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Jul 19, 2016

Workplace Law Bulletin - Canada's Gain from Brexit Brain Drain

“Cheers to democracy!” said no young voter in the post-Brexit aftermath. The Brexit referendum brought out a record number of voters, but the younger generation, who overwhelmingly supported staying in the EU, simply did not show up to the polls. So now the people with the most to lose and the longest to live with this decision are not only regretting their lack of participation, but also waiting for the government to figure out “what now?”

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