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posted by leftdog at Friday, April 20, 2007 | Permalink
You can expect Wal-Mart to pull out of Saskatchewan next. They don't do unions well.
Posted by Anonymous |
8:33 am, April 20, 2007
I was waiting for your input ... the fact that Wal Mart puts tons of small mom & pop enterprises out of business is proof of why they should be restricted in their growth.Their notorious desire to bust unions is disgraceful!
Posted by leftdog |
10:59 am, April 20, 2007
Wal-Fart has been successful at keeping the unions out on our side of the border. They are probably responsible for more outsourcing and job loss than any other company.
Posted by TomCat |
11:17 am, April 20, 2007
So, what exactly has happened to the places Walmart pulled out from? What happens to any of their buildings they've already erected? I've not come across that and I'm curious. Do smaller businesses spring up again? Do Home Hardware or Canadian Tire do better? Zellers? Is the business ground permanently salted?
Posted by Niles |
1:17 pm, April 20, 2007