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Most Canadians want to keep bombing ISIS; half think pulling CF-18s will hurt Canada’s global reputation

But majority have confidence in Trudeau government’s ability to handle mission  February 6, 2016 – With Canada’s participation in the military mission against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) scheduled to end next month, a new poll from

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Sinking dollar has Canadians vowing to eliminate or cut way back on cross-border shopping, U.S. travel

Majority express pessimism, anxiety about low dollar’s impact on the economy  January 29, 2016 – More than two-in-five Canadians say the declining value of the loonie against the U.S. dollar has them cutting south-of-the-border travel out of their plans entirely,

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Syrian Refugee Resettlement: tight timelines are key driver of opposition to Ottawa’s New Year plan

Canadians polarized on issue in general, with just over half rejecting plan to accept 25,000 refugees by Jan. 1 2016 November 18, 2015 – In the ongoing debate among Canadians regarding the Trudeau government’s plan to re-settle 25,000 Syrian refugees

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ANALYSIS: Keystone, Canada and our “special friend” – how XL’s ultimate rejection was viewed by Canadians

By Shachi Kurl and Ian Holliday November 6, 2015 – U.S. President Barack Obama’s decision to reject on Friday the proposed Keystone XL pipeline between the Alberta oil sands and the American Gulf Coast may not have been a stunner –

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Canadians back normalization of U.S.-Cuba relations but fear it will wreck visiting the country for them

Canadians believe visiting Cuba will be worse than it is now if Americans start going too Nov 6, 2015  – As the United States continues to gradually thaw its once-frozen relations with Cuba, Canadians are overwhelmingly supportive, though they see

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Trans-Pacific Partnership: Canadians say trade deal is good for consumers, uncertain of impact on jobs, the economy

Canadian opinion dominated by uncertainty as full text of twelve-country agreement still under wraps October 22, 2015 – The Trans-Pacific Partnership – the 12-country trade agreement between nations along the Pacific Rim – will be among the first major foreign

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