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Meng and the Michaels: Most support PM’s refusal to swap Huawei executive for imprisoned Canadians

Across political spectrum, two-thirds agree Meng situation be left to courts, disagree with intervention June 29, 2020 – As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau rebuffs calls to intervene in the extradition case of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou in order to secure

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Blame, bullying and disrespect: Chinese Canadians reveal their experiences with racism during COVID-19

Half say they have been called names or otherwise insulted during COVID-19 outbreak June 22, 2020 – It has been referred to as the “shadow pandemic” in Canada. As COVID-19 indiscriminately touches people in large communities and small households, it

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Half of Canadians support concept of a shorter standard work week; one-in-five say it’s a bad idea

CERB applicants more likely to say idea is a good one, three-in-five say so June 26, 2020 – Canadian working lives have been altered in ways unimagined by most at the beginning of 2020. A new study from the Angus

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Three months after COVID-19 pandemic declared, Canadians express ‘fatigue’, are social distancing less

Young people, ages 18 to 34, are least likely to be continuing to follow advice from health officials June 15, 2020 – With the advent of summer mere days away, public health officials expressing concern that Canadians are flagging in

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From sea to locked down sea: Most want US border to stay closed, reluctant to welcome interprovincial visitors

One-in-three say their provincial border should be closed, half say guidance from officials is enough May 22, 2020 – With speculation over the future of travel and the viability of tourism as an economic driver in this country, Canadians themselves

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