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Canadians aren’t as accepting as we think — and we can’t ignore it, writes Angus Reid

There’s a gap between polling data and the way many Canadians traditionally see themselves October 10, 2016 – Back in December, TV viewers around the world were treated to the scene of Justin Trudeau, Canada’s new, youthful prime minister, greeting

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What makes us Canadian? A study of values, beliefs, priorities and identity

A national polling partnership between the Angus Reid Institute and Canadian Broadcasting Corporation October 3, 2016 – Canadians are less inclined to encourage minorities to retain their culture, customs and language, and more inclined to choose economic growth over protecting the

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The ties that bind: Canadian connections across a vast country are strong

For many, Ontario is the “centre of the universe”, and Quebec is a close second September 2, 2016 – The 13 million Canadians who live outside central Canada may chuckle – or kvetch – about Ontario being the centre of

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Canada at 149: One-in-four say Canada’s ‘Golden Age’ is yet to come

Canadians spend this holiday divided over whether they’re satisfied with the direction of the country June 30, 2016 – As Canadians prepare to celebrate their country’s 149th birthday, a new public opinion poll from the Angus Reid Institute finds them

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A spectrum of spirituality: Canadians keep the faith to varying degrees, but few reject it entirely

Generally speaking, highly religious people are happier and more engaged with their communities April 13, 2017 – As Christians around the world prepare for Easter, Hindus and Sikhs for Vaisakhi, and Jews for the conclusion of Passover, a new study

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Crisis in Greece: Canadians, Americans side with creditors in blame game over billions owed

Respondents in neither North American country worry the Greek crisis will affect their own economies   July 13, 2015 – The anti-austerity movement that led Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ Syriza Party to government in Greece finds less resonance on this

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