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February 8, 2023

Outgoing union federation president Boyer worries about ‘two backward-looking parties’ and fears for social programs

Quebec’s largest union federation’s outgoing president Daniel Boyer is warning voters against the “two backward-looking parties” of Eric Duhaime and Pierre Poilievre, saying that if the latter is elected to power in the next federal election, it will attack social programs and unions. Source

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