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Prescription drug access and affordability an issue for nearly a quarter of all Canadian households

Significant public support for “pharmacare” over status quo, but concerns about costs remain. July 15, 2015 – A significant – and apparently increasing – number of Canadians are unable to afford the medications being prescribed to them, and they’re compensating

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Kids in Canada: falling behind? Study indicates concern youth aren’t getting the support they need

Joint study with Children First Canada surveyed adults and children on the state of childhood in Canada November 16, 2016 – A new survey from the Angus Reid Institute – in partnership with Children First Canada – reveals both older

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Canada at 150: Religion seen to have played a positive role in local communities, less so on the national stage

At the national level, the damaging legacy of residential schools lingers June 29, 2017 – Though the religions of the world are massive, globe-spanning umbrellas for people of faith, the bulk of people’s interactions with religion – their own and

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Canadians and their Communities: A National Survey on Citizen Engagement and Attitudes

Feelings of attachment and belonging to communities depend greatly on Canadians’ individual mindsets October 6, 2015 – Canadians tie more of their identity to their country than their own communities, but are more bullish about the futures of their neighborhoods

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Most Canadians view Muslim community as a partner, not a problem in the fight against radicalization

However, 73% also say Muslim community leaders aren’t speaking out enough against homegrown terrorism November 24, 2014 – The majority of Canadians see the Muslim community in this country as a partner in the fight against radicalization, but also say Muslim community leaders

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Disability in Canada: Does closing the accessibility gap literally start from the ground up?

Nearly 9-in-10 Canadians say a LEED-style program to rate building accessibility would be ‘worthwhile’ December 2, 2016 – Canadians see significant room for improvement in accessibility for people with disabilities in their country, and view accessible design as a top

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