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Trudeau Groping Allegation: most past Liberal voters unfazed, but one-in-five say PM’s response ‘inadequate’

Politics, rather than gender, drives differences in opinion on the issue July 20, 2018 – Weeks of unflattering headlines and uncomfortable questions about an allegation of inappropriate touching almost two decades ago do not appear to have had significant damaging

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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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Faith and Immigration: New Canadians rely on religious communities for material, spiritual support

New study shows immigrants are most likely to see a significant role for faith in the public square July 9, 2018 –  It is arguably one of the most challenging life transitions people can experience: leaving your home country for

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Bravado, heartbreak & the beautiful game: Canadian fans cheer England, Brazil; lament Portuguese & German exits

Half of those interested in the tournament have been streaming games at work or school July 5, 2018 –  The drama of the world’s most-watched sporting event is alternately breaking hearts, and taking Canadian fans’ breath away. Over the past

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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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