Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak is backing off of making Ontario a “right-to-work” province.
The idea of making union membership and dues payment optional had been part of one of the party’s policy discussion white papers.
Perth-Wellington MPP Randy Pettapiece tells us why the idea is being dropped:
Pettapiece says Ontarians don’t want this kind of legislation:
He adds that the PC’s are still looking at other labour reforms:
Hudak announced he would not campaign on right-to-work legislation this morning during a speech in Toronto.