Favourable vs. Capable: Party leaders earn more warmth from Canadians than trust when it comes to the job of PM

Liberals, New Democrats twice as likely as CPC voters to say they’ll vote by mail if able July 29, 2021 – The interruption of summer reverie, brought to Canadians by political volunteers acting on behalf of their leaders, is already

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Unvaccinated? Meet the Unsympathetic: Most inoculated Canadians indifferent to whether the non-jabbed get sick

Most CPC supporters support making vaccines mandatory in public places to encourage immunization August 17, 2021 – The first few days of Canada’s 44th general election campaign are not only highlighting the differences between party leader’s stances on mandatory COVID-19

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Line 5: Ontarians, Michiganders want the oil to keep flowing in the contested pipeline; Quebecers are split

Quebecers, Ontarians want cancelled Energy East reconsidered in wake of the cross-border pipeline dispute July 27, 2021 – Canada’s energy independence is in the spotlight again, with a key energy artery in the crosshairs of a transborder dispute. Enbridge’s Line

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Federal Politics: Pre-Writ period shows narrow gap between incumbent Liberals and CPC challengers

Climate change, Indigenous and economic issues replace COVID-19 response as top of mind July 16, 2021 – Active speculation that the country is no more than a month away from a federal election campaign means political leaders are already trying

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As Ottawa prepares to ramp up immigration post pandemic, Canadians are divided over target levels

One-third say 2022 target of 400K newcomers “about right”, 39% say “too high”, 13% say “too few” June 28, 2021 – As travel restrictions in Canada brought by COVID-19 begin to lift, the impacts will not only be felt by

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Vaccine Passports: Canadians show strong support for use in international travel, fewer willing to comply at home

Personal concern over contracting COVID-19 dips, but even vaccinated Canadians remain anxious May 26, 2021 – As some provinces loosen community restrictions and unveil post-pandemic reopening plans, Canadians may be forgiven for day-dreaming about future days of free movement and

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