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Sharing a row with Rover? Age and gender drive massive differences of opinion about pets on planes

Many concerned that the ‘service animal’ label is being abused to bring larger, exotic animals on board August 9, 2018 –  Most frequent flyers have criteria for a pleasant flying experience. Leave on time. Avoid a seat by the bathroom.

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As wheels turn over Greyhound service cuts, slim majority backs government-run rural bus services

Most residents of Western Canada have used a Greyhound bus at least once in their lives. July 27, 2018 – As the nation’s premiers – led by Alberta’s Rachel Notley, who recently expanded a rural transportation pilot program – call

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Decline of Newspapers: Age drives views on the impacts of shrinking newsrooms

Subscribers and Canadians over 55 most sympathetic to newspapers’ struggles April 29, 2016 – As editions of Canada’s newspapers grow thinner and thinner – a sign of their own industry’s steady decline, Canadians are divided – mostly along generational lines

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Millennials would rather hail an Uber, while older Canadians prefer traditional taxi service

Most hold a favourable view of ridesharing app, though two-thirds say it needs to be further regulated May 4, 2018 – A new public opinion study from the Angus Reid Institute finds age to be the main driver of opinion

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Rrroll up the grim? One-in-three Tim Hortons customers say their opinion of company is worsening

But, just nine per cent of Canadians say they don’t buy Tim Hortons products, majority stop in regularly April 17, 2018 –  A brewing conflict between Tim Hortons franchisees and its foreign owned parent company Restaurant Brands International (RBI) appears

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As Canadians’ awareness of Airbnb has grown, so has their desire to regulate it

Nearly half would like to see their community follow Vancouver and Toronto in limiting short-term rentals April 27, 2018 – As marquee cities around the world struggle with soaring real estate and rental prices and plummeting vacancy rates, policymakers have

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