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Vast majority say schools should inform parents if children wish to change their pronouns, are split over issue of parental consent

Younger people twice as likely to say parents should have no say whatsoever in this decision August 28, 2023 – Last week Saskatchewan joined New Brunswick in adopting a new gender and pronoun policy for schools, which would require parental

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Provincial Performance: B.C. & Ontario governments face immense, growing criticism over handling of key issues

Despite low performance ratings, both B.C. NDP and Ontario PCs lead comfortably in vote June 29, 2023 – While government dissatisfaction has become a familiar trend in Ontario in recent years, the ranks of those disenchanted with the performance of

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Double-digit advantage in Winnipeg has Manitoba NDP comfortably ahead in lead-up to October election

Poor ratings on cost of living and health care have PCs trailing NDP by five-points (44%-39%) June 13, 2023 – A long hot summer lies ahead in Canada’s prairies but when temperatures begin to fall Manitoba will likely head into

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Premiers’ Performance: Smith approval static after election win, Stefanson struggles ahead of October contest

Manitoba premier’s approval remains at one-quarter for sixth consecutive quarter June 7, 2023 – As wildfires ravage the country from coast to coast, the crises in communities are manifold. Emergency responses must be marshalled. Firefighting efforts need to be coordinated.

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Alberta Election: 2023 race hinges significantly on Battleground Calgary and turnout of younger voters

Vote efficiency likely to play crucial role in result, with UCP, NDP fighting for seats in CGY, EDM May 17, 2023 – With fewer than two weeks left in Alberta’s election campaign, the spotlight shines on the province’s largest city.

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Alberta Election: Smith judged best choice on oil and gas, Notley best on health; leaders tied on best vision

Neither leader stands out on emergency and wildfire management – 37 per cent choose each May 18, 2023 – With advance voting beginning on May 23 and Election Day set for May 29, Albertans will soon choose their next provincial

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