Federal Cabinet Ratings: A happy new year for Freeland; Hussen, Sohi face cold winter

Files Trudeau government has found itself vulnerable on take toll on ministers responsible for them December 14, 2018 –  While members of the federal cabinet prepare to escape the political and literal biting cold of Ottawa during the winter break,

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Year end letter from Chairman Angus Reid

I started the Angus Reid Institute in October 2014 with a simple goal: To provide an independent voice in Canadian public opinion polling, one that wouldn’t be aligned with any political party or beholden to any corporate interests. As 2019 begins,

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Trudeau’s crown slips, and he may need a pipeline to save it

By Shachi Kurl, Executive Director While it’s normal for politicians to lose popularity over time, another statistic jumps out: For the first time since the Liberals swept to a majority 38 months ago, Trudeau is no longer seen as the

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Winter of Discontent: As Justin Trudeau’s approval deteriorates, can his rivals make gains?

For the first time since October 2015, someone other than Trudeau is seen as best PM December 19, 2018 – At the end of what has been a challenging and at times chaotic year across the federal political landscape, Canadian

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Premiers’ Performance: A Holly Jolly Christmas for Legault and Moe

Horgan, Ford, earn the approval of pluralities in their respective provinces December 20, 2018 – Quebec and Saskatchewan Premiers Francois Legault and Scott Moe have each received an early Christmas present in the form of majority job approval ratings from

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