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Inflation Nation: Canadians struggle with rising costs; lower-income households brace for worse in the months ahead

Canadians from lower income households far more likely to say they’re worse off now than a year ago June 17, 2021 – On the cusp of throwing off the shackles of a 16-month pandemic, Canadians are already being weighed down

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COVID-19: Seven-in-ten oppose sharing vaccines globally until vaccinations in Canada are complete

Vaccine hesitation remains highest in AB and SK, where one-in-five opposed to or unsure of inoculation June 14, 2021 – Under pressure at the G-7 summit to reveal how much of Canada’s pledge to share 100 million doses of COVID-19

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Federal politics: As concern over COVID-19 dissipates, other policy issues may dominate election debates

For first time in more than a year, COVID-19 not top issue for Canadians; priority for Indigenous issues doubles June 11, 2021 – As more than a year’s worth of national concern about the COVID-19 pandemic begins to ease, the

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Premiers’ Performance: Ford and Kenney’s popularity & political fortunes bear brunt of pandemic management

Ontario, Alberta premiers see declines in leadership approval; opposition parties in those provinces gain June 9, 2021 – Two of Canada’s most prominent Conservative premiers are deep in the depths of the blues this spring, for reasons that have nothing

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74% of Canadians say military’s culture disrespectful toward women; more call problem handling complaints ‘systemic’

Plurality across political spectrum doubt transparency of Trudeau, Sajjan regarding Vance May 19, 2021 – The hasty replacement of Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin as head of Canada’s COVID-19 vaccine campaign with Brig.-Gen. Krista Brodie marks the latest instance of Canada’s military

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Despite months of mixed messages, most Canadians who received an AstraZeneca vaccine have no regrets

Vaccine hesitancy plunges to three per cent, but one-tenth of population remain unwilling to be jabbed May 17, 2021 – As the rate of Canadians who have been vaccinated with at least one-dose of a COVID-19 vaccine surges to more

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