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Elections are like Fords’ football – and Wynne may throw a Hail Mary

By Shachi Kurl, Executive Director We may never know what curse from what grandmother from which old country has bedeviled the Ontario Progressive Conservatives so badly. Since Patrick Brown’s tearful news conference Jan. 24, the party has been beset by

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How Canadian – we’re split on twinning the pipeline

By Shachi Kurl – Executive Director We’ve all witnessed enough family fights to know that when the siblings go at it, they’re simultaneously keeping tongues focused on the insults and eyes focused on which relatives are nodding in agreement. After

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Sexual misconduct – same crap, different era

By Shachi Kurl – Executive Director When I was growing up, they told us girls we could have it all. Careers in sciences and maths (or whatever we wanted), financial independence, sex appeal, kids … like, ALL of it. Along with those

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As the foreign buyers debate rages on, most Metro Vancouver residents made up their minds long ago

By Ian Holliday, Research Associate, Angus Reid Institute January 30, 2018 For years, observers of Metro Vancouver’s runaway housing market have debated the extent to which foreign buyers are to blame for driving up the cost of real estate in

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With NAFTA talks faltering, CPTPP agreement viewed optimistically by Canadians

By Dave Korzinski, Research Associate January 29, 2018 2018 is off to a much better start for Canada’s trade negotiators than 2017. The government announced on January 23rd that it reached an agreement to sign onto a revised version of

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How closely do Canadians follow issues in the news?

For nearly three years, the Angus Reid Institute has been asking Canadians some variation of the same question about the issues of the day: “How closely are you following this issue?” The response categories have been tweaked over the years,

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