The Colten Boushie case: Canadians divided on jury’s verdict, but think Trudeau was wrong to weigh in

Six-in-ten say reforms are needed to ensure juries better reflect the communities they come from February 26, 2018 – The acquittal of Gerald Stanley – the white Saskatchewan farmer accused of shooting and killing 22-year-old Cree man Colten Boushie in

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TransMountain troubles: Alberta-B.C. pipeline battle splits Canadians down the middle

Albertans are generally united on pipeline positions, the rest of Canada, including BC, is divided February 22, 2018 –  While a war of words, political will, and even wine continues to rage between the governments of British Columbia and Alberta

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Confidence in the justice system: Visible minorities have less faith in courts than other Canadians

Overall confidence in five elements of the justice system has declined slightly since 2016 February 20, 2018 – As a Saskatchewan jury’s not-guilty verdict in the trial of a white farmer accused of killing a young Indigenous man on his

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Banking Blues: Canadians say they lack confidence in understanding key financial terms

Women – especially those under age 35 – express less confidence in their financial knowledge than men February 14, 2018 – What’s the difference between interest and compound interest? Or between a defined-contribution pension plan and a defined-benefit plan? What

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Passing on Pyeongchang? Most Canadians less interested in Olympic hockey without NHL players

More than half still say they’re looking forward to the games overall, up slightly from Sochi February 7, 2018 –  The Olympic hockey tournament has been home to some of the most iconic moments in Canadian sports history. Whether it’s

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Mulroney? Chrétien? Harper? Trudeau? How Canadians compare recent federal governments

Harper edges Trudeau on ‘strong economic leadership,’ but the PM leads on most other qualities January 26, 2018 – As the House of Commons returns Monday for its first sitting of 2018, Canadians view the chamber’s current Liberal majority more

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