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The Modi Visit: Canadians express interest in free trade with India, doubts about nuclear deal

April 14, 2015 – As Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives on a three-day state visit to Canada, people in this country feel positively towards his homeland in general, but their top-of-mind images of the country aren’t always glowing. They

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Half of working Canadians call overtime a “choice”, but the vast majority are doing it

Managers, executives say they burn the midnight oil most; union members more likely to be compensated February 16, 2015 – As Canadians in several provinces mark the last day of a long weekend, new research from the Angus Reid Institute

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On promoting economic growth and innovation, Canadians say government, not business, should be responsible

October 23, 2014 – A majority of Canadians say government, rather than the business community, should be primarily responsible for promoting economic growth and innovation in this country. That is the finding of an Angus Reid Institute (ARI) online survey

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Canadians’ optimism about their fortunes for the year ahead hits four-year low

Manitobans are currently more buoyant about improvement to their standard of living in the year ahead than Canadians in other parts of the country; but a four-year trend shows an overall national decline. Those are some of the findings of

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Twenty years of trade: Canadians solidly support CETA in 2014; soundly opposed NAFTA in 1993

      Two decades after Angus Reid Global first asked Canadians their opinions about the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the trade pact between Canada, the US and Mexico is still dividing Canadians. However, they are more accepting

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Temporary Foreign Worker program: fine for older Canadians, bigger problem for young & unemployed

Overall, Canadians split on support for Temporary Foreign Workers Program

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