Minority Management: Half of Canadians expect another federal election within two years

Liberals hold five-point edge in vote intention; two-in-five approve of Trudeau January 27, 2022 – Months after a fall election that returned a second minority mandate in a row, most Canadians believe they’ll be returning to the polls sooner rather

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Unconcerned about Omicron: More than four-in-five now believe a COVID-19 infection would be mild, manageable

For the first time, plurality want Canada to shift its vaccination efforts to focus on less wealthy countries January 26, 2022 – Even as public health officials call for caution from Canadians as the Omicron wave peaks, new data from

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Community Connections: For young adults, ‘belonging’ has little to do with neighbourhood

Many Canadians say their neighbourhoods are less friendly than in the past; COVID-19 a key driver March 30, 2022 – The myriad impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic are only just beginning to be understood in Canadian society and will continue

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Premiers’ Performance: Ford continues to fall in approval, Houston rides high on strength of COVID-19 handling

Manitoba’s Stefanson garners lowest approval in early months of her tenure January 17, 2022 – New data from the non-profit Angus Reid Institute finds Ontario Premier Doug Ford down six more points in approval amid frustration in Ontario over his

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Omicron Inevitability? 55% say they’ll be infected regardless of precautions; two-in-five would end all restrictions

Parents stress balance of physical and mental health for children, lean toward keeping schools open January 13, 2022 – The latest tranche of government restrictions aimed at curbing the unrelentingly virulent spread of COVID-19’s Omicron variant is a provincial patchwork

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