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Carbon Pricing: Rebate announcement tips opinion in favour of federal plan, slim majority now support it

At least two-thirds in both Alberta and Saskatchewan continue to oppose federal carbon tax November 1, 2018 –  Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s October 23 announcement – that revenues from his government’s soon-to-be-implemented carbon tax will be returned to households that

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Canadian views of world leaders: Trump ‘arrogant,’ Putin ‘corrupt,’ Merkel ‘strong’

Canadians more familiar with leaders of the countries canvassed than they were in 2014 June 5, 2018 – As leaders of the G7 nations meet in Charlevoix, Quebec this week – some will no doubt have to mask their true

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With Trump in office, and free trade under scrutiny, it appears Canadians are finally rallying around NAFTA

By Shachi Kurl, Executive Director, Angus Reid Institute and Carlo Dade, Director of the Centre for Trade and Investment Policy, Canada West Foundation February 15, 2017 – It’s no mystery why the topic of “women in the workforce” was a centrepiece of the first face-to-face

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Facing tough talk over NAFTA renegotiations, Canadians rediscover affection for the trade pact

Canadians are three times more likely to say NAFTA has benefitted their country than hurt it February 13, 2017 – When Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets U.S. President Donald Trump face-to-face for the first time on Monday, the pair are

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Is the Honeymoon ending? Trudeau’s declining job approval in Ontario drives ten-point national slide

Number of Ontarians who approve of PM’s job performance drops 16 points since September December 15, 2016 – In a sign ardour for the Prime Minister may be cooling, the number of Canadians who say they approve of the job

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