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Les Néo-Brunswickois s’opposent à l’abolition de postes d’enseignant que prévoit un récent budget

• Une forte majorité de résidents du Nouveau-Brunswick s’oppose à la récente mesure budgétaire provinciale qui entraîne l’élimination de 249 postes d’enseignant. • Cette abolition de postes est plus fortement appuyée par les personnes plus âgées et par celles dont le revenu familial s’inscrit dans la tranche supérieure. HALIFAX, N.-É., le 18 juin 2015 – Selon un...

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New Brunswickers oppose the elimination of teaching positions in recent budget

• A large majority of New Brunswick residents oppose a recent provincial budget change that results in the elimination of 249 teaching positions. • Support for the elimination of teaching positions is higher among older residents and those in the highest household income category. HALIFAX, NS June 18, 2015:  A majority of New Brunswick residents oppose recent changes announced in the...

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Majority of NL residents continue to support the Muskrat Falls development

• Two-thirds of Newfoundland and Labrador residents support the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project development, similar to results from 2013. • Younger residents and those with higher household incomes are more likely to support the Muskrat Falls development. HALIFAX, NS June 18, 2015:  There continues to be relatively little opposition to the development of the Muskrat Falls...

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Nova Scotians oppose the reduction of financial support to the film industry

• A majority of Nova Scotians oppose the reduction of financial support to the film industry in the province. • Residents in Halifax and Cape Breton are more likely to oppose the reduction of financial support to the film industry, as are women and lower income households. HALIFAX, NS June 17, 2015:  A majority of Nova Scotians oppose recent changes in the provincial tax credit that saw a...

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Atlantic Canadians support key federal budget measures

• A majority of Atlantic Canadians support many key aspects of the recent federal budget, including an enhanced Universal Child Care Benefit, gradual reduction of the small business tax rate, and an increase of annual contribution limits to Tax-Free Savings Accounts. • A plurality of Atlantic Canadians support reducing the minimum withdrawal amounts for Registered Retirement Income Funds...

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Federal voting intentions tighten significantly in Atlantic Canada

• NDP support surges in the Atlantic Provinces, at Liberals’ expense. • Trudeau still preferred for Prime Minister; support for Mulcair increases. • Majority of Atlantic Canadians remain dissatisfied with the performance of the federal government. HALIFAX, NS June 10, 2015: Support for the federal NDP has dramatically increased this quarter reversing a nearly three year decline in...

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