created by individual corporate superpowers who operate under the principle that if we can change this or that provision within a specific act, our CEOs will receive a $10 million dollar bonus as opposed to a $5 million dollar bonus.
This is based upon the fact that these changes will increase profit margins, increasing bonuses, as compared to small business owners who barely make a $100,000 profit, while corporate superpowers who make billions of dollars in profit.
A $100,000-profit in big business is nothing more than a rounding error at the cost of the small business community and the taxpayer.
So, by the same token, when corporate superpowers plan to change the terms in their pension plans, they sign a collective bargaining agreement knowing that if we can add these terms within an agreement, corporate superpowers are allowed to petition for changes in the pension benefit standards acts, knowing that these changes will be included in the next omnibus implementation act.
This allows corporate superpowers to steal millions of dollars from Canadian workers who work for them, while at the same time, the workers in small or medium businesses can barely afford to live, let alone contribute to a Pension Plan. No government has supported small business or Canadian workers in the last 20-plus years, especially when governments ram omnibus budget implementation acts through the House of Commons and Senate without legislative oversight (or when big corporations manufacture and fabricate evidence before the Supreme Court.)