Despite Shakeups in City Halls Across the Country, Most (63%) Canadians Predict ‘The Same’ Outcome from Their Municipal Leaders

While One Quarter (25%) Believes Their New Municipal Government Will Be Better Able to Provide the Local City Services They Need, One in Ten (12%) Fear They’ll be Worse Off

Tuesday, November 02, 2010

Toronto, ON – Despite a series of shakeups which saw new councils and mayors catapulted to the reigns of power in City Halls across the country, a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted exclusively for Postmedia News and Global Television has revealed that most Canadians aren’t expecting much to change as a result of their local municipal...

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Despite Shakeups in City Halls Across the Country, 
Most (63%) Canadians Predict ‘The Same’ 
Outcome from Their Municipal Leaders

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