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New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs says his government could force employees back to work if a public-sector strike that began Friday morning hurts health care.

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“If the health-care system is impacted, or if the health and safety of our citizens are at risk or jeopardized in the middle of a pandemic, in the middle of an emergency order, then we could have an action directly as a result of being in an emergency order in the province,” he?saidThe first day of ActiveTO.

“And that would necessitate an end to the strike in those categories.”

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