97% of Canadians’ Travel Plans Held During Swine Flu Outbreak

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Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Vancouver, BC - Although concerns surrounding the outbreak of novel influenza A (H1N1), also known as the Swine Flu, were prevalent among Canadian residents, 97% of those who had plans to travel between May to August, 2009, kept those plans intact. This is just one of the findings from an Ipsos Reid survey conducted among...

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97% of Canadians’ Travel Plans Held During Swine Flu Outbreak

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Michael Rodenburgh
Executive Vice President, Canada
Ipsos Marketing
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michael.rodenburgh@ipsos.com