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‘Good Role Models’ or ‘Unwomanly’? Canadian views on gender, sport and the Women’s World Cup

Most embrace women in sports, but some activities they wouldn’t choose first for their daughters.   June 26, 2015 – As the FIFA Women’s World Cup takes centre stage across Canada, a new public opinion poll shows a clear divide in Canadian

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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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Disability and Accessibility: Canadians see significant room for improvement in communities where they live

Canadians view accessibility for people with disabilities as a human right; but see big gaps in delivering it December 3, 2015 – The vast majority of Canadians want their communities to be fully accessible for people with disabilities, and believe

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Prayer in Canadian Public Life: a Nation Divided

Secularist views reign on SCOC public prayer ban; but few want to remove “God” from O Canada June 8, 2015 – The recent Supreme Court of Canada ruling regarding prayer at public meetings has touched off a national debate over

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Three-quarters of Canadian adults say they were bullied in school; half of today’s parents say it’s happened to their kids

89% of Canadians say bullying in school is a serious problem today; 75% say it will “never go away” February 25, 2015 – Three-in-four Canadian adults report being bullied at least once when they were in school, while just about

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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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