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‘Famous Five’s’ Nellie McClung top, but not majority choice as female face to appear on new Canadian bill

Strong regional preferences dominate ‘long list’ of women proposed for new banknotes May 19 2016 – Come 2018, Canadians will be seeing a new face in their wallets, and the latest public opinion poll from the Angus Reid Institute indicates

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Money and Politics: Most Canadians want bans on corporate & union donations, leader ‘top-ups’

Eight-in-ten say the practice of parties paying their leaders extra salary “should be stopped”  May 10, 2016 – When it comes to money in provincial politics, Canadians take a decidedly “less is more” approach. A new public opinion poll, self-commissioned

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Two-in-three Canadians say the Senate is “too damaged” to ever earn their goodwill

Four-in-ten call for Red Chamber to be abolished, even at cost of a constitutional fight May 3, 2016 – As Mike Duffy returns to the Red Chamber this week for the first time in three years, a new public opinion

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One-in-five Canadians say they’ve suffered a concussion playing sports; most before turning 18

Pattern of under-reporting concussions appears to be changing as awareness of brain injury grows December 16, 2015 –While Canadians have become lamentably accustomed to seeing hockey stars such as Sidney Crosby, Paul Kariya and Chris Pronger suffer the effects of

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4/20 Friendly? Canadian support for pot legalization grows, but most don’t view it as a national priority

Divisions exist over whether legalization should also erase previous criminal records for possession April 20, 2016 – As the federal government prepares to end a 90-plus-year prohibition on pot, a new poll from the Angus Reid Institute finds Canadians more

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Rising food prices: Canadians – regardless of income level – say it’s getting harder to feed their families

Two-in-three say the issue receives “too little attention” from government April 4, 2016 – The rising cost of groceries has left the majority of Canadians finding it harder to afford to feed their households, and it’s not only the working

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