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| September 2, 2015
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| September 1, 2015
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| August 31, 2015
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| August 28, 2015

Conservatives' promise to dedicated $200M to expand broadband

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The Conservatives' promise to dedicated $200M to expand broadband. Is this true? Fact check time!

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| August 27, 2015
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| August 26, 2015
| August 25, 2015

PSAC vs. The Sun: Government workers are an issue this election

The stakes for government workers are high this election, says PSAC. The Sun disagrees.

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PSAC stands up for public servants, angers Sun editorialists

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Many high-profile campaigns targeting Harper's record launched just before the writ dropped on August 2.

One of the highest profile national campaigns was from the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC). PSAC represents 170,000 government workers across Canada. PSAC members will be most directly affected by the outcome of the election; the stakes for them are high and personal.

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