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01 Dec 2016

Public Divided Concerning Potential Teachers’ Strike

Nova Scotia residents are divided in terms of support and opposition toward potential strike action by Nova Scotia’s public school teachers Females, along with residents under the age of 55 are more likely to support strike action than males and those 55 years of...

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21 Nov 2016

Consumer confidence in Saint John continues to trend upwards

Consumer confidence in Saint John continues to rise following a notable drop nine months ago Satisfaction with the performance of Council under Mayor Don Darling’s leadership has stabilized, after a slight decrease post-election HALIFAX, NS November 21, 2016: Consumer confidence among Saint John residents...

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21 Nov 2016

Consumer confidence in Fredericton continues to trend upwards

Consumer confidence continues to rise in Fredericton following a notable drop nine months ago Satisfaction with the performance of Council under Mayor Mike O’Brien’s leadership is high and has increased this quarter HALIFAX, NS November 21, 2016: Consumer confidence in Fredericton continues to improve...

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17 Nov 2016

Consumer confidence in Halifax remains stable

Consumer confidence in Halifax remains stable compared with three months ago Satisfaction with the performance of Council under Mayor Savage’s leadership remains high and is stable this quarter HALIFAX, NS November 17, 2016: Consumer confidence among Halifax residents is stable this quarter, after having...

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17 Nov 2016

Moncton consumer confidence continues to rebound

Consumer confidence in Moncton increases for the third consecutive quarter after a sharp decline in the first quarter of 2016 Satisfaction with the performance of Council under Mayor Arnold remains high and is stable this quarter HALIFAX, NS November 17, 2016: Moncton consumer confidence...

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