Expectation versus reality: Canadians divided about preferred election result, largely expect Liberal minority

Just half of Liberal voters want to see party form a majority; 81% of CPC voters say same of their party September 2, 2021 – Canadians are bearing witness to the roller coaster ride that has been the first weeks

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Inflation Nation: Canadians struggle with rising costs; lower-income households brace for worse in the months ahead

Canadians from lower income households far more likely to say they’re worse off now than a year ago June 17, 2021 – On the cusp of throwing off the shackles of a 16-month pandemic, Canadians are already being weighed down

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Simon’s appointment underscores linguistic divides as French Quebecers say “non” to non-French speaking GG

Choice of English and Inuktitut speaking Governor General hailed outside Quebec August 11, 2021 – Mary Simon made history earlier this summer when she became Canada’s first Indigenous governor general. In a moment of national reflection catalysed by the on-going

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Afghanistan Evacuation: Almost no Canadians call mission successful; most hesitant to call it a failure yet

Most say Canada should accept at least 20,000 Afghan refugees; One-fifth say crisis will affect their vote August 30, 2021 – An election campaign many had thought would be fought and won or lost on the basis of Canada’s post-pandemic

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Election 44: Most view this vote as “more important” than 2019; personal stakes involved for three-quarters

On issues, climate change, COVID-19 bolster Liberals; economic issues and transparency boost CPC August 27, 2021 – As the verbal war of words heats up between party leaders over health care, Afghanistan, child care and mandatory vaccination, new data from

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Half of vaccinated Canadians say they’re ‘unlikely’ to spend time around those who remain unvaccinated

The vaccinated say it’s OK to ask about vaccination status, unvaccinated say it’s personal, not OK July 20, 2021 – As Canada slips past the U.S., surpassing its southern neighbour on the overall rate of both first and second vaccination,

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