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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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Keep the change? Canadians split on moving to a no-tipping system in restaurants

Six-in-ten who prefer ‘service included’ pricing say they tip more due to societal pressure July 13, 2016 – As an Earls Restaurant in Calgary makes waves for piloting a no discretionary tipping policy – replacing it instead with 16 per

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Walmart vs. Visa: Customers would shop less frequently if retail giant pulls cards from stores

Canadians side with Walmart in fee dispute, but expect retailer to line own pockets, not pass on savings July 7, 2016 – As Walmart prepares to stop accepting Visa cards in certain Canadian stores beginning on July 18, a new

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Closing the ‘digital divide’: Most Canadians support CRTC action to provide broadband to all households

Seven-in-ten say access to broadband internet is an essential service June 10, 2016 – Most Canadians believe high-speed internet is an “essential” service, and see ensuring universal access to it as a priority. These are some of the findings of

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Not Netflix, Sans Spotify: Canadians back continued CRTC regulation, but not for online content

Younger Canadians show strongest opposition to regulating digital media June 3, 2016 – As the federal government continues public consultation ahead of the first comprehensive review of Canada’s cultural policies since 1991, a new public opinion poll from the Angus

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Hold the Phone: Most Manitobans disapprove of BCE-MTS merger

Majority see deal as bad for their monthly mobile bills June 1, 2016 – If it were up to Manitoba residents, they’d be hanging up on Bell Canada’s planned $3.9 billion purchase of Manitoba Telecom Services. A new public opinion

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