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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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Canadian confidence in police, courts sees significant rebound over 2012 sentiment

Criminal justice system in Canada appears to have survived past perceptions of failure

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Awareness breeds contempt: The more Canadians are aware of Fair Elections Act, the more they oppose it

New survey reveals most Canadians aren’t following the issue closely

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Canadians generally oppose Canada Post changes

But controversial issue appears to be no clear threat to Conservative political fortunes

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Should the Canadian Senate be abolished? 50% surveyed say yes.

Despite Senate suspensions, 73% of respondents say scandal is not over

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