Quebec AM | Jul 2, 2013 | 16:12

Quebec's construction workers forced back to work

Since Day 1 of Quebec's construction strike, the question of whether or not the provincial government would resort to back-to-work legislation loomed over negotiations. Shawn Lyons brings us an update.

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