To Quebecois, Walmart=Billy the Kid

Discussion in 'Canada' started by Comrade, Feb 15, 2005.

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    From the bitter union bosses who tried to extort Walmart for more benefits, and ended up losing all the jobs for their members, whining about the American 'cowboy' is the only thing they've offered.

    I say boo-hoo!

     
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    The, oops I mean "Le" Saguenay is separatist country. :boohoo:
    It was probably their anti-english attitudes that made them impossible to negotiate with.
     
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    If you have ever been to a retail store in Quebec and seen "union" workers in action you will understand why Wal Mart decided to close this store. Unlike American workers who like to work and are cheerful Quebec workers generally hide behind unions and want to do the least possible to maintain their job and always with a bad attitude. In my opinion Quebec will always stay behind the curve and it shows in this province.
     

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