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Canadians Oppose Government Changes to Census

(Angus Reid Global Monitor) – Half of people in Canada reject recent changes to the national census survey introduced by the federal government, according to a poll by Angus Reid Public Opinion. 50 per cent of respondents share this view, up three points since July.

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As Trial Looms, Little Change in How Canadians Feel About Omar Khadr

Two-in-five respondents believe Khadr should face trial in Guantanamo; just over a third would repatriate him to Canada.

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Canadians Reject Any Changes to Stanley Park’s Name

Two-in-five respondents believe Canada has “gone too far” in accommodating to Aboriginal peoples. Most Canadians oppose the recent proposal to either amend or change the name of Vancouver’s Stanley Park, a new Angus Reid Public Opinion poll has found. Last

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Canadians Truly Proud of Flag, Hockey, Armed Forces and Health Care System

Two-thirds of respondents in Quebec would introduce themselves to a new person as “Quebecers” and not as “Canadians.”

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BC Residents Pleased with 2010 Winter Olympics, But Fear Deficit

The public is divided on whether to join Seattle and bid to host the 2028 Summer Games.

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