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Truths of reconciliation: Canadians are deeply divided on how best to address Indigenous issues

Most see the attention and money currently going toward these issues as ineffective June 7, 2018 – The Trudeau government has made a commitment since the 2015 election to reset the relationship with First Nations. But the challenges of this

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Amid concern over spread of gun violence, majorities support ban on handguns, assault weapons

Opposition to ban on firearms driven largely by men, rural Canadians, gun owners May 24, 2019 –. Whether it’s recent mass killings in Penticton, B.C., ongoing gang-related shootings in Toronto, or the Quebec City mosque killings in 2017, communities across

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Welcome or worry? Aging causes anxiety for some, while others take it in stride

Two-thirds of Canadians worry about outliving their savings, including three-quarters of women under 55 August 14, 2019 – As Canada’s Baby-Boomers get older, more and more Canadians are being exposed to the practical realities of aging. A new study from

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Vanquishing vaping? Support for tougher regulations rise as positive views of e-cigarettes go up in smoke

Number of Canadians who say vaping does more harm than good nearly doubles from last year January 6, 2020 – A new study from the non-profit Angus Reid Institute finds a significant shift in Canadian views on vaping, as more

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Opioids in Canada: One-in-eight have family or close friends who faced addiction

Nearly 20 per cent of Canadians say they themselves have been prescribed opioids in the last five years January 11, 2018 – The thousands of deaths across Canada as a result of opioid use and addiction has been a dominating

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Most take pride in Canadian NGO’s development work abroad, express frustration over continued suffering

Canadians show most concern over children’s safety and well-being, natural disaster relief March 13, 2018 – Development aid has never been a bigger part of the fabric of the global community. Since the turn of the century, the amount of

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