For majority of Canadians, Christmas’ importance lies in time with family, a break from everyday life and time for reflection

Significant number – more than half – say religious aspect of Christmas still comes first December 22, 2014 – As Canadians prepare to join loved ones over the Christmas season, they do so as residents of a multidenominational and multicultural

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Most Canadians view Muslim community as a partner, not a problem in the fight against radicalization

However, 73% also say Muslim community leaders aren’t speaking out enough against homegrown terrorism November 24, 2014 – The majority of Canadians see the Muslim community in this country as a partner in the fight against radicalization, but also say Muslim community leaders

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Federal Politics: Harper’s Conservatives end 2014 with slight lead over Trudeau Liberals; NDP running third

PM’s momentum increases slightly over the year, but most Canadians still say it’s “time for a change” December 29, 2014 – The Canadian political landscape heading into election year 2015 suggests the slightest advantage for the governing Conservatives over the

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Half of Canadians support Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion, just over half back protests against it, and some actually support both

New survey measures Canadians’ views on Keystone, KM pipelines, energy policy and gas prices December 18, 2014 – Canadians are split in their views on the proposed expansion of the Kinder Morgan pipeline from Alberta to British Columbia, and the

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Most Canadians support assisted suicide, but under which circumstances reveal much deeper divides

Experience with palliative care a key driver of opinion; also differences in perspective along religious lines December 16, 2014 – Canadians express moderate to strong support for changes in legislation that would allow physicians to help patients who want to

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Manitoba premier’s job approval plunges to all-time low as he fights to retain party leadership

December 16, 2014 – Manitoba premier Greg Selinger’s job approval has sunk to an all-time low as he fends off a challenge to his leadership. Among respondents in his province, fewer than one-in-five (17%) approve of his performance as provincial

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