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CPC Contenders: Poilievre rallies Conservative, PPC base, Charest has more room to grow across the centre

Supporters of each potential leader hold differing views on policy, optimism for the country’s future March 22, 2022 – In choosing their third leader in five years, Conservative Party of Canada members face a weighty decision: pick the candidate that

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As 24 months of pandemic restrictions lift, are Canadians ready – or reluctant – to let go?

Canadians still hesitant to withdraw proof of vaccination measures, masking in indoor spaces March 15, 2022 – The winding down of COVID-19 restrictions has begun in most of the country, and it’s being met with both confidence, and concern. A

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State of the Union: Majorities on both sides of the border believe American Age is in its final chapter

Three-in-five Americans, Canadians believe U.S. electoral system is weakening March 1, 2022 – As U.S. President Joe Biden readies his first State of the Union address, a new cross-border study from the non-profit Angus Reid Institute finds many in the

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Blockade Backlash: Three-in-four Canadians tell convoy protesters, ‘Go Home Now’

Two-thirds say Justin Trudeau’s conduct has “worsened” situation; several public figures condemned February 14, 2022 – If the goal of the Freedom Convoy was to capture the attention of millions of people in Canada and around the globe – mission

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Politics and disengagement: Two-in-five say there’s “no room” for compromise in Canada; most say their interests are ignored

Fewer than half say Canada has a “good system of government” February 4, 2022 – Scenes of anger, defiance and resentment on the streets of Ottawa this week appear to be symptomatic of a broader sense of disengagement and frustration

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Angst of the Americas: Four-in-five Canadians worry about the domestic impacts of continued U.S. political turmoil

Seven-in-ten Canadians believe U.S. democracy can’t survive another four years of Trump February 9, 2022 – As Canadians come to terms with deepening political conflict and division domestically, new data from the non-profit Angus Reid Institute finds many also looking

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