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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Most British Columbians Express Confidence in Health Care System

Respondents identify bureaucracy, poor management and long waiting times as the biggest problems with health care in the province.

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Quebecers Overwhelmingly Call for Assisted Suicide Guidelines

Supporters of all three main political parties support enacting legislation that would allow doctors to help some terminally ill patients end their lives.

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Nurses, Doctors Are Most Respected Jobs in Canada, U.S. and Britain

Less than three-in-ten respondents in the three countries express respect for politicians.

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Canadians Welcome New Graphic Warnings on Cigarette Packages

Respondents are divided on whether the images will be effective in convincing smokers to quit.

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Health Care Delivery Praised in Saskatchewan, Derided in Quebec

Most Canadians are satisfied with their last visit to a family doctor, a specialist, and to have a diagnostic test, but the ratings are not as stellar for hospital stays and emergency rooms.

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