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Quebecers say they’re too accommodating, other Canadians disagree

Second of three surveys relating to proposed Quebec Charter of Values shows vast differences on how Quebecers, rest of Canada view reasonable accommodation in that province

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2017 Lookahead: Canadians expect a mixed year at home, a bad one abroad

Manitoba and B.C. residents have the sunniest outlooks; Ontario and Newfoundland the gloomiest January 3, 2017 – Canadians thought 2016 was a bad year for their country and the world, and they’re not especially hopeful that 2017 will be better.

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Canadians don’t want to roll the dice on expanded gambling

One-in-four say they have family or close friends who have a gambling problem, or have one themselves October 13, 2016 – Provincial governments have gambled big on gaming and lotteries, collecting almost $14 billion in revenue each year. But are

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Trolls and tribulations: One-in-four Canadians say they’re being harassed on social media

Most say companies don’t do enough to combat abuse on social media platforms October 21, 2016 – It’s not something most people would feel comfortable seeing while walking down the street: One out of every four people being subjected to

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Kids in Canada: falling behind? Study indicates concern youth aren’t getting the support they need

Joint study with Children First Canada surveyed adults and children on the state of childhood in Canada November 16, 2016 – A new survey from the Angus Reid Institute – in partnership with Children First Canada – reveals both older

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Canadians aren’t as accepting as we think — and we can’t ignore it, writes Angus Reid

There’s a gap between polling data and the way many Canadians traditionally see themselves October 10, 2016 – Back in December, TV viewers around the world were treated to the scene of Justin Trudeau, Canada’s new, youthful prime minister, greeting

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