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ISIS Mission: Canadians tilt slightly towards extending involvement against Islamic State

People opposed to mission more likely to say it will be a deciding factor for them in fall election.  March 23, 2015 – As the federal government prepares to present a motion before the House of Commons next week proposing

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Prentice’s job approval dips amid slumping oil prices, budget pressure and election speculation

Manitoba’s Selinger – having won a narrow victory to save his job – sees approval improve.  March 19, 2015 – As oil prices slump to a six-year low and speculation swirls over an early election call in Alberta, premier Jim

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Metro Vancouver Transit Referendum: “No” side holds the advantage, but this campaign is 10 weeks long

New poll shows TransLink is a big liability for the “Yes” campaign. March 16, 2015 – As ballots begin to arrive in Metro Vancouver mailboxes this week, a comprehensive poll from the Angus Reid Institute shows the “No” side with

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Bill C-51: Strong support for proposed anti-terror legislation, but additional oversight wanted too

Nearly half of Canadians say draft law “strikes right balance”, fully one-third say it doesn’t go far enough February 19, 2015 – Canadians are firmly supportive of Bill C-51, the federal government’s proposed anti-terror legislation that contains a range of

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Federal Politics: Harper’s Conservatives end 2014 with slight lead over Trudeau Liberals; NDP running third

PM’s momentum increases slightly over the year, but most Canadians still say it’s “time for a change” December 29, 2014 – The Canadian political landscape heading into election year 2015 suggests the slightest advantage for the governing Conservatives over the

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Manitoba premier’s job approval plunges to all-time low as he fights to retain party leadership

December 16, 2014 – Manitoba premier Greg Selinger’s job approval has sunk to an all-time low as he fends off a challenge to his leadership. Among respondents in his province, fewer than one-in-five (17%) approve of his performance as provincial

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