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Prescription Drugs

A significant – and apparently increasing – number of Canadians are unable to afford the medications being prescribed to them, and they’re compensating by skipping doses, splitting pills, or simply not filling their prescriptions. According to a wide-ranging study by

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Poverty in Canada

What does it mean to be poor in Canada? Does it mean having to rely on food banks and payday loans to make ends meet? Does it mean struggling to afford warm clothes for the winter? What about having to

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Cutting the Cord

Millennials in Canada are increasingly pulling the plug and hanging up the receiver as they opt out of traditional television and phone service in their homes. The survey finds three-in-ten have either cancelled or never subscribed to home cable service,

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Canadian Housing Segments

To view the project, click here. Vancouver Toronto  

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Children’s views of life in Canada

This survey from the Angus Reid Institute – in partnership with Children First Canada – reveals both older and younger generations of Canadians are calling for more assistance for youth mental health, greater action to prevent bullying, and more funding for families in

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A study from the Angus Reid Institute finds generational dynamics are at play in the battle for gridiron supremacy between the CFL and the NFL. When it comes to Canadians’ pigskin preferences, one-in-five say they follow action on both sides

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