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Alberta Spotlight: Smith and UCP lead as the NDP fights in Calgary to convert warmth for Notley into votes

Majority of Albertans 35 and over say they intend to vote UCP; NDP leads among 18- to 34-year-olds March 29, 2023 – The writs have not yet been dropped for Alberta’s May election but it’s already campaign season on Albertan

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Premiers’ Performance: Three premiers face re-election in 2023; others spring forward, a few fall back

One-third approve of Ford in Ontario (33%); Furey, Moe hold the approval of three-in-five March 15, 2023 – Three of Canada’s premiers will be particularly focused on renewal of mandate, growth in population, and rejuvenation of their political fortunes this

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Notwithstanding Clause: Majority see increased use problematic, would pursue abolition

Majority in all provinces except Quebec would abolish the clause; three-in-five Quebecers would keep it Le rapport est également disponible en français. January 26, 2023 – As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Quebec Premier François Legault draw lines in the sand

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La disposition de dérogation : la majorité estime que son utilisation accrue est problématique et souhaiterait son abolition

À l’exception du Québec, une majorité de répondants, toutes provinces confondues, souhaiteraient abolir la disposition dérogatoire; trois Québécois sur cinq aimeraient cependant qu’elle soit conservée This report is also available in English. Le 26 janvier 2023 – Alors que les premiers

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Unmasked but not Unwilling? More than half would bring back mask mandates, including many who rarely wear one

Three-in-ten Canadians (31%) say they’re wearing a mask most of the time when in public spaces December 22, 2022 – This year’s holiday season looks a lot different than the previous two, with public health restrictions now largely left to

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Ontario Spotlight: Ford government frozen out over key issues of inflation, health care, education

Parents of school-aged children equally likely to blame Ford, Lecce, and union for education dispute December 15, 2022 – Ontarians’ relationship with their provincial government these days is much like the weather – frosty. The latest data from the non-profit

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