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Most Canadians think schools should teach morals and values, but which ones?

By Ian Holliday January 21, 2016 – One of the most surprising findings from the Angus Reid Institute’s recent poll on morality was the widespread agreement with the statement “Public education should put more emphasis on teaching morals and values.” Fully

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Nuanced opinion on doctor-assisted death means government should tread lightly

By Shachi Kurl January 15, 2016 – On the subject of doctor-assisted death in Canada, the federal government now finds itself in a somewhat similar position as some proponents: running out of time. And while for proponents, the matter is

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ANALYSIS: How do Canadians want infrastructure dollars spent? It depends on where they live

By Ian Holliday January 5, 2016 – In our recent poll regarding the federal government’s proposal to run budget deficits in order to invest more money in infrastructure, the Angus Reid Institute asked Canadians how they would spend the money

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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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Global TV – New Survey Looks at Gender and Sport

Angus Reid Institute Senior Vice President Shachi Kurl joins AfterNoon to discuss new survey findings on the Women’s World Cup and Canadian attitudes toward women in sport.

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When disaster strikes abroad, Canadians are divided on who’s responsible for getting them home safe

Most look to government in situations like Nepal earthquake; onus shifts to individuals in other scenarios May 8, 2015 – When Canadians are stranded by some disaster abroad – such as the recent earthquake in Nepal – who should be

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