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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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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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Divergent bilingualism, linguistic anxieties, and Bill 96

A report by the Angus Reid Institute October 8, 2021 – Language has long been understood as central to both personal and cultural identities. While home to many different immigrant and Indigenous languages, Canada’s linguistic identity is often approached through

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