Does the Meatworkers Union even know that Alberta is in Canada?

The Meatworkers union continues to show a highly attuned level of stupidity.

My word they are stupid.  

Alberta is in Canada. The United Food And Commercial Workers union is a Canadian union.

A proposed combination of two wings of the same Alberta union would put most large-scale meat production in the province under the same labour relations roof.

The United Food And Commercial Workers union represents about 32,000 workers in the province — including more than 4,000 beef plant workers.

It’s the largest private sector union in Alberta, but currently though, those members are split between two sub locals, namely Nos. 401 and 1118.

Here’s a pretty picture to help the munters at the Meatworkers Union understand.

What a bunch of spastics.



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