Sure as I am that all will agree with me on this point, I noticed this in an otherwise innocent article on CBC PEI today:
The Public Service Alliance of Canada is calling for the federal government to reverse a decision to move a translation bureau from Charlottetown to Halifax. Vaughan Davies, the union president on the Island, said three jobs will disappear as a result. One person has been moved to the Department of Veteran's Affairs, another has lost their job, and a third position was vacant. Davies said the vacant job is the reason being cited for moving the office.I think the marketplace is doing a little interpretation on that point that the collective labour force politbureau apparatchiks might be having a little trouble with. Why is it never good enough to be just as good? It is a very good place, indeed, just as are most others.
"The employer is unable to fill the manager position in Charlottetown because no one wants to move to Prince Edward Island, which is extremely tough to buy seeing as Prince Edward Island is the most beautiful province in Canada and is the finest province in Canada to live in."
Public works officials have not yet commented on the decision to close the bureau in Charlottetown.