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16 April 2018
Mainstreet Research associates closely track issues across the country at the local, provincial and national level. From St. John’s, Newfoundland to Victoria, British Columbia, we are available to field interview requests from print, radio and television journalists about political, economic and societal issues. We are always happy to respond to media inquiries from campus newspapers and journalism students.
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Please e-mail David Valentin, david [at] mainstreetresearch.ca to request an interview. We do our very best to accommodate deadlines.
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