unfortunately;Harry Potter dies in the last book………
係咩? 我個仔早兩日睇左網上盜版話 Harry Potter 無死喎!!
By: tommy on 七月 21, 2007 at 1:48 上午
tommy:I just read the book I bought from Chapters
cost me almost $50
網上盜版spoiler always lying & make up stuff
By: 民主派 on 七月 21, 2007 at 3:59 上午
Let’s understand, the root of the problem here are unions.
The City of Toronto is controlled by these unions, and Torontonians are now feeling the results of their control – financially challenged and exhausted.
For example, every construction project by the City of Toronto (as well as by the Toronto District School Board and TTC) can only be performed by union trades. What’s the result? Project costs are all driven much higher than what they should be. If the City spend $300 million annually on projects, I bet there could be savings of up to $50 million if open-shop companies became unrestricted.
Unfortunately, David Miller does not want to change this. (He cannot do it alone anyways, even if he wanted to.)
Maybe we can compare the City of Toronto with its neighour cities – Mississauga, Brampton, Vaughan… – why are these cities not as finacially exhausted as Toronto? The big reason behind it is that they do not restrict open-shop companies.