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Nine-in-ten Canadians say ‘no’ to future arms deals with Saudi Arabia; divided over cancelling current one

Two-thirds say Canada should continue public criticism of Saudi human rights abuses November 6, 2018 –  While Canadians express almost total unanimity about prohibiting future sales of weapons and defence equipment to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the latest public

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Rule Britannia & Viva Italia? As Canadian favourability toward the U.S. plummets, other G7 allies prevail

Four-in-five hold favourable view towards United Kingdom, compared to half towards the US October 26, 2018 – As Canadians reflect on their love lost for the U.S. in the age of President Trump, other G7 allies are finding themselves coming

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Canadian views of world leaders: Trump ‘arrogant,’ Putin ‘corrupt,’ Merkel ‘strong’

Canadians more familiar with leaders of the countries canvassed than they were in 2014 June 5, 2018 – As leaders of the G7 nations meet in Charlevoix, Quebec this week – some will no doubt have to mask their true

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Canadian Dream? Politics divides views on whether Canada should accept those losing DACA status

Two-thirds say U.S. should not have ended Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program April 9, 2018 – While most Canadians say U.S. President Donald Trump was wrong to phase out DACA – the Obama-era program that allowed roughly 800,000 illegal

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Budget 2018 & foreign aid: Two-thirds see moral obligation to help abroad and half that many say Canada should raise spending

Comprehensive study looks at perspectives on international aid at governmental and individual levels March 6, 2018 –  The 2018 federal budget includes a defibrillator for Canada’s foreign aid spending: $2 billion in new contributions to international development over the next

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Fire, fury… and failure? Canadians increasingly negative, pessimistic about rest of Trump term

Alberta more likely to offer positive assessment of administration thus far, though just three-in-ten do January 18, 2018 – U.S. President Donald Trump began 2018 in much the same way he ended 2017: as a leader mired in controversy, insisting

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