Truth and Reconciliation: Canadians see value in process, skeptical about government action

Seven-in-ten agree with the TRC’s characterization of residential schools as “cultural genocide.” July 9, 2015 – Many Canadians believe the recently concluded Truth and Reconciliation Commission was a worthwhile process for their country, and most support its key recommendations, but that

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What will engage Canadians most in 2016? Many of the same issues that dominated 2015

The federal election and the Paris attacks were the most-followed news stories of 2015. January 1, 2016 – As the world turns its gaze toward 2016, the Angus Reid Institute is preparing its polling agenda for the next 12 months.

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Most urban Canadians want Trump’s name gone from towers in Toronto, Vancouver

One-third of Canadians overall agree with GOP presidential candidate’s call to ban Muslim immigration  December 18, 2015 – Donald Trump may be leading the pack among U.S. Republican presidential candidates – but his policies and statements are having a chilling

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Hockey Night in Canada: Chemistry improving in second year of Rogers broadcast

Number of Canadians embracing Rogers broadcast has almost doubled over last year, but still in minority December 12, 2015 – With the second season of Hockey Night in Canada (HNIC) with George Stromboulopoulos in the host’s seat nearly a third

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Premiers’ Performance: Federal Liberal ‘red tide’ lifts Atlantic Premiers’ approval ratings

Saskatchewan’s Brad Wall the only Canadian premier with majority approval rating December 9, 2015 – The red tide that propelled the Trudeau Liberals to a majority government in October also appears to be lifting the fortunes of some premiers, particularly

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Rick Hansen discusses ARI poll on disability and accessibility on Canada AM

The founder and CEO of the Rick Hansen Foundation joins CTV’s Canada AM to discuss a study his organization produced in partnership with ARI: “Disability and Accessibility: Canadians see significant room for improvement in communities where they live”

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