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Canada and the Culture Wars: Most point to some progress reducing racism, but far fewer call it ‘significant’

Two-in-five Canadians say they face discrimination based on their ethnicity or race September 27, 2023 – Is Canada a racist country? A country accepting of many cultures and languages? A country that embraces difference? As with so many issues confronting

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Canada and the Culture Wars: On gender, more than half say a person is male or female, but one-third say that’s ‘too limiting’

Most would be accepting of child who wished to change gender identity, but hesitant on hormone therapy September 19, 2023 – Gender expression is changing in Canada, and a chasm is forming in the ways in which this issue is

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Canadians & Class: Strong belief in Canada as a meritocracy, but plurality identify as the same social class as their parents

Few believe social class is important for success, but two-in-five’s class stayed static across generations Pour la version française, cliquez ici. September 21, 2023 – Canada is not one of the first countries to come to mind when one thinks

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Take the Great Canadian Class Survey

The Angus Reid Institute and the University of Alberta are working together to learn more about how social class is understood in this country. This is a special condensed version of the larger study undertaken by ARI and the U

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Canada and the Culture Wars: In the first of a multi-part series, Canadians weigh in on the nation’s divided discourse

Canadians say we’re changing how we talk to each other, split over whether it’s a good or bad thing September 11, 2023 – It’s a familiar refrain these days: Canadians are having a harder time talking to each other. A

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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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