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Buck-a-beer may be a good bet, but Canadian politicians best not forget wine in pursuit of thirsty voters

Across the political spectrum, beer, wine and liquor preference distributed nearly equally August 13, 2018 – When it comes politicians and their quest for high ground with voters, there are arguably few strategies more heady or intoxicating than promoting easier

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Sharing a row with Rover? Age and gender drive massive differences of opinion about pets on planes

Many concerned that the ‘service animal’ label is being abused to bring larger, exotic animals on board August 9, 2018 –  Most frequent flyers have criteria for a pleasant flying experience. Leave on time. Avoid a seat by the bathroom.

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Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism: Four-in-ten say radicalized individuals live in their communities

Canadians express more concern about radical Islam than white supremacy as a motivation for attacks July 12, 2018 –  A new public opinion poll from the Angus Reid Institute, conducted in partnership with the Canadian Race Relations Foundation, finds Canadians

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Bike lane divide: Canadians more likely to blame cyclists than drivers for conflict on the roads

Two-thirds say separated bike lanes are a good thing, but far fewer want more in their cities June 28, 2018 –  It’s a familiar debate in urban Canada: a city announces plans to build a dedicated bicycle lane on a

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Prolong the daily grind & shorten the week? Most pick a longer four day work week over five shorter days

Men and women of across all generations prefer move away from five eight-hour days June 22, 2018 –  In 1930, it seemed like a forgone future. Influential economist John Maynard Keynes seemed certain when he wrote in his Economic Possibilities

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Truths of reconciliation: Canadians are deeply divided on how best to address Indigenous issues

Most see the attention and money currently going toward these issues as ineffective June 7, 2018 – The Trudeau government has made a commitment since the 2015 election to reset the relationship with First Nations. But the challenges of this

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