Hold the Phone: Most Manitobans disapprove of BCE-MTS merger

Majority see deal as bad for their monthly mobile bills June 1, 2016 – If it were up to Manitoba residents, they’d be hanging up on Bell Canada’s planned $3.9 billion purchase of Manitoba Telecom Services. A new public opinion

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Premiers’ Performance: Ball drops, Wall bounces post-election

Newfoundland and Labrador premier’s post-election honeymoon shifts to buyer’s remorse May 25, 2016 – In February, Dwight Ball was riding high. Two months earlier, his Liberal Party had followed the federal sweep of the province with a red wave of its

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Manitobans happy with change in government, but suspect PC’s may have a ‘hidden agenda’

Most think former premier Greg Selinger will be remembered as ‘below average’ or ‘poor’   May 25, 2016 – One month into his Progressive Conservative Party’s new majority mandate, Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister enjoys the second-highest approval rating of any

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‘Famous Five’s’ Nellie McClung top, but not majority choice as female face to appear on new Canadian bill

Strong regional preferences dominate ‘long list’ of women proposed for new banknotes May 19 2016 – Come 2018, Canadians will be seeing a new face in their wallets, and the latest public opinion poll from the Angus Reid Institute indicates

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Canadians unclear on definition of “GMOs”, but want mandatory GMO labeling anyway

Canadian knowledge of GMOs is spotty Eight-in-ten would label at least some GMOs Do Canadians think GMOs are safe? Affordability trumps all other concerns when grocery shopping August 9, 2017 – Is it safe to eat genetically modified foods? Fewer

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Money and Politics: Most Canadians want bans on corporate & union donations, leader ‘top-ups’

Eight-in-ten say the practice of parties paying their leaders extra salary “should be stopped”  May 10, 2016 – When it comes to money in provincial politics, Canadians take a decidedly “less is more” approach. A new public opinion poll, self-commissioned

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