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Will #IamLinda move votes away from Christy Clark?

By Shachi Kurl, Executive Director May 5, 2017 – It’s said that the half-life of a tweet is somewhere between a few minutes and a few hours. By that measure, #IamLinda made it well past its life expectancy. The Twitter hashtag caused

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Meet Jagmeet: Will Canadian opinion on religious symbols affect Singh’s bid for NDP leader?

By Shachi Kurl, Executive Director May 18, 2017 – Two years ago, had I described a dapper young politician representing an urban, ethnically mixed riding who could win votes from millennials and those on the left, you’d have thought I was

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They may not be entirely happy about refugee resettlement, but Alberta and Saskatchewan take in more than their fair share

By Shachi Kurl, Executive Director and Dave Korzinski, Research Associate February 27, 2017 – Holding a mirror up to society and reflecting back what our society is, rather than what we think it is or want it to be, can be uncomfortable.

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Make Questionnaires Great Again

By Shachi Kurl, Executive Director & Ian Holliday, Research Associate February 17, 2017 – Pollsters and polling organizations are frequently the target of criticism, derision and disdain. People don’t like the data, so folks get mad. We sometimes get it wrong, so

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With Trump in office, and free trade under scrutiny, it appears Canadians are finally rallying around NAFTA

By Shachi Kurl, Executive Director, Angus Reid Institute and Carlo Dade, Director of the Centre for Trade and Investment Policy, Canada West Foundation February 15, 2017 – It’s no mystery why the topic of “women in the workforce” was a centrepiece of the first face-to-face

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After Sainte-Foy: Moving forward requires going further

By Shachi Kurl, Executive Director, Angus Reid Institute February 1, 2017 – In the early hours of Monday morning, as people across Quebec and the rest of the country absorbed the shock, horror and tragedy of the murders of Muslims praying

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