What to do when it’s over? After COVID-19, Canadians long to live stress-free, hug their friends and travel

Return-to-normal not expected by most until at least next fall, if ever December 22, 2020 – For many Canadians, the answer to a common question in December carries an unusual answer. What are you doing New Years Eve? Waiting for

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COVID Christmas: High anxiety around surging infections, but many won’t commit to staying home for the holidays

For those who mark Christmas religiously, many will turn to tech and scripture in lieu of church December 7, 2020 – From “Let it snow” to “Let it end”. From “Hang a shining star upon the highest bough” to “We’ll

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More Canadians willing to roll up their sleeves right away as national COVID-19 vaccine rollout begins

Majority express confidence in federal government’s ability to effectively manage vaccine distribution December 14, 2020 – Perhaps it was the reassurance of the first, chipper, elderly patients in Britain who spoke about their experience that has made the difference. Perhaps,

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Pfizer, Moderna & Meh: Highly effective COVID-19 vaccines don’t impact Canadian desire for immunization

Canadians no more, no less willing to be vaccinated against novel coronavirus than two months ago November 20, 2020 – Markets soared and optimism surged when Pfizer announced its COVID-19 vaccine trials have yielded 90 per cent effectiveness at preventing

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Questions over vaccine rollout drive negative perceptions of Trudeau government’s crisis management

PM’s own political fortunes untouched by worsening views of federal COVID-19 management December 3, 2020 – As Canadians watch Britons and New Yorkers roll up their sleeves – literally – in preparation to receive much-coveted first doses of COVID-19 vaccines,

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Provincial Spotlight: As pandemic wears on, governments losing support on economic, COVID-19 management

Political realities in Alberta and Manitoba change over the year with opposition parties gaining strength December 10, 2020 – New data from the non-profit Angus Reid Institute finds majorities in most – but not all – provinces saying their respective

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