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Federal Politics: Liberal Party holds six-point lead over CPC in vote intention

Support for Liberals grows as assessment of how government has handled COVID-19 remains high June 1, 2020 – As Canadian communities begin to resume many day-to-day activities suspended by the COVID-19 outbreak, a new study from the non-profit Angus Reid

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Premiers’ Performance: COVID-19 responses prompt massive increases in approval for most, but not all

Only Alberta’s Kenney and Manitoba’s Pallister have sub-majority approval this quarter May 28, 2020 – Provincial leaders across the country have had one priority over the past three months: dealing with the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Thus far, the

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Four-in-five Canadians support complete ban on civilian possession of assault style weapons

Fewer, but still two-in-three, also say they support a ban on handguns May 1, 2020 – With the Trudeau government poised to ban some “assault style” weapons, it finds significant support for a change first promised by the Liberals in

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Federal Politics: Justin Trudeau’s handling of COVID-19 crisis lifts his approval to highest level since 2017

While election call is highly unlikely in near future, Liberals lead CPC by 3 points among decided voters April 22, 2020 – Justin Trudeau has been no stranger to a sustained profile on the national stage. But more than one

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Provincial Spotlight: A cross-country breakdown of what issues matter most and government performance ratings

Health care the top provincial issue for six of the nine provinces canvassed March 13, 2020 – A planned meeting between the Prime Minister and First Ministers from around the country has been cancelled following news that the Justin Trudeau

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Federal Politics: Trudeau’s approval rating is singed as Liberal government battles fires on several fronts

CPC leads in vote intention, Liberal Party down seven points March 4, 2020 – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his minority Liberal government are bearing the scars of what has been a most bruising start to a federal government’s year.

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