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Jan 20, 2020 | 19:11 1 Hope the police arrest a few more of these strikers. Maybe they need to bring out a water cannon to stop the illegal blockades. Reply With Quote

  • LEP
    Jan 20, 2020 | 20:42 2 Just waiting for chuckchuck and Integrity Farmer's defense of Jerry and the mafia. Reply With Quote

  • Jan 20, 2020 | 20:57 3
    Quote Originally Posted by LEP View Post
    Just waiting for chuckchuck and Integrity Farmer's defense of Jerry and the mafia.
    They are probably planning their next assault on Agriville with the few other socialists here on the defence lol .
    The latest wind power and EV assault by the ole CWB gang did not get them too far . Reply With Quote
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  • SASKFARMER's Avatar Jan 20, 2020 | 21:03 4 Good he was thrown in jail. He is a thug Reply With Quote
    Jan 20, 2020 | 21:12 5 How long can the refinery keep up production with the strike going on. How's this going to affect supplies if the strike is still ongoing during seeding. Reply With Quote
    Partners's Avatar Jan 20, 2020 | 21:14 6
    Quote Originally Posted by Wheatking View Post
    How long can the refinery keep up production with the strike going on. How's this going to affect supplies if the strike is still ongoing during seeding.
    250 non union workers equal 800 union workers
    They are currently put out more barrels a day than before.. Reply With Quote

  • Jan 20, 2020 | 21:31 7 Square this one. Dias was part of a team put together by Trudeau to dole out his $600M media buyout. Dias proceeded to use that money to craft an anti western anti resource agenda and help steal the election and put even more pressure on our resource business.

    And here is he is striking in front of an oil refinery. How do some people sleep at night? Special level in hell I hope. Surprised the RPS didnt hand out donuts. Reply With Quote
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  • GDR
    Jan 21, 2020 | 00:04 8 The union is advertising in central ab to boycott Co-op. Wasted money there I'm sure, loyal customers dont stray from the dividend cheque. Not too sure that the local Co-ops even get fuel from federated?? Reply With Quote
    fjlip's Avatar Jan 21, 2020 | 00:21 9
    Quote Originally Posted by jazz View Post
    Square this one. Dias was part of a team put together by Trudeau to dole out his $600M media buyout. Dias proceeded to use that money to craft an anti western anti resource agenda and help steal the election and put even more pressure on our resource business.

    And here is he is striking in front of an oil refinery. How do some people sleep at night? Special level in hell I hope. Surprised the RPS didnt hand out donuts.
    Two faced back stabbing SOB, Extra special HELL is right.

    Sure boycott, assholes, we buy all our fuel, canola, fertilizers, herbicides, food, hardware, some repair parts, even some booze from local Coops.,
    Last edited by fjlip; Jan 21, 2020 at 00:25.
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    Jan 21, 2020 | 09:26 10 Diaz thinks he is above the law like SNC-Lavalin.
    Did Chucky and crew have to pay the dirt bags bail?


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    Jan 21, 2020 | 09:49 11 Unifor=Diaz=mob, maybe in 40 years we will be wondering where Diaz's body was buried. Reply With Quote
    Jan 21, 2020 | 10:16 12 Jerry Hoffa has a nice ring to it. To the snowflakes on here I am just kidding so dont come unglued. Reply With Quote
    Jan 21, 2020 | 10:22 13
    Quote Originally Posted by sofa.king View Post
    Jerry Hoffa has a nice ring to it. To the snowflakes on here I am just kidding so dont come unglued.
    Jerry Epstein is better. Just hope the cops remember to disconnect the cameras. Reply With Quote
    Jan 21, 2020 | 10:50 14 Avg. lunch box union Joe, should be asking what hotel is Diaz staying at, curtesy of the workers themselves, what level of suite is he staying in, how expensive are the meals and drinks he enjoying at the end of each day. Does he endure any oversight of his expenses, or same for any of the other protesters brought into Regina? Not likely. Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 21, 2020 | 10:52 15
    Quote Originally Posted by 15444 View Post
    Jerry Epstein is better. Just hope the cops remember to disconnect the cameras.
    Cops won't do anything to another union person....you know better than to suggest that....lol Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 21, 2020 | 12:46 16 i worked at a hydroelectric project once with a bunch of whacked out useless union pricks
    it was amazing how lazy they were and how entitled they were
    had a couple union votes while i was there , never did go union
    they are conniving lazy entitled assholes , nothing more , nothing less
    was on a carpenter crew and one of those whackos was giving me shit for changing a light bulb
    they forget that we the consumers are paying for their foolishness
    1 replacement worker doing same job as 3 union hacks doesn't surprise me one bit, and that is whats happening . they got too greedy and now the general public is seeing how useless they are Reply With Quote

  • blackpowder's Avatar Jan 21, 2020 | 14:23 17 I'm betting most of the population somewhat supportive. Think about it.
    Govt larger employer. General sense of entitlement at large. Business people smaller pop and often mistrusted.
    Indoctrination well taught in Union families from grade school. Free summer camps. Well organized politically and generous media campaigns.
    As our medical and education people are unionized, I'm not necessarily all against.
    But often I remember a "strike" at Lakeside in the eighties I believe.
    Camped out in highway ditch for two years before they gave up. Now the packing plant all Somalis happy to work and very good with knives.

    So who runs ad campaigns regarding union excess???? Enforcement? Light bulb stories??
    In this day and age, if wages are within a normal range, then employers should be allowed to fire them all. Reply With Quote
    Jan 21, 2020 | 15:03 18 Oust the union, send me a bigger dividend cheque!!! Reply With Quote

  • Jan 21, 2020 | 15:18 19 I wonder if this guy has access to Angriville in the slammer

    Its very unfortunate that the union demands the "sense of entitlement" attitude out of members and the sad thing is you have to be part of the union whether you like it or not if you want to work here.

    Co-op employees had a really good gig with the way is has always been, I guess who would want to bend over if you have received a lucrative perk this long.

    Suck it up Unifor people and get back to work or move aside and let those that would appreciate the opportunity and excel at the position take your job! Since you feel you are so good at what you do, there must be ample opportunities elseware Reply With Quote

  • Jan 21, 2020 | 16:08 20 Back in the day nipawin coop was on strike , i think 10 years
    They finally just went away Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 21, 2020 | 16:17 21
    Quote Originally Posted by caseih View Post
    Back in the day nipawin coop was on strike , i think 10 years
    They finally just went away
    I think it was well over 10 years. I was there for most of it. For a while there were three and then there was one lonely picket there more or less permanently. Life went on.

    Meanwhile in Regina this is nothing more than a photo op for Jerry. He will get millions in dues out of that shot of him in the paddy wagon. The only consolation I'm taking from this is that its Federated that has to wear the negative PR. Goddam socialists all of them. Reply With Quote
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  • Partners's Avatar Jan 21, 2020 | 17:54 22 All FCL has to do is start posting job openings for these 800 useless pricks and that will really get things rolling.. Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 21, 2020 | 18:54 23
    Quote Originally Posted by Partners View Post
    All FCL has to do is start posting job openings for these 800 useless pricks and that will really get things rolling..
    Could easily cut the staff back to 300 and increase our dividend cheque’s.

    Time to trim the useless fat. Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 21, 2020 | 19:35 24
    Quote Originally Posted by Partners View Post
    All FCL has to do is start posting job openings for these 800 useless pricks and that will really get things rolling..
    what is the law , can they do that ? hire permanent? Reply With Quote
    Partners's Avatar Jan 21, 2020 | 19:58 25
    Quote Originally Posted by caseih View Post
    what is the law , can they do that ? hire permanent?
    Looks like anything goes for unifor.
    So give it a whirl..
    FCL has way more patience than I have.. Reply With Quote
    Jan 21, 2020 | 20:39 26 Mr. Diaz commented on numerous occasions that Federated makes 3 million dollars per day, implying they can afford to pay employees more.

    How zealous would Mr. Diaz be if his accountant sent him a higher bill based solely on a increase in Mr. Diaz's own income. Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 21, 2020 | 21:52 27 This strike is really about defined benefit pensions. Federated wants to move to defined contribution pensions and - not surprisingly - the union wants to hang onto what they've had in the past. I can't say I blame them but that kind of gold plated pension doesn't exist anywhere anymore except in Parliament. I have no love for Federated. Its fun to watch them squirm. Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 22, 2020 | 21:00 28 Talked to a coop trucker. He said he hasnt worked for a week. He said there are no trucks hauling out of the refinery. So stock up. Reply With Quote
    Partners's Avatar Jan 22, 2020 | 21:14 29
    Quote Originally Posted by TASFarms View Post
    Talked to a coop trucker. He said he hasnt worked for a week. He said there are no trucks hauling out of the refinery. So stock up.
    Read there shipping it out by rail.
    Then loading trucks..
    Bypassing the blockade..
    That is why unifor blocked the CP line.. Reply With Quote
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