For example, the news that Rio Tinto Alcan has locked out 800 workers in Quebec.
Maybe something you could get away with at some point, like 3 years ago when they shut down the Beauharnois plant that was using outdated technology, and the price of aluminum had dropped by half. (RTA is continuing to make efforts to assist the Beauharnois region to transition to potential new economic drivers)
But considering that Rio Tinto made $14+ bil in 2010...
and the occupy movement has helped people understand just how vastly disproportionate the earnings of the wealthy are to their contributions
and Quebecers voted for a guy who tragically died in the last federal election
and Harper's gloriously generous corporate tax cuts have only served to foster greater corporate greed
and (last but definitely not least) the Habs are really stinking out the joint...
I do not like Rio Tinto Alcan's chances of coming out of this smelling like a rose... despite any of Steve Harper's best efforts to sell out his fellow Canadians
More likely - they will be smelling like a smelter