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Decline of Newspapers: Age drives views on the impacts of shrinking newsrooms

Subscribers and Canadians over 55 most sympathetic to newspapers’ struggles April 29, 2016 – As editions of Canada’s newspapers grow thinner and thinner – a sign of their own industry’s steady decline, Canadians are divided – mostly along generational lines

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Health Care: One-third of Canadians report difficult access to family doctors, rely on clinics and ERs

Access to primary care is worst in Quebec, but one-third report difficulty nationwide December 1, 2015 – The new federal Liberal government has said it intends to establish a new health accord with the provinces. While the contents of such

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Mindsets on Disability Quiz

Accessibility for people with physical disabilities is a basic human right, not a privilege Strongly Agree Moderately Agree Moderately Disagree Strongly Disagree Making places accessible and barrier-free for people with physical disabilities is a nice idea, but not worth the Read More

Bad Dogs or Bad Owners? Snarling issue finds majority oppose banning ‘dangerous’ breeds

58% say dog attacks are ‘isolated incidents,’ not result of breeding March 16, 2016 – It’s a question that has been around almost as long as man’s best friend: Are dog attacks the result of dangerous breeds or bad owners?

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Mindsets on Disability in Canada

The Angus Reid Institute conducted a special segmentation (or cluster) analysis to develop these mindsets. Respondents are grouped or “segmented” based on shared attitudinal characteristics. Press the button below and answer a few questions to see which group you most

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