Two-thirds (68%) of Canadians are Concerned about Labour Unrest Related to the Elementary Public-School System; Majority (71%) Agree Teachers Should Not Have the Right to Strike

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Tuesday, September 04, 2012

Toronto, ON – Two in three (68%) Canadians are ‘concerned’ (30% very/38% somewhat) about ‘labour unrest like work-to-rule, strikes and lockouts’ as they relate to the elementary public-school system, according to a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted exclusively for Global Television, the second instalment of a six-part series on...

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Two-thirds (68%) of Canadians are Concerned about Labour Unrest Related to the Elementary Public-School System; 
Majority (71%) Agree Teachers Should Not Have the Right to Strike

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