한국정치 노트 Notes on the Politics of Korea


야구도 공동체 구성원 없으면 의미가 없다. 노동 이후 여가 문화로 자리잡은 한국 프로야구도 마찬가지이다.

야구 선수단, 구단, 팬들이 다 같이 만들어 나가는 동네 놀이 행사가 야구이기 때문이다.


야구 감독 코치와 선수들 사이 갈등과 이견은 있을 수 있다. 하지만 이를 풀어나가는 방식 역시 한국 민주주의 수준과 그 문화에

걸맞아야 한다. 임창용과 김기태 감독 사이에 '투수 운용'을 두고 의견 충돌이 있었고, 김기태 감독은 임창용의 의견 제시를 '항명'과 '불복종'으로 해석했고, 이를 징계했다. 임창용은 김기태 감독의 투수 운용이 잘못되었다는 지적한 것은 '후회는 없다'고 말했다.


이번 사건의 본질과 출발점은 아주 구체적인 '투수 운용'이었다. 팀 승리라는 목표라는 관점에서 '투수 운용'이라는 주제는 열띤 공방이 필요하다. 야구 팬들, 감독 코치, 선수단, 야구 해설가 전문가들에게 흥미로운 토론 주제가 될 수 있다.


그런데 김기태 감독은 이런 '열린 토론 주제'를 '선수가 감독 말을 듣지 않는다. 복종하지 않았다'는 상명하달 주제로 좁게 해석해버렸다. 야구 팬들이 김기태 감독 퇴진운동까지 벌이게 된 원인은 김기태 감독의 이러한 독단적인 폐쇄적인 야구단 운영에서 비롯된다.


김기태 감독과 타이거스 기아구단에서 임창용을 독단적으로 방출한 이후, 호랑이 야구팬들과 타팀 팬들이 격렬히 항의하고 비판하는 이유는 김기태 감독이 선수단과 갈등이 생겼을 때, 이를 해결하는 방식이 팬들이 납득할 수 있는 수준의 '민주적 방식'이 아니었기 때문이다.


이번 임창용 방출 사건과 팬들의 저항, 야구와 민주적 소통을 다시 한번 더 생각해 보게 만든다.



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임창용 방출 후폭풍…KIA에 '섭섭' 팬들에 '감사'


이명노 기사입력 2018-10-26 20:42  -

임창용 KIA 방출

◀ 앵커 ▶ 


KIA 구단이 베테랑 투수 임창용을 방출하기로 한 뒤 후폭풍에 시달리고 있습니다. 


임창용 선수의 심경은 어떨까요? 


이명노 기자입니다. 


◀ 리포트 ▶ 


임창용은 올해 5승 5패 4홀드 4세이브 평균 자책점 5.42의 성적을 거뒀습니다. 


선발 불펜 마무리를 오간 성적으로는 준수한데다 KIA의 막판 와일드카드 경쟁에도 나름 힘을 보탰습니다. 


하지만, 시즌이 끝나자 KIA는 임창용을 '전력 외'로 분류했습니다. 


[임창용] 

"좀 섭섭했죠. 아직 더 할 수 있는데…어떻게든 저는 KIA에서 마무리하고 싶었는데 안 되니까 좀…(아쉽죠.)" 


방출의 표면적인 이유는 '세대교체'. 


임창용의 현역 연장 의지가 강해 자유롭게 풀어줬다고 설명했습니다. 


하지만, 시즌 때부터 임창용과 KIA의 결별은 예상됐습니다. 


6월 7일 kt전 이후, 갑작스런 1군 엔트리 말소. 


당시 마운드 운용과 보직을 두고 코칭스태프와 갈등을 빚은 겁니다. 


"조금 불만이 있었던 걸 제가 표출한 게 기분이 안 좋으셨던 것 같아요. 아쉽진 않아요. 하고 싶은 말 했고…" 


한 달 뒤 코칭스태프는 임창용에게 원하던 선발 보직을 줬지만, 동행은 길지 않았습니다. 


일부 성난 팬들은 감독과 단장의 퇴출을 요구하며 팬 감사 이벤트가 열리는 내일 오전 항의집회를 예고했습니다. 


이에 대해 임창용은 팬들에게 감사의 마음을 표하면서도 감정적인 대응은 원치 않았습니다. 


"아직까지 저를 아껴주시고 좋아해 주시는 팬들이 있어서…(지금은) 너무 부담되게끔 크게 일이 벌어진 것 같아요. 구단의 뜻에 따라줬으면 좋겠어요." 


MBC뉴스 이명노입니다.










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124석이 달린 6월 총선에서, 온타리오 주 보수당이 과반을 넘는 76석을 차지, 단독 주정부를 수립했다. 캐나다 보수당 당명은 진보보수당 (Progressive Conservative)이다. 캐나다 온타리오 주 총선 방식은 소선거구 '승자독식' 제도이다. 보수당 득표율은 40.63%, 지난 주정부였던 자유당 (리버럴 Liberal) 은 득표는 19.3%를 했으나 7석을 차지해 폭락했다. 사회민주당으로 분류될 수 있는 신민주당 (NDP)은 33.69% 득표율로 40석을 차지, 공식적인 제 1 야당이 되었다.

녹색당은 토론토 외곽 도시 구엘프 (Guelph)에서 1명 당선자를 배출했다. 전체 득표율은 4.62%였다.   


'We have taken back Ontario': Doug Ford leads PCs to majority government


Wynne resigns as Liberal leader, Greens elect first MPP in Guelph


Lucas Powers · CBC News · Posted: Jun 07, 2018 7:29 PM ET | Last Updated: June 9


Ontario's incoming premier, Doug Ford, helped his party secure a substantial majority government after less than three months at the helm. (Carlo Allegri/Reuters)


https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/ontario-election-vote-ford-horwath-wynne-pc-ndp-liberal-green-1.4696736


Led by Doug Ford, Ontario's Progressive Conservatives secured a considerable majority government on Thursday, handily defeating the rival New Democrats and ending nearly 15 years of Liberal power in the province.


Andrea Horwath's NDP will form the Official Opposition at the legislature, while the embattled Liberals suffered a historic rebuke from voters. The Grits lost the vast majority of their seats at Queen's Park and earned their lowest-ever share of the popular vote. 


Shortly after results were announced, Kathleen Wynne revealed she will resign as Liberal leader, as her party failed to pick up the eight seats necessary to maintain official party status. 


ANALYSIS | Magic of 'simple' message led to Ford victory

Wynne ready to 'pass the torch,' quits as Ontario Liberal leader

Buoyed by Ford — a one-term Toronto city councillor and businessman — the PCs ran a populist campaign long on commitments but short on fiscal details, promising a tax cut for the middle class and corporations and a drastic reduction in the price of hydro and gasoline.


The PCs were the only party that did not release a fully costed platform prior to election day.


Riding a wave of entrenched anti-Liberal sentiment, the Tories managed to win 76 seats, up from the 27 they held when the campaign kicked off in May. 


"My friends, this victory belongs to you. This victory belongs to the people. And tonight, the people of Ontario have spoken," Ford said in a speech to supporters at an event in Toronto. He opted to toss tradition out the window and speak before his unsuccessful rivals. 


Results | Follow all of the developments here after polls close

How to watch | CBC News Ontario election coverage

Ontario Votes 2018 | Complete coverage here

"I promised to deliver a strong, stable majority government and together we did that. Together we made history. We have taken back Ontario, we have delivered a government that is for the people," he continued.


"A new day has dawned in Ontario — a day of opportunity, a day of prosperity and a day of growth."



CBC News Toronto

2018 Ontario election in 90 seconds

   WATCH  

00:00 01:27   



This is the 2018 Ontario election in 90 seconds. 1:27

With all polls reporting, voter turnout was about 58 per cent, the strongest showing in the province since 1999. 


Ford easily won his seat in Etobicoke North, the symbolic heartland of "Ford Nation," the term given to an unwavering core of supporters, many of whom also backed his late brother, former Toronto mayor Rob Ford. 


In his victory speech, Ford became emotional as he thanked his brother.



Ford was easily elected in his riding of Etobicoke North. (Carlo Allegri/Reuters)

"I know my brother Rob is looking down from heaven. I'm just getting chills talking about him right now. I know Rob is celebrating with us tonight. We owe so much to Rob's legacy," Ford said. 


The PCs made significant gains in the 905 and throughout the Greater Toronto Area, regions that are critical to the political landscape in Ontario because the number of seats that are concentrated within them.


"Tonight we have a sent a clear message to the world: Ontario is open for business," Ford said in his address. 


As was expected, Horwath held onto her seat in Hamilton Centre, where she has served as an MPP since 2004. Heading into election day, polls suggested that the NDP had a slim chance of eking out a win. While such an improbable scenario never materialized, the New Democrats managed to take 40 seats, up from the 18 they held when the campaign began. 



CBC News Toronto

Doug Ford: 'We have taken back Ontario'

   WATCH  

00:00 00:46   



PC Leader Doug Ford addresses crowd at his headquarters in Etobicoke on election night. 0:46

"I could not be more proud that we offered a positive vision: change for the better. New Democrats rejected the politics of fear and cynicism, and we put hope and vision for a better future at the heart of our campaign," Horwath told supporters in Hamilton. 


"Together, we won more seats than we have held in a generation. And I am deeply humbled that Ontarians have asked us to serve as the new Official Opposition."


The election results represent a marked turnaround for the NDP, a party that has consistently found itself in third place since Bob Rae's government was defeated in 1995. 


Meanwhile, in a historic first for Ontario, Green party Leader Mike Schreiner has won a seat in Guelph. 


   RESUME PLAYBACK  

00:04 00:57   



NDP leader addresses crowed on election night in Hamilton. 0:57

Wynne resigns as Liberal leader

Wynne, Ontario's first female and openly LGBT premier, was re-elected in Don Valley West, though the race was much tighter than it has been in previous years.


However her incumbent Liberals, who had enjoyed a majority since 2014, suffered a stunning collapse. The party only managed to secure seven seats, which means they have lost official party status in the Legislature. They were also nearly wiped off the political map in Toronto, an area that was key to their majority. 


Similarly, in terms of the popular vote, it was the Liberal's worst showing in the party's history, with a 19.6 per cent vote share. It has never before finished with less than 20 per cent of the popular vote. 


LIVE BLOG RECAPDoug Ford's PC majority, as it happened

Kathleen Wynne ready to 'pass the torch,' quits as Ontario Liberal leader

NDP to lead opposition in a 'very divided province'

Several prominent Liberals who served as cabinet ministers under Wynne lost their seats, including Charles Sousa, Yasir Naqvi, Steven Del Duca and Glenn Thibeault.


The trouncing was foreshadowed last weekend, when Wynne took the extraordinary step of admitting publicly that she would not be Ontario's premier after the vote. With defeat imminent, she encouraged voters to elect Liberals to ensure the next government is kept "in check."


She struck a tone of gratitude in her last major address at the helm of the Liberal party. 


"This is not a concession speech — I conceded days ago. This is my chance to say thank you for allowing me to be premier, allowing me to connect with so many of you the last five years" Wynne told supporters on Thursday night. 



CBC News Toronto

Kathleen Wynne resigns as Ontario Liberal Leader

   WATCH  

00:00 00:30   



Kathleen Wynne announces she has resigned as Ontario Liberal Leader. 0:30

She then announced that she will resign as leader.


"There is another generation, and I am passing the torch to that generation," Wynne said as she fought back tears. 


"I know that tonight is not the result we were looking for and no one feels that more sharply than I do, but this is not a moment where any of us should linger. We can't stay here," she continued. 


"I hope that you can feel very proud of what we have done together in the past and absolutely determined to take on the task that lies ahead."


The PCs' election victory comes after a memorable and at-times vicious campaign that pitted the Tories against the NDP. The month-long slog proved difficult for Ford and some of his candidates. What began as a commanding lead in public opinion polls steadily narrowed over the month-long battle.


Ford, unaccustomed to the scrutiny that a provincial campaign draws, faced down multiple controversies and alleged scandals. One his former candidates was forced to resign over his alleged links to a data breach at the company who operates Ontario's Highway 407. 


And three days before the election, the widow of his late brother, former Toronto mayor Rob Ford, sued the Tory leader. The suit claims Ford withheld money from her and her two children, and that Ford's Toronto- and Chicago-based businesses are bleeding money.


Ontario PCs dominating Toronto's suburbs and 905, NDP swipes urban seats

Historic win for Green Leader Mike Schreiner in Guelph

Under Ford, the PCs recaptured the province they have not led since 2003, overcoming the failings of the past three elections that saw them unable to defeat the Liberals. In some cases those campaigns were sunk before they barely got off the ground with promises to fund religious schools or cut 100,000 public sector jobs.


Ford took the reins of the party less than three months ago, winning the leadership race on the third ballot after former leader Patrick Brown abruptly resigned.



PC 2,322,422 40.63%

NDP 1,925,574 33.69%

LIB 1,103,283 19.30%

GRN 263,987 4.62%













https://newsinteractives.cbc.ca/onvotes/results/



RidingStatusVote Margin
AJAX
42/42 polls reported
PC
leads
NDP
3,948 votes
ALGOMA-MANITOULIN
111/111 polls reported
NDP*
leads
PC
9,245 votes
AURORA-OAK RIDGES-RICHMOND HILL
54/54 polls reported
PC
leads
LIB*
15,496 votes
BARRIE-INNISFIL
36/36 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
9,468 votes
BARRIE-SPRINGWATER-ORO-MEDONTE
68/68 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
7,554 votes
BAY OF QUINTE
88/88 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
8,189 votes
BEACHES-EAST YORK
43/43 polls reported
NDP
leads
LIB*
10,584 votes
BRAMPTON CENTRE
48/48 polls reported
NDP
leads
PC
89 votes
BRAMPTON EAST
30/30 polls reported
NDP*
leads
PC
4,975 votes
BRAMPTON NORTH
33/33 polls reported
NDP
leads
PC
497 votes
BRAMPTON SOUTH
50/50 polls reported
PC
leads
NDP
2,733 votes
BRAMPTON WEST
26/26 polls reported
PC
leads
NDP
490 votes
BRANTFORD-BRANT
59/59 polls reported
PC
leads
NDP
621 votes
BRUCE-GREY-OWEN SOUND
100/100 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
15,028 votes
BURLINGTON
90/90 polls reported
PC
leads
NDP
7,440 votes
CAMBRIDGE
76/76 polls reported
PC
leads
NDP
2,154 votes
CARLETON
38/38 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
14,490 votes
CHATHAM-KENT-LEAMINGTON
96/96 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
7,512 votes
DAVENPORT
52/52 polls reported
NDP
leads
LIB*
19,051 votes
DON VALLEY EAST
67/67 polls reported
LIB*
leads
PC
1,027 votes
DON VALLEY NORTH
86/86 polls reported
PC
leads
LIB*
5,443 votes
DON VALLEY WEST
53/53 polls reported
LIB*
leads
PC
181 votes
DUFFERIN-CALEDON
56/56 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
18,320 votes
DURHAM
60/60 polls reported
PC
leads
NDP
9,320 votes
EGLINTON-LAWRENCE
77/77 polls reported
PC
leads
LIB*
752 votes
ELGIN-MIDDLESEX-LONDON
74/74 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
12,341 votes
ESSEX
59/59 polls reported
NDP*
leads
PC
3,323 votes
ETOBICOKE CENTRE
82/82 polls reported
PC
leads
LIB*
4,724 votes
ETOBICOKE-LAKESHORE
72/72 polls reported
PC
leads
NDP
3,201 votes
ETOBICOKE NORTH
41/41 polls reported
PC
leads
NDP
9,845 votes
FLAMBOROUGH-GLANBROOK
56/56 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
4,824 votes
GLENGARRY-PRESCOTT-RUSSELL
101/101 polls reported
PC
leads
LIB*
4,523 votes
GUELPH
80/80 polls reported
GRN
leads
PC
14,998 votes
HALDIMAND-NORFOLK
64/64 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
15,280 votes
HALIBURTON-KAWARTHA LAKES-BROCK
99/99 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
17,396 votes
HAMILTON CENTRE
55/55 polls reported
NDP*
leads
PC
18,136 votes
HAMILTON EAST-STONEY CREEK
48/48 polls reported
NDP*
leads
PC
9,884 votes
HAMILTON MOUNTAIN
42/42 polls reported
NDP*
leads
PC
11,515 votes
HAMILTON WEST-ANCASTER-DUNDAS
87/87 polls reported
NDP
leads
PC
6,727 votes
HASTINGS-LENNOX AND ADDINGTON
93/93 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
8,179 votes
HUMBER RIVER-BLACK CREEK
50/50 polls reported
NDP
leads
PC
2,206 votes
HURON-BRUCE
100/100 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
12,320 votes
KANATA-CARLETON
53/53 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
7,928 votes
KENORA-RAINY RIVER
106/106 polls reported
PC
leads
NDP*
2,190 votes
KING-VAUGHAN
53/53 polls reported
PC
leads
LIB*
17,124 votes
KINGSTON AND THE ISLANDS
88/88 polls reported
NDP
leads
LIB*
6,385 votes
KITCHENER CENTRE
66/66 polls reported
NDP
leads
PC
7,442 votes
KITCHENER-CONESTOGA
50/50 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
686 votes
KITCHENER SOUTH-HESPELER
52/52 polls reported
PC
leads
NDP
769 votes
LAMBTON-KENT-MIDDLESEX
77/77 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
11,086 votes
LANARK-FRONTENAC-KINGSTON
91/91 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
10,845 votes
LEEDS-GRENVILLE-THOUSAND ISLANDS AND RIDEAU LAKES
96/96 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
20,327 votes
LONDON-FANSHAWE
49/49 polls reported
NDP*
leads
PC
11,753 votes
LONDON NORTH CENTRE
88/88 polls reported
NDP
leads
PC
9,056 votes
LONDON WEST
68/68 polls reported
NDP*
leads
PC
15,511 votes
MARKHAM-STOUFFVILLE
47/47 polls reported
PC
leads
LIB*
11,905 votes
MARKHAM-THORNHILL
42/42 polls reported
PC
leads
LIB*
9,783 votes
MARKHAM-UNIONVILLE
45/45 polls reported
PC
leads
LIB*
20,850 votes
MILTON
41/41 polls reported
PC
leads
LIB*
5,177 votes
MISSISSAUGA CENTRE
105/105 polls reported
PC
leads
NDP
5,814 votes
MISSISSAUGA EAST-COOKSVILLE
67/67 polls reported
PC
leads
LIB*
4,742 votes
MISSISSAUGA-ERIN MILLS
47/47 polls reported
PC
leads
NDP
6,751 votes
MISSISSAUGA-LAKESHORE
61/61 polls reported
PC
leads
LIB*
3,884 votes
MISSISSAUGA-MALTON
32/32 polls reported
PC
leads
NDP
2,362 votes
MISSISSAUGA-STREETSVILLE
34/34 polls reported
PC
leads
NDP
8,486 votes
NEPEAN
48/48 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
8,809 votes
NEWMARKET-AURORA
58/60 polls reported
PC
leads
NDP
11,561 votes
NIAGARA CENTRE
65/65 polls reported
NDP*
leads
PC
3,285 votes
NIAGARA FALLS
89/89 polls reported
NDP*
leads
PC
9,035 votes
NIAGARA WEST
66/66 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
10,617 votes
NICKEL BELT
57/57 polls reported
NDP*
leads
PC
15,139 votes
NIPISSING
81/81 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
4,604 votes
NORTHUMBERLAND-PETERBOROUGH SOUTH
113/113 polls reported
PC
leads
NDP
12,574 votes
OAKVILLE
77/79 polls reported
PC
leads
NDP
15,321 votes
OAKVILLE NORTH-BURLINGTON
41/41 polls reported
PC
leads
LIB*
12,182 votes
ORLÉANS
57/57 polls reported
LIB*
leads
PC
2,463 votes
OSHAWA
52/52 polls reported
NDP*
leads
PC
1,607 votes
OTTAWA CENTRE
122/122 polls reported
NDP
leads
LIB*
8,564 votes
OTTAWA SOUTH
71/71 polls reported
LIB*
leads
PC
5,464 votes
OTTAWA-VANIER
115/115 polls reported
LIB*
leads
NDP
6,323 votes
OTTAWA WEST-NEPEAN
80/80 polls reported
PC
leads
NDP
176 votes
OXFORD
71/71 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
13,235 votes
PARKDALE-HIGH PARK
78/78 polls reported
NDP*
leads
PC
22,586 votes
PARRY SOUND-MUSKOKA
102/102 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
12,270 votes
PERTH-WELLINGTON
59/59 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
9,351 votes
PETERBOROUGH-KAWARTHA
104/104 polls reported
PC
leads
NDP
2,194 votes
PICKERING-UXBRIDGE
56/56 polls reported
PC
leads
NDP
5,418 votes
RENFREW-NIPISSING-PEMBROKE
102/102 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
25,284 votes
RICHMOND HILL
67/67 polls reported
PC
leads
LIB*
10,116 votes
ST. CATHARINES
60/60 polls reported
NDP
leads
PC
1,558 votes
SARNIA-LAMBTON
78/78 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
7,806 votes
SAULT STE. MARIE
62/62 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
414 votes
SCARBOROUGH-AGINCOURT
50/50 polls reported
PC
leads
LIB*
8,135 votes
SCARBOROUGH CENTRE
86/86 polls reported
PC
leads
NDP
1,990 votes
SCARBOROUGH-GUILDWOOD
69/69 polls reported
LIB*
leads
PC
81 votes
SCARBOROUGH NORTH
45/45 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
8,493 votes
SCARBOROUGH-ROUGE PARK
42/42 polls reported
PC
leads
NDP
963 votes
SCARBOROUGH SOUTHWEST
63/63 polls reported
NDP
leads
PC
6,159 votes
SIMCOE-GREY
60/60 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
20,650 votes
SIMCOE NORTH
76/76 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
10,255 votes
SPADINA-FORT YORK
121/121 polls reported
NDP
leads
LIB*
12,907 votes
STORMONT-DUNDAS-SOUTH GLENGARRY
87/87 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
17,364 votes
SUDBURY
95/95 polls reported
NDP
leads
PC
9,000 votes
THORNHILL
71/71 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
19,755 votes
THUNDER BAY-ATIKOKAN
73/73 polls reported
NDP
leads
LIB*
81 votes
THUNDER BAY-SUPERIOR NORTH
89/89 polls reported
LIB*
leads
NDP
819 votes
TIMISKAMING-COCHRANE
89/89 polls reported
NDP*
leads
PC
10,645 votes
TIMMINS
37/37 polls reported
NDP*
leads
PC
4,344 votes
TORONTO CENTRE
84/84 polls reported
NDP
leads
LIB*
11,702 votes
TORONTO-DANFORTH
47/47 polls reported
NDP*
leads
PC
24,807 votes
TORONTO-ST. PAUL'S
51/51 polls reported
NDP
leads
LIB*
1,348 votes
UNIVERSITY-ROSEDALE
78/78 polls reported
NDP
leads
LIB*
13,639 votes
VAUGHAN-WOODBRIDGE
38/38 polls reported
PC
leads
LIB*
7,945 votes
WATERLOO
68/68 polls reported
NDP*
leads
PC
10,342 votes
WELLINGTON-HALTON HILLS
57/57 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
17,572 votes
WHITBY
56/56 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
5,909 votes
WILLOWDALE
119/119 polls reported
PC
leads
LIB*
6,917 votes
WINDSOR-TECUMSEH
72/72 polls reported
NDP*
leads
PC
13,546 votes
WINDSOR WEST
72/72 polls reported
NDP*
leads
PC
9,203 votes
YORK CENTRE
81/81 polls reported
PC
leads
NDP
9,817 votes
YORK-SIMCOE
52/52 polls reported
PC*
leads
NDP
15,395 votes
YORK SOUTH-WESTON
74/74 polls reported
NDP
leads
PC
1,168 votes
KIIWETINOONG
52/52 polls reported
NDP*
leads
PC
1,494 votes
MUSHKEGOWUK-JAMES BAY
25/30 polls reported
NDP*
leads
PC
1,996 votes
* incumbent party
 elected



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더그 포드 보수당 온타리오 주정부 노동법 개악안

(1) 최저임금 $ 14 로, 2020년까지  2년간 동결

(2) 2일 유급 병가 폐지, 10일 비상 휴가안 폐지 
(3) 비정규직과 정규직 동일 임금 지급법안 폐지

(4) 더그 포드 주정부: 노동자 임금과 사회복지비 규제 대신, "비지니스에 개방을 open for business" 정책 도입, 기업 투자 규제 해소, 짐 윌슨 온타리오 주 정부 경제부 장관 "일자리 창출, 투자, 성장"을 위해 과거 리버럴 정부의 "규제 쓰나미"를 다 해소하자고 주장.


2018년 6월 주 총선에서 집권한 온타리오 보수파 주지사 더그 포드가 최저임금을 2년간 동결시키려고 한다. 지난 리버럴 주정부(주 지사 캐슬린 위니)는 2018년 14달러, 2019년 1월부터 시간당 15달러로 최저임금을 인상했다. 그런데 더그 포드 보수당 주지사가 시계를 거꾸로 돌리고 있다. 

온타리오 노동연맹 (OFL) 크리스 버클리는 “더그 포드 주지사는 노동자의 친구가 아니라 적임이 입증되었다” 맹비난함

온타리오 주 초등학교 교사 협회 (ETFO)도 성명를 발표해, “더그 포드 주지사의 노동법 개악안은 비정규직 계약직 교사에게 큰 피해를 줄 것이다”

샘 하몬드는 성명에서 “더그 포드의 ‘비지니스에 개방을 open for business’ 노선은 기업과 자본의 자유와 재량권을 부여하면서 동시에 노동자의 임금과 사회복지 혜택은 줄이는 것이다”라고 노동법 개악을 비판했다. 



Doug Ford:


Oct 23, 2018  Ford government freezing $14 minimum wage as part of labour reform rollbacks

Making Ontario Open for Business Act will scrap key Liberal workplace laws

Mike Crawley, Andrea Janus · CBC News · Posted: Oct 23, 2018 8:35 AM ET | Last Updated: 2 hours ago

 

Jim Wilson, minister of economic development, job creation and trade, unveils the changes to Ontario's labour laws at a news conference Tuesday morning. (CBC)


Premier Doug Ford's government will freeze Ontario's minimum wage at $14 for another two years with a sweeping new bill that scraps many of the labour reforms brought in by the previous Liberal government in favour of a more pro-business agenda.


The omnibus legislation, unveiled Tuesday, is designed to fulfil one of Ford's central campaign promises, to make Ontario "open for business." It will change several provincial laws, notably employment standards.



Business lobbies Ford to revoke workplace reforms

Ford takes aim at Liberal Bill 148 labour legislation


The new act will repeal the bulk of the Kathleen Wynne government's Bill 148, labour legislation that gives all Ontario workers a minimum of two paid sick days and forces employers to pay part-time and casual staff at the same rate as full-time workers.


The bill announced Tuesday, called the Making Ontario Open for Business Act, scraps the two paid sick days legislated by the previous government. It also cancels 10 personal emergency leave days and replaces that with up to three days for personal illness, two for bereavement and three for family responsibilities, all unpaid.


The bill also eliminates pay-equity for part-time and casual workers.


Christine, a woman who the CBC News has agreed not to identify to protect her job, works four part-time minimum wage jobs in Richmond Hill, Ont. 


"We knew that this was coming, but it still feels like I was kicked in the stomach," she said in an interview on Metro Morning. "How is he for the people if he's not increasing minimum wage?" 


You can listen to the full interview in the player below:


Metro Morning


Two people affected by the government's decision to not increase minimum wage to $15 an hour

 LISTEN

00:00 09:09



The Conservative government will not go ahead with the previous government's promise to increase the minimum wage to $15. For many low-wage workers, the news is devastating. But for some small business-owners, it comes as an enormous relief. 9:09

'Invest, grow'


Three cabinet ministers announced the changes this morning: Economic Development Minister Jim Wilson, Labour Minister Laurie Scott and Training, Colleges and Universities Minister Merrilee Fullerton.


"We need to create an environment where businesses can grow and create good jobs," Wilson told reporters. "We have a real problem in Ontario with the high cost, delays and lost business associated with burdensome regulations."


Business groups such as the Ontario Chamber of Commerce and the Retail Council of Canada have been urging the Ford government to take away the new sick day and pay equity protections granted to Ontario workers this year.


On Tuesday, Ontario Chamber of Commerce chief executive Rocco Rossi said Bill 148 was a case of "too much, too fast."


In a statement, he said: "The compounding labour reforms and unintended consequences came at too high a cost to Ontario's economy. We are absolutely thrilled that the Government of Ontario is holding strong in its commitment to keep Ontario open for business."


Labour unions, however, were not enthused about the new bill.


'An enemy of workers'


"We've known for a long time that Doug Ford is no friend of workers, and with today's announcement he's proven exactly that," Chris Buckley, president of the Ontario Federation of Labour, said during a news conference at Queen's Park.


"In fact, he's proven he's an enemy of workers."


The Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario (ETFO) said the changes to labour laws will adversely affect precarious workers, such as occasional teachers.


"Ontario's economy is not going to grow when 40 per cent of working people do not have disposable income to fuel the economy nor the stability to feed their families," ETFO president Sam Hammond said in a statement.


"We've seen time and time again that 'open for business' really means that corporations and businesses get to operate carte blanche while suppressing wages and benefits needed by workers to survive."


Open for business


During his run for the Progressive Conservative leadership and during the election campaign, Ford frequently promised to put a neon sign at the border with the U.S. declaring Ontario open for business.


The PC government has already indicated it will not proceed with the scheduled increase in the minimum wage to $15 an hour on Jan. 1, instead freezing it at $14. Tuesday's announcement included word that the government will freeze the minimum wage until October 2020, with subsequent increases tied to inflation.


Rolling back previous hikes would be "immensely unfair to Ontario workers," said Labour Minister Laurie Scott.


But, she went on, "Ontario workers and businesses deserve a minimum wage determined by economics, not politics."

The bill unveiled Tuesday also repeals changes to the Labour Relations Act that had made it easier for workers in various sectors to join a union.


The bill will also make changes to how skilled trades are governed in the province designed to "address the backlog" in the system, including scrapping the Ontario College of Trades, which governs apprenticeships in Ontario.


The province would replace the college with a new model for the regulation of skilled trades and apprenticeships by early 2019.

About one in five new jobs in Ontario are expected to be trades-related positions, the Ford government said in its eight-page release. But employers are facing barriers to getting the skilled workers they need, the statement went on, so changes are coming to the ratios of journeyperson to apprentice in trades that are subject to ratios, putting it at one-to-one. 


Wilson said Tuesday the PC government is working to reverse a "tsunami" of regulations by the previous Liberal government that brought unnecessary costs to businesses and stymied economic growth.

"We must get government out of the way of our job creators," Wilson said.



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더그 포드 주정부의 '노동법' 개악안


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Ministry of Labour

 

 

Open for Business: Removing Burdens While Protecting Workers

October 23, 2018 11:40 A.M.

 

Ontario is open for business: the government is acting to bring jobs and investment back to our province by lightening the burden on business and making sure that hard work is rewarded.  

The proposed Making Ontario Open for Business Act would remove the worst burdens that prevent Ontario businesses from creating jobs while expanding opportunities for workers.


The government is proposing to repeal amendments made by the Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, 2017 (Bill 148) that are causing employers the most concern and unnecessary burden. 


The government undertook a thorough review of Bill 148 with consideration given to the impacts on Ontario's job creators and the opportunities for vulnerable workers. As part of this review dozens of employers and labour unions were consulted, and every clause of Bill 148 was considered with an eye to its impact on job creation in Ontario.


If the legislation passes, the amendments that would be repealed include:


Employment Standards Act, 2000 (ESA)

Minimum Wage

  • Keeping the minimum wage at $14 on January 1, 2019.
  • Not rolling back any previous minimum wage increase.
  • Establishing a 33-month pause in minimum wage increases with annual increases to the minimum wage, tied to inflation, to restart in 2020.

Scheduling

  • Repealing the following scheduling provisions that will come into force on January 1, 2019:
    • Right to request changes to schedule or work location after an employee has been employed for at least three months.
    • Minimum of three hours' pay for being on-call if the employee is available to work but is not called in to work, or works less than three hours.
    • Right to refuse requests or demands to work or to be on-call on a day that an employee is not scheduled to work or to be on-call with less than 96 hours' notice.
    • Three hours' pay in the event of cancellation of a scheduled shift or an on-call shift within 48 hours before the shift was to begin.
    • The record-keeping requirements that relate to the above-noted scheduling provisions.

Three Hour Rule

  • Modifying and moving the existing three-hour rule to a new section of the ESA. Where an employee who regularly works more than three hours a day is required to report to work, but works less than three hours, the employee would be paid for three hours. 

Personal Emergency Leave


  • Replacing the previous government's disastrous Personal Emergency Leave reforms with a straightforward package of annual leave days for every worker. 
  • Enshrining, for the first time in Ontario's history, the right of every worker to take up to three days for personal illness, two for bereavement and three for family responsibilities - in line with what workers receive in Alberta.
  • Preserving the right of every worker in Ontario to receive three weeks of paid vacation after five years.
  • Protecting current paid leave provisions for cases of domestic and sexual violence affecting an employee or an employee's child.
  • Repealing the provision that prohibits employers from requiring an employee to provide a medical note from a qualified health practitioner. Employers would have the right to require evidence of entitlement to the leave that is reasonable in the circumstances (e.g., a note from a qualified health practitioner).

Public Holiday Pay


  • Repealing the averaging public holiday pay formula prescribed by Bill 148 and return to the previous prorating public holiday pay formula.

Misclassification


  • Repealing the requirement for the employer to prove that an individual is not an employee ("reverse onus") where there is a dispute over whether the individual is an employee.

Equal Pay for Equal Work


  • Repealing equal pay for equal work on the basis of employment status (part-time, casual, and temporary) and assignment employee status (temporary help agency status).
  • Maintaining the requirement for equal pay on the basis of sex.

Sheltered Workshops


  • Delaying the January 1, 2019 repeal of the exclusion from the ESA of individuals who perform work in a simulated job or working environment if the primary purpose is the individual's rehabilitation. The repeal would instead come into force on proclamation.

Penalties for Contravention


  • The government is returning to the previous administrative penalties for contraventions of the ESA by decreasing the maximum penalties from $350/$700/$1500 to $250/$500/$1000, respectively.

Labour Relations Act (LRA)


The government is proposing the following changes to the LRA:

Card-based Certification


  • Repealing the rules that forced card-based certification on the workers in home care, building services, and temporary help agencies. Instead the government will preserve the right of these workers to vote through a secret ballot.

Employee Lists


  • Protecting Ontarians' privacy and personal information by repealing the rules that forced an employer to hand over their employees' personal information to a union, even if only 20% of the workers showed interest in joining a union.

Remedial Certification


  • Reinstating pre-Bill 148 test and preconditions for the OLRB to certify a union as remedy for employer misconduct.
  • Requiring the OLRB to determine whether a vote or new vote would be a sufficient remedy, or whether the only sufficient remedy would be to certify the union.

Successor Rights


  • Repealing the regulation-making authority to expand successor rights to contract tendering for publicly-funded services such as homecare.

Structure of Bargaining Units


  • Repealing the power of the OLRB to review and consolidate newly certified bargaining units with existing bargaining units.
  • Empowering the OLRB to review the structure of bargaining units where the existing bargaining units are no longer appropriate for collective bargaining.

Return-to-work Rights


  • Returning to the six month limitation on an employee's right to reinstatement following the start of a strike or lock-out.

First Collective Agreement Mediation and Mediation-Arbitration


  • Repealing the Bill 148 first collective agreement mediation and mediation-arbitration provisions and provisions for educational support.
  • Reinstating pre-Bill 148 conditions for access to first agreement arbitration (where it appears to the OLRB that collective bargaining has been unsuccessful for specified reasons).

Fines

  • Returning to the previous maximum fines for offences under the LRA by decreasing the fines from $5,000 to $2,000 for individuals and from $100,000 to $25,000 for organizations.

Streamlining and Improving Processes


  • Expanding and recognizing alternative means of communications under the Act (e.g., facsimile, e-mail) for various types of documents, and deeming the time of the release or receipt of the document.

  • Allowing the OLRB to make rules to expedite certain proceedings without the requirement of an order of the Lieutenant Governor in Council to establish a coming-into-force date for the rule.

  • Facilitating and requiring the publication of documents (collective agreements and arbitration awards) filed with the Minister, including publication on Government website. 

 

Simon Jefferies Premiers Office
Simon.Jefferies@ontario.ca

Christine Bujold Ministers Office
416-325-6955

Janet Deline Communications Branch
416-326-7405

 

Available Online

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1) 고등학교,대학교 등록금 폐지 필요성

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