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Spotlight on the Provinces: Concerns over health care, economy drive increasing dissatisfaction with governments

Just one-in-three say their provincial government is doing a ‘good job’ handling health care October 27, 2021 – Federal politics has dominated Canadian discourse and headlines in 2021 due to the recently resolved 44th election campaign. For many provincial politicians,

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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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COVID-19: Fourth wave renews debate over community restrictions in Western Canada

COVID-19 handling plagues Kenney, Pallister; Ford recovers, Legault continues to receive praise August 13, 2021 – Canadians continue to cope with the complications brought on by COVID-19, which is surging across the country – with few regional exceptions. Amidst rising

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Premiers’ Performance: Ford and Kenney’s popularity & political fortunes bear brunt of pandemic management

Ontario, Alberta premiers see declines in leadership approval; opposition parties in those provinces gain June 9, 2021 – Two of Canada’s most prominent Conservative premiers are deep in the depths of the blues this spring, for reasons that have nothing

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