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COVID-19: Canadians call for more rapid access to rapid antigen tests as Omicron fuels more holiday season anxiety

Almost half say their own province is doing a poor job distributing rapid tests December 20, 2021 – It’s beginning to look a lot like (last) Christmas. With cases of the COVID-19 Omicron variant surging, governments are once again scrambling

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Political debates over inflation meet grim reality for many Canadians

By Shachi Kurl, President Winter is coming — and I’m not just talking about atmospheric rivers. While retailers hope for a bounce from consumers as Black Friday and Cyber Monday kick off the holiday shopping season, they do so with

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Canada is changing. Abusing people of colour in public life has to stop

What a sorry week this has been for people of colour in politics. Not only did Annamie Paul resign as leader of the Green Party of Canada, but she quit the party altogether with the strongest repudiation of her former

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Vaccine Passport or pink slip? 70% say health workers, teachers & others should be fired for refusing inoculation

Canadians split on whether vaccine focus should remain on boosters or shift to low-income countries November 15, 2021 – As Quebec and Ontario backtrack on vaccine mandates for healthcare workers, new data from the non-profit Angus Reid Institute finds a

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Can Liberal government generate unity with policy agenda?

By Dave Korzinski – Research Director However uninspiring the result on Sept. 20, Justin Trudeau’s Liberals have another shot at governing Canadians after the 44th Canadian federal election, last week swearing in their ministers and shuffling their cabinet. For the

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Pandemic fatigue: One-in-three Canadians report struggles with mental health; 23% say they’re ‘depressed’

Anxiety almost twice as prevalent among younger Canadians January 24, 2022 – Entering the third year of the pandemic, the picture of mental health in Canada is one of exhaustion and increasing trauma. A new study from the Angus Reid

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