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Canadians want federal government to deliver on protecting door-to-door mail service

Most Canadians like the idea of changing mail delivery from 5 to 3 days a week May 25, 2017 – With a decision on the future of Canada Post promised for sometime “this spring,” a new public opinion poll from

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Resale resentment: Four-in-five Canadians say ‘ticket-bots’ should be banned

Half say government should step in to fix this problem; half say it’s an industry responsibility May 8, 2017 – It has been called an epidemic, hampering the live-music community. When tickets to concerts, or big-name sports events go on

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Airport Privatization: Canadians not prepared to clear this idea for takeoff

Most think flying would become more expensive, less secure, if airports were sold to private sector   April 26, 2017 – A plan to sell Canada’s eight largest airports to the private sector appears to be grounded, for now, and

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Canada is miles – or rather, kilometres – away from a uniform system of measurement

Young people use metric the most, but nearly everyone thinks of their height and weight in imperial March 1, 2017 – How tall is Sidney Crosby? And how far is it from Vancouver to Halifax? For most Canadians, the answers

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Trolls and tribulations: One-in-four Canadians say they’re being harassed on social media

Most say companies don’t do enough to combat abuse on social media platforms October 21, 2016 – It’s not something most people would feel comfortable seeing while walking down the street: One out of every four people being subjected to

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Technology replacing workers: is the worst over? Or yet to come?

Most Canadians say technology killing more jobs than it creates is a serious concern August 17, 2016 – Nearly two-in-three Canadians believe new and developing technologies will eliminate more jobs than they’ll create, but have these predictions already be gun

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