Yes, Trump-style populism could happen in Canada. Here’s why

Shachi Kurl and Stephen Maher recently matched wits at the fifth annual Travers Debate in Ottawa, which raises money for the R. James Travers Foreign Corresponding Fellowship. The subject of their debate: Be it resolved that Canada is immune from

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Black Friday and Charity: Are retailers really helping out or just cashing in?

Two-in-three Canadians say they’ve made a point-of-sale donation of $1 or $2 in the last year November 24, 2017 – As shoppers across North America line up outside big box stores before daybreak, crouch over laptops, and swarm their local

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Premiers’ Performance: Wall, Horgan remain on top, Atlantic premiers’ approval sees volatility

Ontario’s Wynne inches upward again this quarter, approved of by just one-in-five in Ontario December 19, 2017 – Is it candy or coal in the stockings of Canada’s premiers this December? The latest quarterly analysis of polling data from the

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Scary boo: From spiders & snakes to death & big government, Canadians reveal what scares them most

Four-in-ten Millennials say children should trick or treat until 15 or later. Older Canadians disagree. October 30, 2017 – While darkness falls across the land, with the midnight hour close at hand, ghouls, zombies and ghosts (princesses, cowboys and pumpkins

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With U.S. out, Canadian support for ‘TPP 11’ nearly doubles

Continuing a 2017 trend, majority prefer to focus trade efforts on Pacific Rim nations over U.S. November 3, 2017 – When President Donald Trump pulled the U.S. out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership in the days following his inauguration, many thought

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Power & Politics: Canadians may not be as tolerant as they think

.@ShachiKurl from @angusreidorg says polling data shows Canadians may not be as tolerant as they think. #2016Census #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/PEEgI1RsjZ — Power & Politics (@PnPCBC) October 25, 2017

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