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Public Sector Unions Talk Resignation... and Prorogation

A lot of government business ground to a halt today, now that the Legislature is prorogued. But negotiations with the public sector unions will continue. Laura spoke with Ken Coran, the president of the Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation and Smokey Thomas, president of OPSEU, the union that represents thousands of public servants. Listen audio (runs 12:10)

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