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Canadians say gun violence rising; prefer national policy over provincial regulations

Two-in-five (43%) say gun violence increasing where they live, including majorities in Montreal & Toronto May 16, 2022 – People in Canada, the United States and around the world were reminded once again of the horrific and angering human toll

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Young leaders in Canada: Plurality emphasize restructuring society over improving existing systems

Over half of Canadians under 40 perceive legacy of Baby Boomers as negative November 10, 2021 – For many young Canadian leaders, starting over is preferred to building on the foundations provided by previous generations. A new study from the

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To Have & Have Not: Canadians take sides on housing market, divided in desire for home prices to rise, or tank

High housing prices spreading outside urban hot zones, hurting Canadians from coast to coast April 7, 2021 – Home sweet home. Home, where the heart is. Work from home. Homeschooling. If the places where Canadians rest their heads at night

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Canadians’ expectations post-pandemic; support for the poor, environmental protection, gain in importance

Study canvasses views on social issues, representation in media, trust in justice system June 9, 2022 – Canadians values and social expectations are not fixed, they’re a constantly evolving target for public policy to approximate and bring to life. Politicians

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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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Canada across the religious spectrum: A portrait of the nation’s inter-faith perspectives during Holy Week

Seven-in-ten say freedom of conscience makes Canada better; many worried that freedom is weakening April 18, 2022 – For the first time since 2019, Canadians across the religious spectrum are celebrating the opportunity to give thanks and pray in person

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