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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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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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Four-in-ten outside Quebec would prohibit women wearing niqabs from receiving government services

Views on substance of Bill 62 vary significantly by region, age, and political leanings October 27, 2017 – While the vast majority of Quebecers support their province’s new law banning people from providing or receiving government services with their faces

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Just over half of Canadians not confident in ability of security services to prevent home-grown acts of terror

October 24, 2014 – Just over half (55%) of Canadians say they aren’t confident in the ability of domestic security services to prevent homegrown radicals from carrying out terrorist attacks in Canada. These are among the findings of an Angus

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Three-quarters of Canadians back inquiry on murdered and missing Aboriginal women

October 23, 2014 – Nearly three-quarters (73%) say they are in favour of a national inquiry into the issue of violence against aboriginal women. That is the finding of an Angus Reid Institute (ARI) online survey asking Canadian adults how

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Two-thirds of Canadians support some involvement in American-led action against ISIS

Two-in-three Canadians support some form of involvement in the American-led coalition’s military fight against ISIS – but are split on what that involvement should be. Those are the findings of the latest online public opinion poll of Canadian adults from

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