Archive: Toronto Shutdown?

Studio 2

The labour movement says it'll "shut down" Toronto in the biggest protest yet against the Harris government. Tomorrow, the courts will hear the first in a series of injunctions aimed at stopping the unions. Paula Todd is joined by Toronto councillor Tom Jakobek who opposes labor's action and Sid Ryan, head of the Canadian Union of Public Employees, the largest group participating in Friday's general strike to hear both sides of the story.
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Oct 24, 1996
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