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Vast majority of Canadians support Net Neutrality, but split over whether current regulations are sufficient

Four-in-five say US made wrong decision in voting to removing internet protections April 4, 2018 – While the internet has grown in scale, influence and importance in the lives of most everyone on the planet over the past few decades,

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Canadian Millennials think they have it tougher than past generations, and half of boomers agree

One-in-three say people living in their parents’ homes longer is a bad thing; just one-in-five say it’s good   July 20, 2016 – High housing costs, student loans, underemployment, wage stagnation – the reasons why an ever-increasing number of young

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Un-liking Facebook: 3-in-4 Canadian users say data mining scandal will change how they use the platform

Four-in-ten say their opinion of the company has worsened in the last month March 26, 2018 – The revelation that U.K. data firm Cambridge Analytica surreptitiously gathered data from some 50 million Facebook users – among numerous other alleged shady

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Banking Blues: Canadians say they lack confidence in understanding key financial terms

Women – especially those under age 35 – express less confidence in their financial knowledge than men February 14, 2018 – What’s the difference between interest and compound interest? Or between a defined-contribution pension plan and a defined-benefit plan? What

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Faith and connection to culture define relationship between newer Canadians and charitable giving

New generations of Canadians more likely to say they should be doing more, though they already do January 16, 2018 – Canada is a nation of immigrants. As of the 2016 census, roughly one-in-five Canadians was born in another country.

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The Giving Gap: What stops Canadians from donating more to charitable organizations?

Legitimacy, effectiveness of charities a significant driver of why those who want to give more, don’t November 28, 2017 – After days of shopping their brains out in-store and online, Canadians will be prompted this Giving Tuesday to instead spend

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