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‘I don’t’: Four-in-ten Canadian adults have never married, and aren’t sure they want to

Half say marriage is not necessary, though most see it as a more genuine commitment than common-law May 7, 2018 – Is what was once a societal expectation of young couples now little more than a social event? While wedding

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Rrroll up the grim? One-in-three Tim Hortons customers say their opinion of company is worsening

But, just nine per cent of Canadians say they don’t buy Tim Hortons products, majority stop in regularly April 17, 2018 –  A brewing conflict between Tim Hortons franchisees and its foreign owned parent company Restaurant Brands International (RBI) appears

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As Canadians’ awareness of Airbnb has grown, so has their desire to regulate it

Nearly half would like to see their community follow Vancouver and Toronto in limiting short-term rentals April 27, 2018 – As marquee cities around the world struggle with soaring real estate and rental prices and plummeting vacancy rates, policymakers have

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#Metoo: Moment or movement?

Comprehensive study finds one-in-two women have experienced sexual harassment in the workplace “Gender wars” do not appear to be as intensive as media, social media, may suggest Nine-in-ten women say they use strategies at work to avoid sexual harassment Two-thirds

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Most take pride in Canadian NGO’s development work abroad, express frustration over continued suffering

Canadians show most concern over children’s safety and well-being, natural disaster relief March 13, 2018 – Development aid has never been a bigger part of the fabric of the global community. Since the turn of the century, the amount of

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Fifi forced out? Spike sent packing? Canadians weigh in on whether landlords should be able to prohibit pets

Nearly two-thirds say landlords should be able to refuse renters with pets; renters themselves are divided March 29, 2018 – Finding a place to live in one of Canada’s largest cities is a notoriously painful exercise. And it’s one often

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