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Let's Leave our kids to defend themselves against coyotes, its more important to change O Canada to be gender neutral
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
School Board is currently using Apply To Education to recruit for Non-Teaching candidates and post jobs.
If you are interested in applying as a
for the Board, please ensure you apply to the posting on
http://www.applytoeducation.com. Applicants are encouraged to sign up for the "Job Alert" feature on applytoeducation.com to be emailed when we post jobs. The
Board is no longer accepting hard copies of resumes.
Is this the new face of government job postings? Pay us your tax dollars to support our schools, and large screen tvs that you steal from budgets then if you want to work for us pay us $10 for the privilege to apply for a position.
Not that this is per school board per applicant per year. Now how many government departments are there. $10 per department per person applying would add up to millions of dollars in government revenue. That is a lot of green for the government.
If you would like to see the real numbers I suggest this election you ask your MP to tell you the truth of where this money is going.
The sad thing is that someone out of work has a choice of applying for a position with the school board or eating. Something to ponder as we head towards an October election.
I would love to hear government or school board members defend charging people to apply for jobs.
Wednesday, September 2, 2009
have so many elections but the government, no matter who is in will waste money any
chance they get.
Anyways, enough of the rant we are stuck with an election so let's make the best of it.
As the campaign heats up, keep an eye on this blog as we will be tallying up all the mud slinging
and any dirt we can drag up on both sides. It is only fair that both sides get dirted not just the leading party.
As well as the mud, we will be logging the real issues and what each party is saying or not saying they will do about them. You will be hearing a lot about the economy and the environment. You will hear of corruption at various Government agencies, about how the garbage crisis was handled. Possibly even the meat scare, but what about the real issues.
Stay tuned for information on what the parties think in the real issues like:
1) Education costs
2) Real transit spending
3) Assisting industries that are here and hiring to succeed and grow.
4) How about properly labeling goods as Canadian. Eg. Cellered in Ontario wine does not mean the grapes are Canadian.
Please take a look at some of the articles on these other blogs that bring some of the issues to light:
- For Transit take a look at:
- Ed Drass's Column in the Metro
- For Issues with Canadian Labeling and supporting canadian products take a look at: http://supportcanadiangoods.blogspot.com/
- For Environmental Issues look at:
If you have issues you would like to see addressed by the parties email them to Susan Fischer at email@example.com or post the comments here and we will be sure they get sent off to the proper leaders.