution or the orientations will be adopted. Read the journal
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December 2005

Some 50 years ago, when the large American union central was created, the AFL-CIO, 1 American worker out of 5 was a member of a union. Today, only 1 worker out of 12 is unionized. Such a situation allows us to realize that “Made in the USA” unionism is an endangered species. Read the journal