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Free Speech or Free Fall? Half in Canada say Musk buying Twitter will lead to more misinformation on the platform

Half say social media use has increased in recent years, though some have logged off for mental health June 6, 2022 – As billionaire Elon Musk appears to waffle over his purchase of Twitter, and now faces a lawsuit from

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CPC Crossroads: Disaffected Liberals, NDP voters bolster Charest’s ranks; Conservative base holds with Poilievre

Both candidates garner 34% in hypothetical vote faceoff; but Charest lead over Liberals double Poilievre’s July 25, 2022 – After five months of campaigning, the outcome of the third Conservative Party leadership campaign in six years looms over the horizon.

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Ontario Election: Voters, preoccupied with inflation, cost of living worries are unenthusiastic about their choices

Those concerned about inflation, economic recovery lean heavily toward re-electing PCPO May 27, 2022 – As a general election campaign in Canada’s most populous province enters its final week, Ontarians themselves are preoccupied with their costs of living. And on

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Reshaping Communities: Discontent with community design drives a push for more inclusive architecture

Accessibility, aesthetics, and sustainability equally important to Canadians in new building construction April 11, 2022 – Canada’s population dynamics have been changing in recent years, as the COVID-19 pandemic has drawn many Canadians away from urban centres and closer to

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Incidence of Omicron: One-in-five Canadians report COVID-19 infection in their household since Dec. 1

Majority (54%) now say they want all restrictions to end – increase of 15-points since early January January 31, 2022 – A new study from the non-profit Angus Reid Institute offers insight into just how widespread the Omicron variant of

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Spotlight on Provincial Politics: NDP edge PCPO in vote among Ontario voters, CAQ leads comfortably in Quebec

One-quarter of past Liberal voters in Ontario would currently vote for NDP January 20, 2022 – As the pandemic precludes shaking hands and kissing babies in an election year, Premier Doug Ford turned to digging out vehicles and giving constituents

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