Canadians, Quebecers Would Not See PQ Win as Call for Sovereignty

Most respondents in the country and the province believe that a victory for the Parti Qauébécois would simply mean a change of government.

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Olympic Games Too Commercial for Americans, Britons and Canadians

A majority of respondents in the three countries believe the Olympics have benefitted from the presence of professional athletes.

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New Democrats Gain, Liberals Get No Traction in British Columbia

Adrian Dix extends his lead on the Best Premier question, and maintains a higher approval rating than the other three provincial party leaders.

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Calgary and Vancouver Praised by Citizens for Services, Environment

People in Toronto and Montreal are more critical of their municipal governments, but laud diversity and culture respectively.

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Global Warming Skepticism Higher in U.S. and Britain than Canada

While a majority of Canadians say that climate change is a fact and is caused by emissions, only two-in-five Americans and Britons concur.

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Wall Best, Dexter Worst as Canadians Rate Their Premiers

Alison Redford increases her standing in Alberta, while a decline is noticeable for Newfoundland and Labrador’s Kathy Dunderdale.

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