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Most Canadians support carbon pricing; but less consensus on effectiveness of such measures

Just over half say federal government isn’t paying enough attention to climate change. April 22, 2015 – As Ontario develops plans to join Quebec and California’s cap and trade carbon pricing framework, and as British Columbia is featured on the

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Future of the Senate: Majority of Canadians split between abolishing, reforming the Red Chamber

Just one-in-seven say Senate should be left alone. April 7, 2015 – The majority of Canadians agree that when it comes to the future of this country’s upper house, its existing form has to change. They are split however, on

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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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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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Most Canadians support assisted suicide, but under which circumstances reveal much deeper divides

Experience with palliative care a key driver of opinion; also differences in perspective along religious lines December 16, 2014 – Canadians express moderate to strong support for changes in legislation that would allow physicians to help patients who want to

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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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