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Most LGBT Working Canadians Experience Tolerance But Some Discrimination Persists

Despite noticeable advances, two-in-five gays and lesbians say they have experienced workplace discrimination.

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Vancouverites Grow Tired of Occupiers, Call for End to Protest

While the Occupy Vancouver protest has gained traction as an election issue, it still trails topics like sanitation, public safety and quality of life.

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British Columbians Ponder Life Without the Harmonized Sales Tax

“Yes” voters are certain that their personal finances will be better off without the tax, while “No” voters foresee problems for the BC economy.

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Economy and Health Care are Dominant Issues for Ontarians

Dalton McGuinty and Tim Hudak are tied when respondents review who is better suited to be premier.

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Canadians Remain Divided on How to Deal with Prostitution

Men and older Canadians support decriminalization and consensual prostitution, but women and younger Canadians do not concur.

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Canadians Join Canucks Bandwagon, Expect Vancouver to Win Stanley Cup

Half of respondents are excited about the announced return of the National Hockey League (NHL) to Winnipeg.

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