The Queen at 96: Canadians support growing monarchy abolition movement, would pursue after Elizabeth II dies

Prospects of ‘King Charles’ and ‘Queen Camilla’ received coldly by Canadians April 21, 2022 –While Canadians may from their hearts be toasting Queen Elizabeth II on her 96th birthday, enthusiastic congratulations over a rare personal milestone do not translate into

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Canadians supportive of government response to Ukraine-Russia conflict, but many say more is needed

Half (47%) have shown support or donated to Ukraine personally since conflict began May 9, 2022 – The war in Ukraine has entered its third month, leaving thousands dead, millions seeking refuge, and billions feeling the economic impacts of an

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Corruption in Canada: Seven-in-ten support an international court to fight global corruption

Most say Canada has a money laundering problem; half believe country doesn’t have power to stop it May 5, 2022 – Does Canada have a corruption problem? The people of this country are inclined to say “yes”. Results from a

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Reshaping Communities: Discontent with community design drives a push for more inclusive architecture

Accessibility, aesthetics, and sustainability equally important to Canadians in new building construction April 11, 2022 – Canada’s population dynamics have been changing in recent years, as the COVID-19 pandemic has drawn many Canadians away from urban centres and closer to

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Back to work(place): As employers beckon, telecommuters grow more entrenched at home

Those working from home more likely than those who don’t to say their life improved over last two years March 23, 2022 – With work-from-home orders a thing of the past, Canadian employers are getting more serious about calling their

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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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