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Federal Politics: Trudeau still seen as best PM, but Conservatives ‘best to form government’

Almost half (45%) say it’s ‘time for a change in government’ – highest mark since Liberals took office September 28, 2017 – It was a turbulent summer for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his government, which has faced criticism for

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Premiers’ Performance: As Horgan enters office on a high, Wall is set to depart on top

For a second straight quarter, no premier holds majority approval of their residents September 26, 2017 – Two months after announcing his resignation as Saskatchewan Premier, and retirement from politics, the latest analysis of quarterly polling data by the Angus

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Not just another brick in the Wall: Most say departing Saskatchewan premier will be remembered fondly

Men and older residents give outgoing Saskatchewan Party leader Brad Wall highest marks September 26, 2017 – As Brad Wall prepares to step down after nearly a decade as Canada’s most popular premier, a new analysis of quarterly polling data

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British Columbians call on new provincial government to deliver electoral reform, energy projects

New poll looks at key issues in the province after change in government September 26, 2017 – British Columbia’s first New Democratic Party government in 16 years debuted in the legislature this month with a bill that promised to make

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Is Canada responsible when defence exports are used abroad against civilians? Half of Canadians say yes

Most uncomfortable selling arms to Saudi Arabia, but would leave current deal in place September 14, 2017 – When a country that buys weapons and other military technology from Canadian companies is alleged to have used those items against its

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Half of Canadians say their country is ‘too generous’ toward illegal border crossers

57 per cent disapprove of the federal government’s handling of this summer’s surge in asylum seekers September 1, 2017 – In the wake of a new wave of asylum seekers crossing the border in search of permanent residency, more than

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