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Physician-Assisted Suicide: Canadians reject certain Commons committee recommendations

Religion drives divisions over which restrictions should be placed on access to assisted dying  April 1, 2016 – As the Supreme Court of Canada-imposed deadline of June 6 looms over a federal government tasked with crafting assisted suicide legislation, a

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Canadians divided along political lines over whether to accept thousands of refugees in current crisis

Poll reveals schism between religious and non-religious Conservative Party supporters September 4, 2015 – With the Harper government under fire on the campaign trail for its reaction to the European migrant crisis and refugee policy in general, new data from

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Canadians have a more favourable view of their Supreme Court than Americans have of their own

Most find the current process for appointing justices unacceptable, however. August 17, 2015 – In the academic world, it’s known as the “courts/parliament trade-off:” people either believe one institution or the other should have the final say on contentious policy

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Canadians abroad: most have travelled beyond the US, but how many would leave Canada for good?

One-in-four say they would move away – including one-third of young Canadians July 22, 2015 – If you could live anywhere in the world, would you choose Canada? Roughly one-in-four Canadians wouldn’t, according to a new survey by the Angus

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Culture, the CBC & the CRTC: both institutions get good marks, but future relevance seen as a challenge

National survey shows views of cultural protection related to assessments of the two organizations March 11, 2015 – From Dallas to Downton Abbey, our national sense of culture and identity has long and repeatedly been exposed to outside exposure and

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When disaster strikes abroad, Canadians are divided on who’s responsible for getting them home safe

Most look to government in situations like Nepal earthquake; onus shifts to individuals in other scenarios May 8, 2015 – When Canadians are stranded by some disaster abroad – such as the recent earthquake in Nepal – who should be

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