Workers deserve to know how their union bosses spend money

This week delegates from the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union (CEP) voted near unanimously to merge with the Canadian Auto Workers (CAW), creating Canada’s largest private-sector union. With annual dues revenue potentially in the hundreds of millions of dollars, the priorities of this so-called “super union” (they cannot agree on a name) remain a mystery – except their intent to attack conservative-minded governments, support various “progressive” social causes, and launch a major expansion drive.

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