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Two-Thirds (68%) of Canadians Agree Harper Government Should Stop the Sale of Canadian Companies to All Foreign Investors, Three Quarters (74%) Agree Sales to Foreign-Owned State Enterprises Should Stop

Majority (56%) Disagrees That Canada Needs Foreign Investment If it Wants the Oil and Gas Sector to Grow

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Toronto, ON – Most Canadians want to put a stop to the sale of Canadian companies to foreign investors – particularly if that investor is a state-owned enterprise – according to a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of Postmedia News and Global Television. Two-thirds (68%) of Canadians ‘agree’ (29% strongly/38% somewhat) that...

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Two-Thirds (68%) of Canadians Agree Harper Government Should Stop the Sale of Canadian Companies to All Foreign Investors, Three Quarters (74%) Agree Sales to Foreign-Owned State Enterprises Should Stop


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