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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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What Canadians want most from a new NAFTA

Two-country survey finds Americans vastly underestimate number of states that trade most with Canada September 23, 2017 – As Canada’s negotiating team prepares for a third round of meetings with Mexico and the United States this weekend in Ottawa, Canadians

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Rohingya crisis: Most say ultimately the situation in Myanmar is not Canada’s problem to be involved in

 Canadians would revoke Suu Kyi’s honorary citizenship by ratio of nearly three-to-one November 7, 2017 – Some have called the Rohingya of Myanmar “the world’s most persecuted minority”. This characterization came well before recent events the UN has called “a

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Fear of nuclear war rising significantly, but more Canadians inclined to “stay out” of missile defence

Four-in-ten say joining US in defence system would make Canada safer October 17, 2017 – As U.S. President Donald Trump continues to threaten war with North Korea, Canadians are markedly more nervous about the possibility of a nuclear conflict in

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Is Canada responsible when defence exports are used abroad against civilians? Half of Canadians say yes

Most uncomfortable selling arms to Saudi Arabia, but would leave current deal in place September 14, 2017 – When a country that buys weapons and other military technology from Canadian companies is alleged to have used those items against its

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