Canadians Disagree with Court on Interrogations Without Legal Counsel

Most respondents agree with the way the Supreme Court handled the cases related to journalistic sources and sexual abuse by a priest.

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Canadians Endorse Multiculturalism, But Pick Melting Pot Over Mosaic

At least three-in-ten respondents believe Canadian society is intolerant towards Muslims and Aboriginal Canadians.

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Half of Canadians Willing to Allow Adults to Engage in Prostitution

The debate over the state of prostitution in Canada continues to be polarized by gender, with a large majority of men voicing support for decriminalization, and women not entirely convinced that allowing consensual prostitution is a good idea, a new Angus Reid Public Opinion poll has found.

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Canadians Would Welcome New NHL Team, But Not With Federal Money

About three-in-five Canadians would like to see a team in Winnipeg and Quebec City, but only one third would consent to Ottawa footing the bill.

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As Fall Begins, Confidence in the Economy Declines in Canada

Compared to last month, more respondents are describing their personal financial situation as poor or very poor.

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Almost Half of Canadians Would Abolish the Long Gun Registry

As the House of Commons prepares for a vote on the future of the Canadian Firearms Registry, many Canadians remain skeptical about the success of the legislation, a new Angus Reid Public Opinion poll has found.

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