The BCTF fights back: twelve years later they show us you can still win. Now it’s time to celebrate:
If anyone knows how to stay in the fight, it’s you Ian.
The paramedics fell victim to the same strategy, too bad so many in their ranks serve their communities after working a full time job.
The lippy Libs pay about 2,000 part-timers a toonie hour on call knowing that most would not abandon others to make a point. That is, unless they are in a no win situation as witnessed in Stewart were the last paramedic quit because she was in a no win situation. Link to follow.
Meanwhile the ousted COO and CEO have been removed under a steamy cloud, while a pricey legal beagle and wages of the failed leaders continue to flow…
promised link: paramedics Stewart
Try again: The paramedics fell victim to the same strategy, too bad so many in their ranks serve their communities after working a full time job.
Too bad, because the energy it takes to stand up to the bully Liberals is spent helping those in need.
I missed this Valentine’s 2014 posting. What years of gifts you have given us all, huh? xxoo
Here is a link to an interview I did on CBC Daybreak North on the dismal state of affairs regarding ambulance service in rural and remote BC.
Thinking about you Ian.
To Ian’s family, friends and followers, a vote of thanks for what Ian shared and lots of good thoughts for those who stay behind.
My condolences to Ian’s family.He will be sorrowfully missed and I personally enjoyed reading his blog.
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