Six-in-ten Ontario residents support legislation to raise minimum wage to $15 per hour

Women and millennials are especially supportive of the measure December 28, 2017 – With a provincial election slated for next summer and a premier who has consistently been ranked as Canada’s least popular over the last 18 months, Ontario’s long-governing

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The Angus Reid Institute’s Top Stories from 2017

The Angus Reid Institute wishes you all a Happy New Year! We have taken the time to compile a list of our top studies from the year past. These are the stories that helped to shape the political and societal

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A Letter from the Chair

Three years ago, I started a new chapter in my long career in polling research with the launch of the Angus Reid Institute: an independent, non-commercial organization solely devoted to public interest research. Since 2014, the Institute has conducted over

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Funding religious schools: the majority of Canadians say at least some public dollars should be provided

Fewer would provide funding on par with what public schools receive, however. December 14, 2017 – Should religiously affiliated schools receive taxpayer dollars? And if so, what amount, and under what circumstances? This ongoing debate in Canadian education – one

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The Good, the Bad and the Unknown: Canadians assess cabinet performance at the two-year mark

Most cabinet ministers known to fewer than half of all Canadians November 20, 2017 – In parliamentary tradition, prime ministers are sometimes referred to as primus inter pares, Latin for “first among equals” relative to other members of their cabinet.

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Despite majority support to legalize pot, nearly half of Canadians want to delay July 1 implementation date

Only one-in-ten “very confident” their province will be ready for legalization November 30, 2017 – It’s policy crunch time across Canada. With a July 1, 2018 deadline looming for provinces to have a plan in place for marijuana legalization, some

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