5G Divide: As decision looms, there’s little Canadian consensus over Huawei’s role in network buildout

Just over half (56%) support banning Huawei’s involvement, one-in-three say a limited role is fine February 11, 2020 – As its Five Eyes allies choose sides in the Huawei 5G debate, the Canadian government has yet to make a decision.

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Canadian voters’ sensitivity to party stances on social values shows CPC has room to move to the centre

Left-leaning Canadians more likely to say social values stances of a party leader would affect their vote February 6, 2020 – The handful of moderate would-be Conservative leadership hopefuls who ended their putative campaigns before they began may find themselves

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End Game: As Supreme Court ruling removes another hurdle for TMX pipeline, opposition against it rises

Canadians divided between opinion that Liberals pushing too hard, not doing enough on pipeline capacity January 28, 2020 – In the wake of a Supreme Court of Canada ruling regarding the TransMountain pipeline expansion (TMX), it would appear that another

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Royal Tab: Vast majority don’t want to pay costs associated with the Sussexes’ move to Canada

One-in-four Canadians say Royal Family is less relevant today, 41% say it has no relevance at all January 15, 2020 – The bombshell news that Prince Harry and his wife Meghan – the Duke and Duchess of Sussex – were

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Social Values in Canada: Consensus on assisted dying & LGBTQ2 rights, division over abortion rights, diversity

Political divide, common for most issues, largely absent from assisted-dying discussion January 24, 2020 – With the federal government set to end its consultation process on possible changes to assisted dying legislation Monday, Canadians have only a short window left

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Two Canadas? Regional divisions over direction of the country, hope for future, define start to the year

Quebecers happy and hopeful while Albertans largely anxious and pessimistic January 15, 2020 – The prospect of a new year is bringing new concerns and anxieties for some Canadians, and a bullish outlook for others. How they feel has largely

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