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How long is too long? Most Canadians say elected officials should be subject to term limits

Two terms of four years is the most preferred option for all offices April 17, 2019 – U.S. President Donald Trump will run for re-election next year, but as U.S. law stands today, he won’t be eligible to run again

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Premiers’ Performance: Six-in-ten approve of Legault, Moe; Horgan, Higgs hover at majority endorsement

Ahead of Alberta election, Premier Notley’s personal approval at forty per cent March 26, 2019 – Springtime across the country puts the bloom back on the approval ratings of some Canadian premiers, while others find their hopes for a thumb’s

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Alberta Election: UCP holds commanding lead as campaign begins

NDP competitive in Edmonton, but well behind elsewhere in the province March 22, 2019 – The provincial election campaign in Alberta begins with the New Democratic Party trailing the opposition United Conservative Party by a wide margin, according to new

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Federal Politics: As Liberal support bleeds to other parties, CPC vote stays solid

Trudeau’s favourability among the public continues to sink alongside Liberal fortunes March 28, 2019 – Two months of scandal have eroded support for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his Liberal Party, opening up a nine-point lead among Canadian voters who

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China-Canada relations: in fraught times, there is little consensus on how best to resolve tensions

Most say human rights should trump trade in guiding Canada’s approach to relations with China February 1, 2019 – Amid deteriorating diplomatic relations between Beijing and Ottawa triggered by the arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou, public opinion reflects acute

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Cabinet construct: Canadians lean towards gender parity among ministers as a goal, not the standard

Regional balance viewed as more important than gender balance, diversity January 18, 2018 – The latest round of cabinet shuffling this week offered a window into the Liberal government’s strategy when it comes to creating what it believes is the

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