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Provincial Spotlight: A cross-country breakdown of what issues matter most and government performance ratings

Health care the top provincial issue for six of the nine provinces canvassed March 13, 2020 – A planned meeting between the Prime Minister and First Ministers from around the country has been cancelled following news that the Justin Trudeau

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Federal Politics: Trudeau’s approval rating is singed as Liberal government battles fires on several fronts

CPC leads in vote intention, Liberal Party down seven points March 4, 2020 – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his minority Liberal government are bearing the scars of what has been a most bruising start to a federal government’s year.

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Premiers’ Performance: In the wake of pipeline problems, approval of both Kenney and Horgan falls

Ball, McNeil, Ford the least approved of in the country March 3, 2020 – The blockade crisis surrounding the Coastal GasLink pipeline project has had the country in its grips for weeks now, and the political fallout from it does

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Flight 752: Canadians don’t believe full and accurate accounting of aviation tragedy will ever be revealed

Ukraine Airlines plane was shot down on takeoff January 8 killing 176, including 57 Canadians January 17, 2020 – In the wake of the devastating Ukraine International Airlines plane crash in Tehran that killed 176 people, including 57 Canadians, the

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As unfavourable views of China rise, Canadians are split over wisdom of Meng arrest

Preference for trade with China has dropped by nearly half since 2015 December 11, 2019 – News that China is now moving to prosecute two Canadian citizens who have been imprisoned without charge for a year represents the latest development

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On CPC leadership, both non-Conservatives and party faithful say Rona Ambrose has the right stuff

Seven-in-ten say party needs to move toward the political centre on social issues Dec 17, 2019 – Andrew Scheer’s resignation as Conservative leader earlier this month may have closed the book on what – compared to  expectations – was a

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