In debate over first PM’s legacy, vast majority say John A. Macdonald’s name, image should stay in public view

Most say Canada spends too much time apologizing for residential schools and should move on September 5, 2018 – As a long summer of discussion over the legacy of the country’s residential school system and dispute over the subsequent actions

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Pigskin Preferences: Canadians follow both the CFL and NFL; but would watch Super Bowl over Grey Cup

One-in-five say they follow each league, with older Canadians preferring the CFL and younger, the NFL August 31, 2018 – As the Canadian Football League’s Labour Day tradition with four games across the country continues this weekend, and as the

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Immigration in Canada: Does recent change in forty year opinion trend signal a blip or a breaking point?

Historical analysis finds preference for fewer, not more immigrants, regardless of actual levels August 21, 2018 – Against the backdrop of more frequent, and increasingly fraught conversations about policy regarding immigration and migration to Canada, analysis of current and historical

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Buck-a-beer may be a good bet, but Canadian politicians best not forget wine in pursuit of thirsty voters

Across the political spectrum, beer, wine and liquor preference distributed nearly equally August 13, 2018 – When it comes politicians and their quest for high ground with voters, there are arguably few strategies more heady or intoxicating than promoting easier

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Sharing a row with Rover? Age and gender drive massive differences of opinion about pets on planes

Many concerned that the ‘service animal’ label is being abused to bring larger, exotic animals on board August 9, 2018 –  Most frequent flyers have criteria for a pleasant flying experience. Leave on time. Avoid a seat by the bathroom.

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Carbon conflict: two-thirds of Canadians say provinces should have the final say on pricing

Fewer than half support federal government plan, view driven heavily by politics July 26, 2018 –  In the emerging federal-provincial battle over carbon pricing – Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe, and Ontario Premier Doug Ford appear to be galvanizing public opinion

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