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Federal Politics: Three-in-five Canadians would have preferred outcome of election held using proportional distribution

Majority of each party’s voter base say their leaders should maintain position heading into next election October 15, 2021 – In an election where little changed, Canadians have been left searching for value from the exercise of their franchise. The

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Premiers’ Performance: Leader approval plummets in most provinces; Moe, Higgs suffer dramatic slides

Just one-in-five Albertans approve of Kenney, the lowest of any premier October 13, 2021 – Be it fourth wave frustrations, pushback over mask and vaccine mandates, or post-COVID anxiety, Canadians have grown significantly less impressed with their provincial leaders since

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Bilinguisme divergent, angoisse linguistique et le projet de loi 96

Un rapport de l’Institut Angus Reid Le 8 octobre 2021 – La langue est depuis longtemps considérée comme un élément central des identités personnelles et culturelles. Bien que de nombreuses langues autochtones et immigrées soient parlées au Canada, l’identité linguistique

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Divergent bilingualism, linguistic anxieties, and Bill 96

A report by the Angus Reid Institute October 8, 2021 – Language has long been understood as central to both personal and cultural identities. While home to many different immigrant and Indigenous languages, Canada’s linguistic identity is often approached through

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Credit Check: Canadians say U.S. deserves as much credit for Two Michaels’ release as their own country

Favourability of China continues to drop; just one-in-ten Canadians hold favourable views of the country October 7, 2021 – Canadians Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig are adjusting to their lives in Canada after more than 1,000 days in Chinese prison.

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Déjà vu all over again? CPC, Liberals locked in tight battle with smaller parties poised to make the difference

NDP nibbles Liberal support while PPC does the same to CPC September 18, 2021 – Canada’s 44th election campaign is rounding the final turn. With what little time they have left to sway voters, the two leading parties find themselves

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