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Canadians at work: technology enables more flexibility, but longer hours too; checking in is the new normal

Canadians view mobile technology, despite increase in working hours, as a positive thing February 9, 2015 – Working Canadians say the use of mobile technology as a tool of the trade has them working more, checking in more often, but

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Millennials and Giving: Finances, lack of confidence prevent many young people from donating to charity

Most under 35 view sharing or liking posts on social media as at least ‘fairly meaningful’ support December 6, 2017 – Anyone who spends time on the internet is familiar with the accusation: the millennial generation is on a rampage,

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Three-in-four Canadians call airlines’ new checked baggage fees “unacceptable”, “money grab”

October 31, 2014 – Canada’s major airlines are on the hot seat as a result of recently announced $25 fees for the first checked bag for flights in Canada. The most recent Angus Reid Institute online survey of Canadian adults

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Canadians less likely than the British or Americans to do holiday shopping online

In a three country survey, Canadians most likely to purchase with credit

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Britons and Canadians More Likely to Endorse Evolution than Americans

A majority of respondents in the United States believe God created human beings in their present form.

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Canadians Flatly Reject Usage Based Billing for Internet Access

Most respondents across the country “strongly disagree” with the proposed course of action.

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